Instructional Computing

at a laptop

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The School of Public Health supplements the services offered to students by the Campus Computing Center by providing computing facilities, instruction, and consulting.

The School maintains a computerized classroom and a computer drop-in laboratory that are available to all School of Public Health students.

In addition to the physical facilities, formal classroom instruction in statistical computer languages (e.g., SAS and S-Plus) is available through the Biostatistics Division and elsewhere in the School. Instructional Computing staff are also available to students for hardware and software-related consulting.

Public Health Computing Facilities
  • 340A Haviland Hall - Classroom 
  • 340B Haviland Hall - Drop-In Lab
  • 585 University Hall - Doctoral Student Drop-In Lab
  • Sheldon Margen Public Health Library, 1 University Hall 
Wireless Internet Connection

Wireless Internet connections are available at the Public Health Library and most School of Public Health locations and around campus.

For more information see the Public Health Library and AirBears websites.

Campus Computing Resources

Sign up for email, calendar, and collaboration tools

Software Central
Anti-virus and other free software

Off-campus Access
Off-campus access to library resources

Drop-in Computer Facilities
On-campus computer facilities

Contact School of Public Health Computing 

David Lein
Instructional Computing Coordinator
(510) 642-6011