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Graduate Library Services: Subject Librarians

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Top 5 Reasons to Contact Your Subject Librarian

1. Find and access scholarly resources: You need scholarly research, but how do you find it and access full-text? Your subject librarian can help you navigate the print and digital materials available in our collection and those that can be borrowed from other institutions.

2. Citing your research: It does not matter what format you must use (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) your subject librarian can answer questions about formatting and citing your research.

3. Copyright-friendly sources: Do you need images or survey questions or tests to include in your project? The subject librarian can assist you with locating copyright-friendly resources.

4. Institutional Review Board (IRB): Depending on the nature of your study you may be required to get special approval to conduct your research from the institutional review board (IRB). Your subject librarian and advisor can guide you through this process.

5. Present your research: You have done all of this hard work, now what? Present it at a workshop or conference! All of our librarians have experience with presentations and can assist you in preparing for an outside conference or our own Made in Millersville event that is held every April in the library.

Subject Librarians


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Scott Anderson


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Kim Auger


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Melissa Gold


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Krista Higham


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Michele Santamaria


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Greg Szczyrbak


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Stephanie Thompson


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Frank Vitale


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Teresa Weisser




Department/Program Subject Librarian e-mail
Academic Advisement and Student Development Greg Szczyrbak
African-American Studies Michele Santamaria
Applied Engineering Safety & Technology Krista Higham
Art & Design Kim Auger
Biology Melissa Gold (Donnelly)
Business - Accounting & Finance Scott Anderson
Business - Management & Marketing Scott Anderson
Chemistry Melissa Gold (Donnelly)
Communication and Theater Kim Auger
Computer Science Scott Anderson
Counseling & Human Development Greg Szczyrbak
Criminology, Sociology and Anthropology Michele Santamaria
Early, Middle, and Exceptional Education Stephanie Thompson
Earth Sciences Melissa Gold (Donnelly)
Economics Scott Anderson
Educational Foundations Stephanie Thompson
Emergency Management Greg Szczyrbak
English and World Languages Michele Santamaria
Entrepreneurship Scott Anderson
Geography Krista Higham
Gerontology Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol
Government & Political Affairs Teresa Weisser
History Frank Vitale IV
Intercollegiate Athletics Stephanie Thompson
International Programs and Services Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol
International Studies Teresa Weisser
Latino Studies Michele Santamaria
Mathematics Scott Anderson
Music Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol
Nursing Melissa Gold (Donnelly)
Philosophy Krista Higham
Physics Melissa Gold (Donnelly)
Psychology Greg Szczyrbak
Social Work Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol
Wellness and Sport Sciences Stephanie Thompson
Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Kim Auger




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