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Liaisons

Barret Liaison Program

The Barret Liaison program has been established to strengthen the partnership in research and lifelong learning between academic departments and Barret information professionals. Each academic department and program has a liaison assigned. The liaison program aims to

  • Offer Information Technology consultation for classroom and research needs
  • Provide continuous support at the HelpDesk and update faculty on IT projects and initiatives
  • Implement classroom technology/teaching assistance with all SMART Classrooms on campus
  • Assist with IT purchasing needs and decisions
  • Provide research consultation to faculty and students
  • Seek departmental input in collection development
  • Work collaboratively with faculty to manage access to scholarly literature
  • Teach information fluency and solid research skills to students

Liaisons and their departments are listed below. Please contact your liaison by going to help@rhodes.edu or 901-843-3890.

We look forward to working with you and your students.   

Department / Program Liaison

Accounting

Jennifer Ott

Africana Studies

Greg Paraham

Anthropology, Archaeology, and Sociology

Wendy Trenthem

Art

Wendy Trenthem

Asian Studies

Greg Paraham

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Felicia Knox

Biology

Felicia Knox

Chemistry

Greg Paraham

Business

Jennifer Ott

Economics

Jennifer Ott

Educational Studies

Greg Paraham

English

Bill Short

Environmental Studies

Felicia Knox

Film and Media Studies

Bill Short

Gender and Sexuality Studies

Jennifer Ott

Greek and Roman Studies

Jennifer Ott

History

Bill Short

International Studies

Jennifer Ott

Latin American Studies

Greg Paraham

Mathematics and Computer Science

Felicia Knox

Modern Languages and Literature

Wendy Trenthem

Music

Bill Short

Neuroscience

Rachel Feinman

Philosophy

Bill Short

Physics

Felicia Knox

Political Economy

Jennier Ott

Political Science

Greg Paraham

Psychology

Greg Paraham

Religious Studies

Wendy Trenthem

Theatre 

Bill Short

Urban Studies

Wendy Trenthem