Psychology North

Psychology North, located on the north side of Tyler Mall between McAllister Avenue and McAllister Mall, is shared by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. It houses classrooms, research and instructional labs for industrial, mechanical and aerospace engineering, and the psychology department.

The combination of Psychology North and the Psychology Building creates a complex that reflects the university's commitment to support and enhances the teaching and research programs of the psychology department, which has consistently been one of the most productive departments in the university in the competition for external funding, garnering support at the federal, state and local levels, from private and public industries.

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