Librarians by Academic Department

Each academic department at Appalachian State University has an assigned library faculty member who is your first point of contact for your curricular, research, and technology needs. Your librarian is a resource for subject specific research support and collaboration, University Libraries’ digital and print collections, library instruction for your courses, and so much more.

College of Fine and Applied Arts

Applied designHannah Pope
ArtKelly Rhodes
Communication
Military Science and LeadershipKelly McCallister
Sustainable DevelopmentXiaorong Shao
Sustainable Technology and the Built EnvironmentJohn Boyd
Theater and DanceKelly Rhodes

Reich College of Education

Curriculum and InstructionMargaret Gregor
Family and Child Studies
Human Development and Psychological CounselingJohn Boyd
Leadership and Educational Studies (including Library Science)Lisa Abbott
Reading Education and Special EducationJewel Davis
Doctoral Program in Educational LeadershipKelly Rhodes

Beaver College of Health Sciences

Communication Sciences and DisordersJohn Wiswell
Health and Exercise Science
Nursing
Nutrition and Health Care Management
Recreation Management and Physical Education
Social Work

Hayes School of Music

Gary Boye

College of Arts and Sciences

AnthropologyKelly McCallister
Appalachian StudiesGreta Browning
BiologyJohn Abbott
Chemistry
Computer ScienceDea Rice
Culture, Gender, and Global StudiesBeth Cramer
EnglishEthan Lindsay
Geography and PlanningHannah Pope
Geological and Environmental ScienceJohn Boyd
Government and Justice StudiesLeslie Farison
HistoryEthan Lindsay
Languages, Literatures, and CulturesBeth Cramer
Mathematical SciencesJohn Abbott
Philosophy and ReligionEthan Lindsay
Physics and AstronomyJohn Wiswell
PsychologyKelly McCallister
SociologyXiaorong Shao

Walker College of Business

AccountingLeslie Farison
Computer Information Systems And Supply Chain Management
Economics
Finance, Banking And Insurance
Management
Marketing

University College

General Education ProgramKelly Rhodes
First Year Seminar