Social Sciences' Reserved Computing Lab (Graduate Students)

Seigle Hall, 014

Please note that computer labs cannot be reserved.

Social Sciences Computing is dedicated to providing technology service and solutions for our supported departments' academic pursuits. We also provide computer labs in Seigle Hall with specialized software geared for the needs of students in the Social Sciences. 

Social Sciences' Reserved Computing Lab

The Social Sciences PHD Reserved lab is in Seigle Hall room 014. This lab is intended for advanced statistical computing and has an extensive number of software packages.  Please see the software list below for details on what is available. All Faculty, Staff, and PhD students within Social Sciences departments have 24/7 card swipe access to the Social Sciences Computing's Reserved Lab. If you experience difficulty with your card, see the lab manager.

This lab adheres to the Arts & Sciences Lab Use Policy.

Printing is done via PaperCut release station.

Lab Details

Seats: 12
(8 Windows computers and 4 iMacs)

Equipment: PaperCut Print Release Station

Software: 7-Zip, Adobe Reader, Adobe Shockwave Player, Apple iTunes, Apple OSX, Apple Safari, ArcGIS, Audacity, CefaTool, Clavis Sinica 3, CyberLink PowerDVD 5.1, DropBox, EndNote 7, ERDAS IMAGINE, EViews, Fathom, FileZilla, Firefox, GAUSS, GIMP, Google Chrome, Google Earth, Japanese the Spoken Language, Kompozer, Mathcad 8 Pro, Mathematica 7, MatLab Current Release, MatLab 2006B, Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Office 2011, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Media Components for Quicktime, Microsoft Windows Media Player, MiKTeX, MinGW, MPlus Demo Editor, NVU, Quicktime Player, R, Rasmol, Real Player, Roxio, SAS 9.4, Scientific Workplace 5.5, Skype, SSH, Stat/Transfer 11, Stata 12, TeXnicCenter, VLC, WinBUGS, Wolfram Mathematica