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Topics in Companion Animal Issues: Animals and Health

Research guide for students of the class Topics in Companion Animal Issues: Animals and Health at SEBS.

This guide aims to serve as a portal for students of the course Topics in Companion Animal Issues: Animals and Health in the Department of Animal Science at SEBS, complementing the online library instruction session.

Welcome to the Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library

The Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library, one of the two science libraries at the Rutgers University Libraries is located in Foran Hall on the Cook/Douglass Campus in New Brunswick, NJ.

The Chang Science Library is open on weekdays during the academic year with all the resources and services as any other library at Rutgers offers, such as

The Chang Science Library has plenty of natural light and is conveniently located if you have classes in Foran, IFNH, Food Science, Lipman, or the Cook Douglas Lecture Hall.

Located in Foran Hall on the Cook/Douglass Campus

in New Brunswick, NJ, the Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library

is one of the two science libraries at the Rutgers University Libraries.

 

Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library

59 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8520
Phone: 848-932-0305

 

Read about Stephen and Lucy Chang.


The best way to contact us is via email: Nita Mukherjee, Megan Lotts, and Judit Ward.

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