Carman Hall 220, 327 and 329 - "The Labs"
The Department has its own computer labs. Equipped with thirty personal computers, a projector, a scanner, a printer and laptops, the labs are home to the research sequence courses. Several other courses including Population Problems and American Demography make extensive use of the lab. There is a computer unit in all of our classes so students will become more familiar with, comfortable with, and knowledgeable about computer applications. This is especially important to those considering careers in sociology or education, as well as those going on to graduate school in any field.
Carman Hall B63 - The Michael J. Duffy Memorial Library/Lounge
Named for an extremely popular and dedicated member of the sociology faculty who died suddenly in 2000, this room serves as a meeting place, lending library, and research center. It contains an extensive collection of sociology journals, textbooks and research monographs which may be used in the room or borrowed. The room is equipped with personal computers, which provide students with a chance to type papers and assignments, conduct on-line research, or check e-mail. It is also a convenient place in which students can socialize or meet for study groups.