Instruction Librarians

Most of the public services librarians at Washington State University provide library instruction to campus faculty, students, and staff.  The following librarians all work with instructors to fulfill library instruction needs, including individual consultation sessions:

Undergraduate Services Librarians

Undergraduate services librarians provide foundational library instruction for students who are beginning researchers at WSU. These librarians work with partner programs such as English 101 and History 105.

Departmental Liaison Librarians

Librarians who are departmental liaisons and subject specialists provide instruction tailored to help students succeed as researchers as they progress in their respective fields of study. 

  • Lara Cummings, Agricultural Sciences Librarian (Lara is also a member of the Undergraduate Services Team.)
  • Betty Galbraith, Library Instruction Coordinator for Sciences and Engineering
  • Chelsea Leachman, Science and Instruction Librarian
  • Bob Matuozzi, Librarian for English and American Literature, Fine Arts, Music, Philosophy, and Religious Studies
  • Erica Nicol, Librarian for Anthropology, Communication, and Women's Studies (Erica is also a member of the Undergraduate Services Team.)
  • Lorena O'English, Social Sciences and Government Documents Librarian
  • Gabriella Reznowski, Humanities/Languages & Cultures Libarian
  • Christy Zlatos, Reference and Liaison Librarian

Library Class, Orientation and/or Tour Scheduling

Use this online form to schedule an English 101 instruction class.  Use this online form to schedule an English Composition instruction class, or library activity, (orientation session, research guide, tour, etc.). To schedule a subject-specific class, please contact your subject specialist directly.

Partners Program

Partners Program - Learn more about the 8 WSU programs that collaborate with the Library Instruction Team