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Featured Resource: Reference Librarians

What are an organization’s most valuable assets? Its people, of course! So this month, we’re featuring Andersen Library’s seven Reference & Instruction Librarians and highlighting ways they can help you boost your academic performance. How Reference Librarians Can Help You … Continue reading

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Andersen Library Memorial Day, Summer Hours

Andersen Library is closed for the Memorial Day weekend (Sat.-Mon., May 23-25). Summer Session hours begin Tues., May 26: M-TH: 7:30am – 9pm F: 7:30am – 4:30pm Sat: CLOSED Sun.: Noon – 8pm* *EXCEPTION: Closed Sun., July 4th Remember that … Continue reading

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Looking for “The Egg and the Sperm” article?

Are you struggling to find an article by Emily Martin called “The Egg and the Sperm: How Science has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles?” It’s in Signs (vol. 16: no. 3, 1991). You’re not alone! Several students … Continue reading

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Want Help for Research?

The reference librarians are available to meet with individuals or small groups who need help! Contact us to make an appointment and you’ll be matched up with the librarian who knows most about the subject area, e.g., Kyle Naff (liaison … Continue reading

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