Consulting Librarians collaborate with faculty in their departments on a variety of processes that support teaching and learning. These include considering the design of assignments for specific learning outcomes, working with students in the classroom or on an individual basis throughout all processes of information literacy, participating in collection development, and providing reference assistance.

Librarians work within different academic divisions. Librarian divisions for the 2016-17 school year are:

  • Greg Cotton: Art & Art History
  • Jen Rouse: Education, Humanities, & the Performing Arts
  • Amy Gullen: Natural Sciences & Kinesiology
  • Meghan Yamanishi: Social Sciences & History

Consulting Librarians are on campus between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

Find Your Consulting Librarian

  • Photo of Greg Cotton

    Greg Cotton

    Interim Director of the Russell D. Cole Library

    Greg Cotton is the Consulting Librarian for the Visual Arts, which includes Art and Art History. Greg is also the Systems Librarian, and a master knitter.

    Learn more about Greg Cotton

  • Photo of Jen Rouse

    Jen Rouse

    Interim Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning

    Jen Rouse is the Consulting Librarian for Performing Arts, Humanities, and Education. She is also an avid poet.

    Learn more about Jen Rouse

  • Photo of Amy Gullen

    Amy Gullen

    Consulting Librarian for Natural Sciences and Technology

    Amy Gullen is the Consulting Librarian for Natural Sciences and Technology. She is an avid knitter and reader.

    Learn more about Amy Gullen

  • Photo of Meghan Yamanishi

    Meghan Yamanishi

    Consulting Librarian for Social Sciences, History, and Archives

    Meghan Yamanishi is the Consulting librarian for the Social Sciences and History, and currently serves as the College Archivist. Meghan has formerly worked in law, and is an enthusiastic reader.

    Learn more about Meghan Yamanishi