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Sciences Library

BIOL:1411 Foundations of Biology Lab: Home


This guide will provide you with resources from the Sciences Library to help with your project assignments in BIOL:1411 Foundations of Biology Lab.

How to set up a research consultation

Why schedule a research consultation?

If you have trouble finding books or articles, a research consultation with one of our sciences librarians will help you get started and save you time.

How can I set up a research consultation?

To set up a consultation, fill out this web form, or contact one of the sciences librarians by email or phone to set up a meeting. A librarian will meet with you in-person or virtually through Zoom.

What will happen at a research consultation?

The librarian will help you choose which databases, websites, or catalogs to search, help you with identifying keywords, and advise you on advanced search techniques.

Meet the sciences librarians

Laurie Neuerburg

Sciences Reference and Outreach Librarian


Phone: (319) 467-0216

Office: 450 VAN


Headshot of Conrad BendixenConrad Bendixen

Sciences Reference and Instruction Librarian


Phone: (319) 467-1395

Office: E237 CB


Image of Leo CloughertyLeo Clougherty

Head, Sciences Library


Phone: (319) 335-3083

Office: Sciences Library

Top 5 things to know about the Sciences Library!

1. You can connect with us on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter!

2. You can use our scanner for free to save files to USB or email them.


3. Study comfortably using our booths, carrels, large tables, and computer stations.

4. It’s easy to visit us—you will find us on Iowa Ave on the west side of the Biology Building.

5. Our mascot is a gorilla named Chauncey.

Chauncey wearing EndNote sunglasses