Originally designed by Pietro Belluschi and built for the chemistry department in 1948, the building was renovated for the psychology department in 1995, providing all senior psychology majors with shared office space and professors with individual lab space for research. In the center of the building is a large teaching space and conference area, which also houses a social psychology lab, a psycholinguistics lab with state-of-the-art brain scanning equipment, a developmental lab with a play room in which to observe children, and a cognition lab that has its own recording and sound studio. There are also rooms for housing animals, including an aviary for pigeons. The auditorium, Room 105, seats 90 people and is equipped with a viewing screen and an excellent sound system.

3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199



Upcoming Events

“White Bound: Nationalists, Antiracists, and the Shared Meanings of Race”

Matthew W. Hughey, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Connecticut Discussions of race are inevitably fraught with tension, both in...

4/4 6pm
Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program: Patricia White, "Mapping Women's Cinema"

This talk displaces Hollywood from the landscape of contemporary women’s filmmaking, focusing on the global networks that support and circulate independent...

4/6 7pm
Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program: Patricia White, "How Does It Fit? Black Girlhood and Independent Cinema"

In post-feminist culture, Angela McRobbie asserts, “young women… are the privileged subjects of social change," whether white girls in the Global North or...

4/7 5pm
Anna Karenina film screening

Directed and choreographed by Angelica Cholina, this Vakhtangov Theatre production of Anna Karenina is a modern dance interpretation of Leo Tolstoy's classic...

4/9 6pm
"Reconstituting the Urban Archive: Cases from Congo"

History and Social Sciences Divisional Speaker The Belgian anthropologist Filip De Boeck will speak about some of the ideas underlying Suturing the City:...

4/18 4:45pm

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Christa Helms left a positive review 11/12/2016

Inspiring (haha) incorporation of breath to poetry and jazz, an interesting perspective for me, an actor