This page is specifically designed for participants in the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program at the University of Kansas.
Feel free to contact the following librarians for an appointment to help you with your research. Mary Raple, who assisted with some of your research training sessions about the library, will be happy to answer any questions, or to direct you to a librarian specializing in your area.
Public Administration and Social Sciences - Amalia Monroe-Gulick firstname.lastname@example.org
Law & Government - Neal Axton email@example.com
Business & Government - Carmen Orth-Alfie firstname.lastname@example.org
Geography & Geology & Atmospheric Sciences - Scott McEathron email@example.com
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies - Tami Albin firstname.lastname@example.org
GIS - Rhonda Houser email@example.com
Architecture & Art - Andi Back firstname.lastname@example.org
Zotero (citation manager) - Paul Thomas email@example.com
International Collections librarians
Spanish - Mary Raple firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish - Betsaida Reyes email@example.com
African Studies - Jon Giullian firstname.lastname@example.org
East Asian/Chinese & Korean - Vickie Doll email@example.com
East Asian/Japanese - Michiko Ito firstname.lastname@example.org
Slavic - Jon Giullian email@example.com
French/Europe - Frances Devlin firstname.lastname@example.org
The first time you want to use interlibrary loan to request articles or books not owned by KU Libraries, you will need to set up an account. The instructions are provided in the document below:
This online version features daily reports on developments in higher education, information technology, and distance education. The full text of the current issue of The Chronicle is available every Monday morning, following the Friday print publication. The site features an archive of more than 12 years of The Chronicle. You can access the Chronicle via your smart phone by setting up a free Chronicle account using your KU email address.
The Chronicle of Higher Education offers a comprehensive list of academic meetings and conferences. You can find The Chronicle in your university library or at www.chronicle.com.
Readings for Dean Smith's lecture: