Subject specialists offer a variety of services designed to help Auburn University students, faculty, and staff access information resources and use them effectively. Subject specialists are available for one-on-one research consultations and for customized library instruction for university courses. They are also responsible for selecting books, journals, and electronic resources to support teaching and research in their specific disciplines.
If you have questions or concerns about library collections feel free to contact the collection development librarian in your subject areas.
E-mail the Collection Team for general questions about collection development or for subject areas not included in this list.
If you are a distance education student, contact the librarian in your subject area for assistance.
|Biological Sciences (includes Botany, Microbiology & Zoology)||Patricia Hartman|
|Building Science||Kasia Leousis|
|Communication Disorders||Adelia Grabowskyemail@example.com|
|Consumer & Design Sciences||Nancy Noefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|English Language & Literature||Jaena Alabi|
|Foreign Languages & Literature||Todd Shipman|
|Forestry & Wildlife||Patricia Hartman|
|Government Documents||Liza Weisbrod|
|Hotel & Restaurant Management||Nancy Noe|
|Human Development & Family Studies||Nancy Noe|
|Industrial Design||Kasia Leousis|
|Nutrition Science & Dietetics||Nancy Noe|
|Political Science||Tim Dodge|
|Rare Books & Special Collections||Greg Schmidt|
|Religious Studies||Juliet Rumble|
|Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology||Greg Schmidt|
|UNIV Courses||Cate Oravet|
|Veterinary Medicine||Bob Buchanan|
|Women's Studies||Toni Carter|
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