Reese Psychology & Education

Reese Psychology & Education Building

The Reese Psychology and Education Building is home to the Department of Psychology and Education. In addition to classroom and lecture spaces and faculty offices, this facility includes statistics and computer laboratories; a vivarium, which houses species of animals and fish; an education curriculum library; and a shop complex where students learn to design and build their own apparati.

The Reese Psychology and Education Building was constructed in 1966. The building was named for two eminent psychologists and former MHC faculty members, Thomas and Eleanor Reese, in 1995