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As your dedicated ISS librarian, there are many ways that I can support you in your learning projects. Below are some ideas for ways that we can work together. If you're finding yourself with a pressing question when I'm not available, use the AskUs chat reference service available 24-7. Email to set up an appointment with me.
Students, a few ways that we can work together:
Faculty, a few ways that we can work together:
Thanks for visiting my guide for the ISS Program. While this guide is meant to provide research help and academic support to students in the program, it also feels necessary to address my own identities and privileges as part of the ways in which I am choosing to highlight certain information. I am a white person and live my life through this lens. While I am continually learning to see whiteness and undo the harm it creates, I am committing myself to providing equitable information and resources to you regardless of citizenship status, culture, religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, class or identity. I support free speech and ideas from many perspectives and experiences, and I actively work to provide opinions and information sources on a range of topics and ideologies. This is the basis of strong inquiry. While I support the active exchange of oppositional and differing ideas and approaches, I do not promote information based on bigotry, racism, violence or white supremacy. Academic research is capable of causing harm when left uncriticized of its history and power. Some of the ways that I work to engage antiracist and anti-oppressive practices in the work that I do are to:
I welcome conversations, inquiries and criticisms on how I can support you more fully.