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University Librarian

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Erich Yahner
Contact Info
Humane Society University
2100 L Street NW
Suite 100
Washington, DC 20037
301.258.1554 (office)
301.258.7760 (fax)
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About The Library

The library serves the research and information needs of the students, staff, and faculty of the Humane Society University, providing access to electronic article databases, print and electronic books, and tools designed to improve information literacy skills.


Mission, Vision, and Core Values

Mission Statement

The Humane Society University Library advances teaching, learning, and research within the university community by building balanced resource collections using multiple formats, providing access to services that support the development of information literacy skills, and establishing both physical and virtual learning environments that are hospitable and responsive to the needs of its users.  

Vision Statement

The Humane Society University Library aims to be a center of discovery for the emerging field of study in the area of animal-related issues. The library, both on-site and online, will act as a resource for Humane Society University students, faculty, and staff. 

Core Values

Access · Efficiency · Integrity · Quality · Service


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