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Liaison Services

International faculty, students, and staff who would like to contact their local librarians, please use the International Campus Librarians chart below.


Faculty, students, and staff in every academic area of the university have a subject liaison librarian who will work with you to:

  • help you find information for your courses and research projects
  • learn how to use research databases and other information sources effectively
  • cite your references in APA, MLA, or another citation style
  • acquire books, videos, journals, etc. for the library collection
  • provide up-to-date information on library resources and services

Faculty may contact their liaison librarian for assistance with:

  • developing tutorials, online research guides, assignments and other learning activities for your classes or programs at Webster University
  • scheduling class visits or webinars to introduce your students and other faculty to library resources and services (Please schedule services at least one week in advance to give librarians time to adequately prepare for your session)
  • arranging support for reference/bibliographic checking and style formatting
  • finding alternatives to the traditional textbook for your classes. We can collaborate with you, or we welcome you to search our new database, EBSCO Faculty Select. This resource?enables faculty to provide course materials for adoption that are no (or low) cost to students. EBSCO Faculty Select is a single interface where faculty can easily discover and access Open Educational Resources / Open Textbooks, find library-owned eBooks, and request that the library purchase unlimited-access (i.e. Digital Rights Management-free) e-books from top academic publishers like Cambridge, Taylor & Francis and Wiley. Faculty can save time finding relevant and cost-effective content for their courses, while directly supporting textbook affordability efforts, and driving usage and value of library resources.

(Note: assistance with final manuscript preparation is outside the scope of our service.)



College of Arts & Sciences


Anthropology & Sociology Sarah Reando (314) 246-7812
Biological Sciences Beth Price (314) 246-6971
English Paula Albers (314) 246-7821
History, Politics & International Relations Matthew Wier (314) 246-7806
Human Rights Sarah Reando (314) 246-7812
International Languages & Cultures Eliot Boden (314) 246-7819
Legal Studies Kathy Gaynor (314) 246-7811
Nurse Anesthesia Holly Hubenschmidt (314) 246-8673
Nursing Holly Hubenschmidt (314) 246-8673
Philosophy Wendy Schlegel (314) 246-7815
Professional Counseling Kathy Gaynor (314) 246-7811
Psychology (including Gerontology) Kathy Gaynor (314) 246-7811
Religious Studies Kathy Gaynor (314) 246-7811

College of Fine Arts

Art Sarah Reando (314) 246-7812
Dance Sarah Reando (314) 246-7812
Music Wendy Schlegel (314) 246-7815
Theatre Paula Albers
(314) 246-7821

School of Business & Technology

Business & Management Mary Anne Erwin (314) 246-7841
Math & Computer Science Heidi Vix (314) 246-6951

School of Communications

Communications ?Sarah Reando (314) 246-7812? ?

?School of Education


Education Eliot Boden (314) 246-7819



International Campus Libraries

Athens, Greece Efi Michali
Cha-am, Thailand ?Rosedilla Janson
Geneva, Switzerland Sharon Hitchcock
Accra, Ghana Ernest Boakye
Leiden, Netherlands

Sulagna Das

Tashkent, Uzbekistan Shakar Kholikova
Vienna, Austria Benjamin Fasching-Gray