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Library Liaisons: Welcome

UW-Stout Library Liaisons


PURPOSE: To provide an effective/personal communication channel between library staff and faculty and students, in order to meet their information needs.


What Your Library Liaison Can Do For You

  • Serve as an initial contact for library-related matters.
  • Provide specialized reference services to faculty.
  • Share information about library services and resources.
  • Offer demonstrations or workshops of new resources and services of interest to your department.
  • Provide a one-on-one orientation for new faculty members and teaching assistants.
  • Provide orientations for new students in your department.
  • Provide consultation services for students writing research papers, theses, or dissertations.
  • Assist with library purchase receipts.

Librarians are not experts in the disciplines of the departments they serve; they are experts in organizing and accessing information.  If your specific liaison is not available, please contact one of the other librarians or the reference desk to assist you.

Instruction requests can still be made directly through Laura Tomcik, Instruction Librarian. 715-232-3382

Purchase requests can still be made directly through Cory Mitchell, Collection Development Librarian. 715-232-2363


Library Liaisons by Department

Library Staff Member Departments

Ann Vogl

  • Business
  • Communication Technologies
  • Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

Laura Tomcik

  • Communication Studies, Foreign Languages, and Performing Arts
  • English and Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Social Science
  • School of Hospitality
  • Operations and Management

Cory Mitchell

  • School of Art and Design
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Military Science
  • Physical Education

Susan Lindahl

  • Biology
  • Chemistry and Physics
  • Food and Nutrition

Kate Kramschuster

  • School of Education
    • School Counseling, School Psychology, and Special Education
    • Teaching, Learning and Leadership
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Rehabilitation and Counseling