Not a lot of Z’s on campus, except for napping students catching some here and there, so we chose the ZOOLOGY-PSYCHOLOGY Building, now known as Biology-Psychology, as the final feature in our ABC’s of UMD series.
Many students believe that the building, constructed in 1971 and renamed in 1998, is actually one giant experiment, testing them to see if they can consistently find their way out of the structure following the same path, just like rats in the Psych lab. Considering how confusing it is to navigate through the building, we would not be surprised in the least…
Bio-Psych is now home to the departments of Biology and Psychology, the President’s Commission on Ethnic Minority Issues, the Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, and the Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology Program.
This is the 26th and final post in our series on Terrapin Tales called ABC’s of UMD! If you want to learn more about campus history, you can view the previous posts on our blog and visit our encyclopedia University of Maryland A to Z: MAC to Millennium for more UMD facts.
Do you have other ABC’s about campus? Let us know in the comments below!
We hope you have enjoyed the whole run of the ABC’s of UMD this semester!