Teaching Facilities

Computer Lab

James Hall Computer lab

The department maintains its own computer lab to support research and teaching activities, which includes 20 PC-based workstations,
a projector, and printer. All computers include MS Office, statistical, and GIS software.

College Woods

Students experience an outdoor classroom. A wide range of field-oriented teaching and research is conducted in College Woods on University-owned lands managed by Office of Woodlands and Natural Areas.

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Classroom James Hall Room G46

James G46, a tiered classroom, accommodates 80 students. It is a technology enhanced classroom with installed audio visual equipment

• Video/Data Projector   • VCR and DVD Player
• Pull down Screen         • Ethernet Hookup

• Laptop Interface         • AV Control System
• Sound system             • Transparency Projector

Wildlife Teaching Lab

Students in Wildlife teaching lab

The wildlife program maintains a teaching collection of skins, hides, and skulls of New England mammals & birds. A necropsy lab is available for instruction & research-related activities. Vertebrate collection in teaching lab >>