Find Your Librarian
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Undergraduate Services Librarians
These librarians provide library instruction that aims to help student researchers gain critical scholarly research techniques and skills in order to succeed at the foundational level.
- Erica England, First-Year Experience Librarian
- Corey Johnson, Instruction and Assessment Librarian
- Jen Saulnier Lange, Online Learning Librarian
- Tim Weng, Reference Librarian
- English 100 / 101 / 105
- History 105 / 305
- University 104 / 497
Departmental Liaison Librarians
These librarians work with students in a variety of disciplines to facilitate the learning and application of discipline-specific information literacy content.
- Suzanne Fricke, Librarian for Animal Health and Neuroscience
- Betty Galbraith, Librarian for Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, and Agricultural Sciences
- Erin Hvizdak, Librarian for Film Studies, Fine Arts, History, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Philosophy and Religion
- Chelsea Leachman, Librarian for Engineering and STEM
- David Luftig, Librarian for Agriculture and Extensions
- Erica Carlson Nicol, Librarian for Anthropology, Communication, and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and American and English Literature
- Lorena O’English, Librarian for Government Documents, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Sport Studies, and Law
- Gabriella Reznowski, Librarian for Business, Economics, Accounting, Marketing, Hospitality, Finance, Foreign Languages, Music, Theatre & Dance
- Christy Zlatos, Librarian for Architecture & Interior Design, Education, Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles, Human Development, and Psychology
- Collaborating with instructors to integrate required information literacy instruction into their courses and learning outcomes.
- Collaborating with teaching faculty to develop research assignments.
- Assessing student learning of information literacy-based outcomes.