Description of Lab Resources
The Social Sciences Computing Lab is a resource serving a variety of instructional and research needs of Hunter faculty and students. The Lab offers the following facilities and services:
The Lab's mandate is to serve the instructional and research computing needs of the following social science departments: Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Urban Affairs & Planning. The Main Lab is currently used primarily by classes of the latter three departments. Please contact the Lab Director if you want to schedule a single session in the Lab. Reservations for multiple sessions must usually be arranged with your department chair a full semester ahead of time, and may require flexibility in scheduling the class meeting time.
Further resources for social science instructors and researchers are based in Room 607 West, which houses the Lab's offices and network equipment and also serves as the entranceway into the Main Lab during walk-in hours. The following additional resources are available by arrangement with the Lab Director:
The Lab Director serves as a source for social-science-related data for the Hunter community, administering Hunter's membership in the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, the world's largest repository of social data.
Hunter College, Social Sciences Computing Lab
East Building, Room B118, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065
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