University Libraries Leadership
Greenblatt Library Directory (Health Sciences Campus)
Library Systems provides direct assistance to library users with hardware and software issues and develops and maintains the libraries’ technology systems.
Rod Bustos, Assistant Director for Library Systems (706) 667-4903
Christina Yau, Systems Librarian (706) 721-9910*
Tom Cutshall, Virtual Services Librarian (706) 721-8789*
Owen Angleton, Library Client Support Specialist (706) 667-4700
The unit circulates the library’s collection, provides patron assistance, supports the use of photocopies, microfilm, and microfiche materials, maintains a Reserve system, and provides articles, books, and other materials to researchers, students, and others. . For Additional Information, click here. Email the circulation element Email the Interlibrary Loan element
Veronica Corradino, Manager, Access Services and Interlibrary Loan,
Katie Glaeser, Senior Library Assistant, (706) 667-4899
Lillian Wan, Library Assistant, (706) 737-1744
Tina McClarnon, Library Assistant, (706) 737-1744
The Content Management Unit, comprising the areas of Acquisitions, Cataloging, Serials, Electronic Resources, and Processing, serves the GRU Summerville Campus in support of the teaching and research mission of the university. The Acquisitions and Cataloging areas purchase requests made by campus faculty or liaison librarians, process items by adding barcodes and security measures, and ensure that the items are accessible in GIL-Find. The Serials and Electronic Resources areas focus on providing access to digital scholarly content including databases and electronic journals as well as print journals. In addition, they organize any materials donated to Reese Library and work on maintaining quality control over the library’s database.
Kyle McCarrell, Chair, Content Management (706) 667-4911
Melissa Johnson, Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian (706) 667-4907
Kate Culver, Cataloging/Search Associate (706) 667-4913
Amanda Strever, Acquisitions Specialist (706) 737-1747
Reference and Education Services
Fay Verburg, Chair Reference and Education Services (706) 737-1748
The 1st floor unit provides encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, indexes, and bibliographies; Reference Desk help all hours we are open; and, computer access with priority to GRU students.
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User Engagement coordinates user-oriented programs for Reese Library and promotes all the activities and resources of the library.
As a member of the Federal Depository Library Program since 1962, Reese Library catalogs, shelves, maintains, and provides access to valuable material received from the U.S. Government. Comprised of print, media, visual, and digital materials, the collection includes publications in many subject areas and from various Federal entities, such as the Department of Education, U.S. Congress, Justice Department, and others. Materials can be located by checking GIL, the library’s online catalog. As well, many government publications are freely available on the internet and can be accessed via GIL
Virginia Feher, Government Information Librarian and FDLP Coordinator,
Miriam Zecharias, Senior Library Assistant, (706) 667-4914
Jann Marie Chandler, Library Assistant (part-time), (706) 667-4391
Special Collections offers books, journals, photographs, manuscripts and other formats that chronicle the history of GRU and the Augusta, Ga., area.
Reese Library provides classroom instruction by a variety of flexible means, tailored to the information literacy needs of our student constituents on the Summerville Campus. Classes in library research methods may be requested by professors in any discipline, and at any course level, for as many class periods as the professors deem necessary. Reese Library also offers a two credit hour course, ILIT 1500, Introduction to Information Literacy, for students who are taking courses that require a research product at end of term. The course is interdisciplinary, and focuses on the tasks, skills, and intellectual exercises needed in order to produce an annotated bibliography of resources which may be used to support a final research product in another course.
Professors/Instructors may request Library Instruction sessions by clicking here and filling out the form.
Camilla Baker, Coordinator for Library Instruction, (706) 667-4908
*Employees are located at Greenblatt Library (Health Sciences Campus)