Leadership: Lorrie Pellack
What we do
We provide instruction and research assistance to the campus community. We teach LIB 160: Introduction to College Level Research and assist faculty in the classroom by guest lecturing on topics such as how to identify, access, and use high-quality information.
We provide individual research assistance in person and online.
We also select books for purchase and maintain the library’s general collection—there's a librarian for every call number!
Who we are
Research Services consists of the instruction unit and three discipline specific units. You can find your librarian by department and topic.
Arts and Humanities
This unit serves the students, faculty, and academic programs dedicated to studying the arts, design, languages and literature, history, and philosophy.
Business and Social Sciences
This unit serves the students, faculty, and academic programs dedicated to studying finance, management, social interactions, and wellbeing.
This unit specializes in instruction on the topics, skills, and concepts related to locating, accessing, and identifying high-quality information.