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Chang Science Library

General guide to resources at the Chang Science Library. Includes updates about the library and ideas how to best use our resources and services while learning, teaching, and working remotely.

Events In New Brunswick Libraries

Science Café in 2019/2020

Started in Fall 2019, SEBS Science Café has a new location: the Chang Science Library! See schedule or more on Science Cafés.

Read more on Science Cafés at Chang.

See the Science Café Gallery with the best pictures we were able to take while the conversation engaged us, too!

Past events held at Chang:
Why the World Needs Pest Management
Jerry Baron, Ph.D.
Plant Biology
Executive Director, The IR-4 Project
September 19, 10-11 a.m.
Oscar Schofield
Distinguished Professor, Marine and Coastal Sciences
October 24, 10-11 a.m.
Donna Fennell
Professor, Environmental Sciences
November 14, 10-11 a.m.


Chang Events in the Time of Corona

We are all working from home, in isolation. As a place Rutgers students go to chill, to have fun, and to meet with other students, the Chang Science Library is proud to report that we have successfully moved many of our community-building events online to engage students off campus. Please check out the Books We Read program and recommend it to your students to keep them safe and sane.

Popular Events in the Past

Harry Potter @Chang

A day of fun with Harry Potter, featuring Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

"When in doubt, go to the library."
     --J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

DATE: Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Report and pictures;

Harry Potter Day 2

Harry Potter Day 1

Read our report and see a few pictures takes at the event.


Past Events

Open Mic @Chang, Spring 2019

Open Mic @Chang

Books We Read reception, Spring 2019

Books We Read reception, Spring 2019

The Best Stressbuster - Free Food (a new food group)

Books We Read reception, Spring 2019

Past Events



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