The University Libraries Liaison program was created to encourage communication between the Libraries and academic departments.  The librarian liaison for each department may be invited to attend departmental meetings and share information about relevant library services and resources, send brief messages alerting faculty members to new databases related to their fields, or talk with library representatives about student and faculty research needs.

Libraries Liaisons

2016 - 2017

Anthropology - Susan Taylor

Architecture - Amy Trendler

Biology - Kevin Brooks

Career Center - Brenda Yates Habich

Center for Information and Communication Sciences - Jim Shimkus

Chemistry - Kevin Brooks

Communication Studies - Jim Shimkus

Counseling Psychology, Social Psychology and Counseling - Jennifer Sebai

Criminal Justice and Criminology - Brenda Yates Habich

Digital Media Repository - James Bradley

Distance Education - Jim Shimkus

Educational Studies - Lisa Jarrell

Elementary Education - Lisa Jarrell

English - Joseph Roberts

Family and Consumer Sciences - Stephen Duecker

Fisher Institute of Health and Well-Being - Jim Shimkus

History - Joseph Roberts

Honors College - Brenda Yates Habich

Information Systems and Operations Management - Stephen Duecker

Intensive English Institute -  Brenda Yates Habich

Journalism - Laura Mulligan

Kinesiology- Jim Shimkus

Landscape Architecture - Amy Trendler

Music - Amy Edmonds

Modern Languages and Classics - Joseph Roberts

Natural Resources and Environmental Management - Brenda Yates Habich

Nursing - Stephen Duecker

Nutrition and Health Science - Kevin Brooks

Philosophy and Religious Studies - Susan Taylor

Political Science - Joseph Roberts

Psychological Sciences - Jennifer Sebai

Sociology - Joseph Roberts

Special Education  - Susan Taylor

Speech Pathology and Audiology - Susan Taylor

Telecommunications - Jim Shimkus

Theatre and Dance - Susan Taylor

Urban Planning - Amy Trendler

Women's and Gender Studies - Brenda Yates Habich


For more information about this program, please contact Jennifer Sebai, current Library Liaison chair, or Suzanne Rice, Assistant Dean for Public Services.