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Reference 972-721-5315 reference@udallas.edu
Circulation 972-721-5329 circulation@udallas.edu
Library Administration 972-721-5328  
Interlibrary Loan 972-721-5057  
Acquisitions 972-721-4122  
Cataloging 972-721-5310  
Serials 972-721-4130  
Systems and Technology 972-721-5282  


Personnel Contacts

Nettie Baker Librarian Emeritus (retired)   email
Sharen Baker Administrative Assistant 972-721-5328 email
Liz Barksdale Head Reference Librarian 972-721-5350 email
Elizabeth Belyeu Interlibrary Loan Coordinator 972-721-5057 email
Zannah Buck Reference Librarian  972-721-5075 email
Trang Crider (on leave) Lead Circulation Coordinator (on leave)    
Vacant Cataloging Assistant 972-721-5306 email
Shelley Gayler-Smith Archives and Cataloging Librarian 972-721-5397 email
Deborah Hathaway Acquisitions Librarian 972-721-4122 email
Cherie Hohertz Dean of University Libraries 972-721-5040 email
Jeffrey Khan Evening Services Manager 972-721-5329 email
Emma May Circulation Coordinator 972-721-5329 email
Kristie Powell Cataloging Librarian 972-721-4031 email
Shawn Sieve Acquisitions Assistant 972-721-5371 email
Sylvia Thenayan Circulation Coordinator 972-721-4030 email
Charlotte Vandervoort Access Services and Systems Librarian 972-721-5282 email
Susan Vaughan Serials Librarian 972-721-4130 email
Lely White Cataloging Librarian 972-721-5310 email
Lauren Younger Instructional Services and Outreach Librarian 972-721-4128 email

 

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