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Collection Development: Liaison Program

Library Subject Liaisons

Department Librarian Instruction/Subject Liaisons
Accounting Diane Tomasko
Anthropology Lisa Bier
Art Tina Re
Biology Rebecca Hedreen
Chemistry Diana Hellyar
Communication Susan Clerc
Communication Disorders Susan Clerc
Computer Science Diana  Hellyar
Counseling & School Psychology June Cheng
Curriculum June Cheng
Earth Science Diana  Hellyar
Economics/Finance Diane Tomasko
Education June Cheng
Educational Leadership June Cheng
English Sue Clerc
Environment, Geography, and Marine Sciences Lisa Bier
Health & Movement Science June Cheng
History Patrick Crowley
Information & Library Science Jamie Aschenbach
Journalism Sue Clerc
Juvenile June  Cheng
Management, MIS, & International Business Diane Tomasko
MBA Diane Tomasko
Marketing Diane Tomasko
Marriage & Family Therapy Lisa Bier
Mathematics Diana Hellyar
Media Studies Sue Clerc
Music Wendy Hardenberg
Nursing Rebecca Hedreen
Philosophy Wendy Hardenberg
Physics Diana Hellyar
Political Science Lisa Bier
Psychology Rebecca Hedreen
Public Health Lisa Bier
Recreation & Leisure Hayley  Battaglia
Social Work Lisa Bier
Sociology Lisa Bier
Special Education & Reading June Cheng
Theatre Tina Re
World Languages Jackie Toce
Womens & Gender Studies Kari Swanson
Special Collections Patrick Crowley
Special Collections, Artists' Books Tina Re

Liaison Program

Beginning in 2000, the Buley Library formally adopted the liaison model of collection development and general library services by matching librarians with academic departments.  Currently, each academic department of the University has been assigned a librarian liaison who works with the teaching faculty to develop the information resources and instructional programs that will best serve the students in that area.  Faculty members are encouraged to be in touch with their liaison with suggestions for library purchases, requests for library instruction, or any other concerns or comments regarding the library or its resources and services.