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Regenstein 2nd Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 2nd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
2nd Floor Reading Room

Regenstein 3rd Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 3rd Floor Reading Room houses several collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study, as well as specialized equipment.
3rd Floor Reading Room

Regenstein 4th Floor Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's 4th Floor Reading Room houses several specialized reference collections and provides a variety of furniture options for quiet study.
4th Floor Reading Room

Regenstein A Level Reading Room

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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The Regenstein A Level Reading Room is an inviting and attractive collaborative learning environment where students, faculty, academic technologists, and librarians can interact.
Regenstein A Level Reading Room

Regenstein Bookstacks, B Level

The Joseph Regenstein Library

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Regenstein's B Level Bookstacks houses collections on Social Sciences (G, H, J, XXK), Sciences & Technology (Q-V), and General Works, Bibliography, & Library Science (A, Z). There are several large tables in the center of the floor, as well as a few individual tables and standing height desks along its perimeter, all intended for quiet study.No food is permitted in Regenstein's bookstacks.
Regenstein B Level

The Social Work Library Reading Room

The Social Work Library

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The Social Work Library reading room is a large open space with a southern exposure of floor-to-ceiling windows allowing for lots of natural light during the day. There are a variety of seating options including couches, a rocking chair, large tables for spreading out your materials, and a pinwheel study carrel. There is also a smaller study area behind the bookstacks with single-user desks. Most of the furniture was either designed or selected by Mies van der Rohe.
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