Cardwell Hall houses the Department of Physics, Department of Math and a math and physics library. Unusual features of this building include the James R. McDonald Laboratory, which houses a Tandem van de Graff accelerator, atomic superconducting linear accelerator, an EBIS source of highly ionized atoms, and equipment for studying atomic collisions.
- High Energy Physics Group - HEP, room 116, 532-1644, fax 532-6787
- James R. Macdonald Laboratory, room 306, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6782, fax 532-6806
- Mathematics, Dept. of, room 138, email@example.com, 532-6750, fax 532-0546
- Physics, Dept. of, room 116, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6786, fax 532-6806
- Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Group, room 116, 532-1627
Cardwell Hall was built in 1963 and named in honor of Dr. A.B. Cardwell, former head of K-State's Department of Physics in the 1930s.