Each librarian has responsibility for one or more subject areas, departments or schools. This allows them to acquire familiarity with the reference sources and collections pertinent to these areas. The liaison librarian notifies faculty of new resources in their area and serves as a contact person for the faculty when they have questions or suggestions for the library. Faculty members are encouraged to share their class assignments, ideas for new courses, and research needs/interests with their librarian. The liaison program is designed to facilitate communication and cooperation between faculty and librarians so feel free to contact your liaison librarian if you have any questions!
The Reference Desk is located on the first floor of the library and reference assistance is available to you or your students most of the hours that the library is open. You can contact reference staff (Public Services) with your questions by phone or email or text. You can contact your liaison librarian directly for assistance as well.
Librarians offer individual appointments to students and faculty working on research projects or papers. Feel free to recommend this service to your students; appointments can be made at the Reference Desk, by filling out the Research Consultation form, or by contacting the appropriate liaison librarian directly.
|American Ethnic Studies||Joni Roberts|
|Art/Art History||Doreen Simonsen|
|Asian Studies||Doreen Simonsen|
|Atkinson (Management)||Gary Klein|
|Children's Literature||Carol Drost|
|Cinema Studies||Doreen Simonsen|
|Computer Science||John Repplinger|
|Earth/Environmental Science||John Repplinger|
|Exercise Science||John Repplinger|
|Foreign Languages||Doreen Simonsen|
|Gender Studies||Carol Drost|
|General Science||John Repplinger|
|Latin American Studies||Doreen Simonsen|
|Oregon/Pacific Northwest||Joni Roberts|
|Public Policy||Gary Klein|
|Religious Studies||Doreen Simonsen|
|Rhetoric and Media Studies||Gary Klein|
|Women's Studies||Carol Drost|
|Writing Center||Doreen Simonsen|