University of Vermont

College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Psychological Science

John Dewey Hall

The Current Building

In 1970 the Department of Psychology moved from the Waterman Building into a completely renovated major building on campus. Formerly the Medical College, John Dewey Hall (named for the University's distinquished alumnus, A.B., 1879) has 45,000 square feet of laboratory facilities, and is occupied solely by the Psychology Department. The building is within a two-minute walk of the hospital and within five minutes of the central library and other important campus buildings.

John Dewey Hall contains well-equipped computer facilities, large IAC sound-proofed rooms, an animal colony, and a clinic. There are surgical rooms and laboratories for physiological and other animal research and a complex of connecting rooms with one-way mirrors, two-way speakers, and video equipment for human research activities and observation of clinical assessment and therapy.

Original Floorplans for the UVM Medical School (now John Dewey Hall)

Below are the original floorplans for the UVM Medical School prior to its constuction in 1904, along with contemporary images. The plans are stored at UVM, and were graciously photographed for this page by Architectural and Engineering Services.

1st floor

first floor of Dewey Hall first floor

2nd floor

second floor second floor

3rd floor

third floor third floor

4th floor

fourth floor fourth floor

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