As a librarian and instructor, I want to empower STEM students to discover information for themselves, critically evaluate information sources and systems, and navigate the university to promote academic success and lifelong learning. I also support researchers in telling stories about their impact and navigating the scholarly research and publishing landscape. Although traditional scholarly information is important, I also acknowledge its reliance on white, western-centric systems of scientific communication that privileges these voices over others. I believe it's important to uplift the voices and experiences of historically marginalized groups in STEM fields including women and Black, Indigenous, People of Color.
Discover. Create. Succeed.