List of Liaison Librarians

The purpose of the library liaison program is to establish an intentional and ongoing partnership with teaching faculty. A liaison librarian serves as a department's primary contact person in the library for collection development, library instruction, and information about library services.

Department or Program Liaison Librarian
Art Jill Hobgood
Autism Studies Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas 
Biology Sue Wiegand
Business & Economics Joe Thomas
Chemistry Sue Wiegand
Communication Studies Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas
Dance Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas
Data Science Kitty Marschall
DNP Karen Harag 
Education Karen Harag
English Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Jill Hobgood
Environmental Studies Sue Wiegand
Film Studies Jill Hobgood
French Kitty Marschall
Gender & Women's Studies Jill Hobgood 
Gerontology Sue Wiegand
Global Studies Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas
History Jill Hobgood
Humanistic Studies Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Jill Hobgood
Intercultural Studies Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas
Italian Kitty Marschall
Justice Studies Sue Wiegand
Mathematics & Computer Science Kitty Marschall
Modern Languages & Cultures Kitty Marschall
Music Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Jill Hobgood
Nursing Science Karen Harag
Philosophy Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Jill Hobgood
Physics Sue Wiegand
Political Science Joe Thomas
Psychological Sciences Jill Hobgood 
Religious Studies & Theology Catherine Pellegrino, Joe Thomas
Social Work Sue Wiegand
Sociology & Criminology Joe Thomas
Spanish Kitty Marschall
Speech Language Pathology Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas
Theatre Catherine Pellegrino
Fall 2022: Contact Joe Thomas

What your liaison librarian can do for you:

  • Serve as initial contact for library-related matters
  • Assist with library purchase requests
  • Provide general, course-specific, or assignment-specific instruction for students taking courses in your department
  • Provide specialized reference services to faculty and majors
  • Provide an individual orientation for new faculty members
  • Share information about library services and resources
  • Offer demonstrations or workshops of new resources and services of interest to your department
  • Provide consultation services for students writing research papers or comprehensive projects
  • Keep the library staff up to date on new areas of research, courses, and programs in your departments.

 

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