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Meet your Subject Librarian  

Last Updated: Aug 17, 2015 URL: Print Guide
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What do liaisons do?

Subject librarians serve as liaisons to your department and can help you with questions about:

  • Research and Instruction: offer course-related instruction, reference services, and individual research consultations.
  • Collection and Resources: work with faculty and students to build a collection that supports the curriculum and faculty research.


Subject Liaisons

Heidi Beke-Harrigan, MLS

Director of Library Services


Liaison: Fine Arts, Literature, Media, Music, Physical Therapy, Social Sciences, Theology.

Stephanie Henderson, MLIS

Instruction Services Librarian


Liaison:  Health Sciences (incl. exercise science, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, public health), Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Psychology.

Katie Hutchison, MLIS

Student Engagement and Archival Services Librarian


Liaison: Agriculture, Communication, Curriculum, Education, History, Juvenile Literature, Military/Naval Science, Technology.


Alyssa Mitchell, MLIS

Public Service and Access Librarian; ILL



Liaison: Bibliography/Library Science, Business, English and Rhetoric, Geography and Anthropology, Law, Linguistics/Foreign Languages, Math and Statistics, Museum Studies, Philosophy and Ethics, Political Science.



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