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The Seminar/Meeting Room

If you would like to reserve the use of one or more of the spaces (for a single-day or semester-long reservation), please consult the "current schedule"*  posted on the respective room's page and then send an e-mail request (noting room #, dates & times requested) to Angie Draheim. She will check the room's most current calendar (as it might not yet be updated on the web) for the particular date(s) & time(s) you requested and send you an e-mail within a couple days to either confirm your reservation or find you another space that will meet your needs.


*Note: The "current schedule" shows the days and times in a week when there are already regularly scheduled classes/meetings held in the particular space (i.e. it is not available for you to use). Reservation requests may otherwise be made for any day of the week 8am-10pm.

 

The Psyc Student Lounge

GH Psyc Lounge

With a great view of the pond next to Campus Drive, this space on the first floor of Goodpaster Hall (between rooms 127 & 128) is a nice place to study for a while or wait for meetings.

Facilities

In January 2008, the Psychology Department relocated to Goodpaster Hall (pictured below), situated between Schaefer Hall and Townhouse Crescent. The building features a 75-seat lecture hall and a multi-media classroom with two-way video conferencing capability. It is one of two fully "green" (environmentally responsible) buildings that was piloted by the State of Maryland in the year 2004-2005.

Outside View of Goodpaster Hall

Among classrooms, faculty and staff offices, animal research labs, and faculty research spaces, Goodpaster Hall is home to the largest cluster of computer labs on campus, psychology labs and research rooms than can be reserved for use by faculty and students. The links to the left will provide you with access to detailed information about the labs/rooms.

If you would like to reserve the use of one or more of the spaces (for a single-day or semester-long reservation), please consult the "current room schedule"*  posted on the respective room's page and then send an e-mail request (noting room #, dates & times requested) to Angie Draheim. She will check the room's most current calendar (as it might not yet be updated on the web) for the particular date(s) & time(s) you requested and send you an e-mail within a couple days to either confirm your reservation or find you another space that will meet your needs.


*Note: The "current room calendar" shows the days and times in a week when there are already regularly scheduled classes/meetings held in the particular space (i.e. it is not available for you to use). Reservation requests may otherwise be made for any day of the week 8am-10pm.