The Psychology Department is located in Logan Hall on the south edge of The University of New Mexico’s main campus. This 55,334 square foot, three story building is comprised of faculty, staff and graduate student office space, four classrooms, a library, a conference room, an undergraduate student computer lab, a graduate student computer lab, and human research and/or animal research facility lab space.
In May 2010 the Psychology Department was awarded a grant from NIH for almost $5,000,000 as part of the Recovery Act Limited Competition: Core Facility Renovation, Repair, and Improvement. The funds were used to renovate the Psychology Department’s neuroscience research space into a state-of-the-art Psychology Clinical Neuroscience Center (PCNC). The PCNC, directed by Investigator Clark, is a Category-I center in the Department of Psychology at UNM. This 10,000 square foot, $5.5 million renovation includes 5 research pods containing offices for over 20 personnel, 4 imaging laboratories, 3 meeting rooms, and a data processing laboratory and classroom for up to 20 students with computer systems for each. Administrative resources include offices for the PCNC Director and for a Program Coordinator, as well as offices for a Computer Programmer and IT Manager.