As Unit Head for User Education and Engagement in the Teaching, Research & User (TRU) Services program, Elizabeth collaborates with library faculty and campus faculty to develop creative and innovative ways of fostering information literacy skills for undergraduate students. She also serves as the library liaison to the Writing & Rhetoric program. Elizabeth holds a Master's of Library and Information Science from the University of Missouri, an M.A. in French & Francophone Studies from The University of Iowa, and a B.A. in French and International Studies from Illinois Wesleyan University.
M.L.I.S. Brigham Young University
B.S. Brigham Young University
As the Instruction & Reference Services Assistant, Lisa provides administrative support for instructional activities offered by librarians in the Teaching, Research & User Services Program. This includes scheduling library instruction sessions, helping to maintain and update print and digital materials that support teaching, and helping with planning and carrying out a variety of outreach activities. Lisa provides research assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors at our Ask Us desk, and helps at the Circulation desk as needed. She is a member of the Advanced Research Services Unit.
Ph.D., Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture
Michigan Technological University
M.A., Rhetoric and Writing
San Diego State University
San Diego State University
As the Emerging Technologies Librarian for the Hesburgh Library, Randy assists users with the identification, evaluation, and use of emerging technologies in the creation of a variety of media-rich projects, explores innovative online tools and related services, and identifies learning and engagement opportunities to support student research and promote student success.
As the Undergraduate Community Engagement Librarian, Tara collaboratively develops learning and engagement opportunities to support the educational and instructional needs of Notre Dame students and faculty, with an emphasis on First Year students, first-generation students, and diverse student groups.
Tara is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology and a master's degree in library and information science.
I have been at Notre Dame since 1992 and consider myself to be creative, innovative and customer focused.
My undergraduate degree was in Mathematics and my graduate degree was in Information Science. Both degrees were from the University of Washington in Seattle.
I teach CHEM 23201 (How to find and present chemical information) every fall semester to sophomore majors.
My interests include using data to provide better customer service and academic genealogies. Personally, I enjoy any aspect of maps, from the extra miler club to the sport of orienteering to making maps.
MLIS, Wayne State University; B.A., University of Detroit Mercy
Leslie serves as the Africana Studies and Education Librarian within the Hesburgh Libraries.
American Library Association, Councilor at Large, 2020 -
Special Libraries Association, 2019 - 2020
Black Caucus-American Library Association, 2019 -
Indiana Black Librarians Network
American Library Association, 2005 -
Black Faculty & Staff Association - University of Notre Dame, 2007 -
Academic Librarian Coach/Mentor to Library Science Students and Newly-Minted Librarians of Diversity & Inclusive Communities, 2010 -
Advisory Board Member, Association of College & Research Libraries:Framework for Information Literacy, 2015 - 2017
President, Indiana Black Librarians Network- Affiliate, Black Caucus-American Library Association, 2014-2015
Faith Indiana, 2018 -
Innovator's Thinkers Camp, Inc., 2009 - 2019
Society of St. Vincent De Paul of St. Joseph County, 2007 -
Holy Cross Parish, South Bend, Indiana 2012-