To increase the use and sophistication of information technology in research and teaching in the university. The Environmental and Agricultural BioInformatics Computer Labs' functions are to: Serve as an informational and educational resource for the campus and the public in environmental and agricultural information technology.
The labs support the following software packages: ArcGIS, MS Office, Microsoft Forefront Anti-Virus, and SAS. Instructors who wish to have specialized software installed in the lab must provide this software to the lab technology support coordinator in sufficient time. The deadline for software and data installation requests is 30 days prior to the start of the quarter in which the software is to be used. The labs are managed by the Department of Environmental Science and Policy.
1137 PES - Plant and Environmental Sciences
Contains 31 student workstations. The computing lab is designed for regularly scheduled teaching and training (scheduled classes, workshops, short courses, etc.) and for assigned work associated with those classes.
253 Hunt Hall
Contains 26 workstations. The computing lab is designed for assigned work associated with classes and as an overflow lab for regularly scheduled teaching and training (scheduled classes, workshops, short courses, etc.).