We understand that graduate students need a space for quiet study and to meet to work on group projects. For this purpose, we have a dedicated study space for graduate students.
Study space/meeting room has been made available for MPH students in Social Ecology I, Room 138. You will need a key to enter the room, as it is locked at all times. The room can only be used when the building is open. The room contains a computer, a printer, tables and chairs, a coffee maker, and a large whiteboard. Keys for the door and codes for the printer are available from the Public Health Graduate Office. The key requires a deposit which is returned when the student finishes the program. If you bring food and drink in the room, please place your trash in a can outside the room. If you have any questions about using the space, please email email@example.com.
The AIRB 1020 Training Lab, run by the Office of Information Technology, will be available for use by reservation. To use this room, students must send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two working days in advance by email. The room is normally locked by OIT when not in use and we need advance notice to unlock the door.
Drop-in labs with the capability to print are administered by OIT. For a list of labs, CLICK HERE. There is a charge for printing in the the drop-in labs.
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