Faculty and Staff
Library Faculty and Staff
Deyse Bravo-Rivera, MLS
Deyse Bravo-Rivera is McKee Library's director. Please contact regarding library management,
archives and special collections, and Center for the Study of 19th Century America.
Location: McKee Library Office 124
Genevieve Cottrell, M. INF., DLITT ET PHIL
Geneveieve Cottrell works part-time as McKee Library's cataloger. Contact her regarding book ordering and catalog questions.
Location: Technical Services
Stan Cottrell II, MA, MLS
Stan Cottrell serves as McKee Library's technical services librarian. Contact him regarding cataloging, book ordering, and media.
Location: Technical Services
Sonja Fordham, MA, PHD
Writing Center Director, Tutoring Center Director
Sonja Fordham serves as the director of the Writing Center and the Tutoring Center, located on the third floor of McKee Library. Contact regarding the Writing Center, Tutoring Center, workshops, and APA/MLA/Chicago style.
Location: McKee Library Office 3322 A
Bethany Howard, MSIS
Bethany Howard serves as McKee Library's public services librarian. Contact her regarding instruction, Campus Research Day, art in the library, research coaching, RefWorks, and reference.
Location: McKee Library Office 111
Donald Martin, MSLS
Donald Martin serves as McKee Library's digital resources librarian. Contact him regarding library databases, interlibrary loan, reference, and research coaching.
Location: McKee Library Office 106
Shelly Merryman, MSW
Tutoring Center Office Manager, 3/4 time
Location: McKee Library Office 3315
Mica Myers, BS
Periodicals and Reference Librarian
Mica Myers serves serves as McKee Library's periodicals and reference librarian. Contact her regarding periodicals, research coaching, and Alma.
Location: McKee Library Office 149
Jessica Spears, MED
Jessica Spears serves as McKee Library's research services librarian. Contact her regarding the embedded librarian service, reference, library website, research coaching and Knowledge Exchange.
Location: McKee Library Office 105
The Administrative Department manages the operation of the library in planning, budgeting, human resources, and basic organization. In addition, administration contributes substantially to the library's acquisition of monographic titles and databases.
The Circulation Department facilitates access to the book collection that supports the university's curriculum, research, and scholarship activities. It maintains accessibility to the collection by overseeing checkout, return, accurate shelving, and shelf reading. In addition, it provides assistance in online research techniques to students, faculty, and staff in their academic endeavors. The Circulation Department also processes both electronic and print reserve requests according to copyright law.
This department acquires and manages digital resources and databases.
Southern students and employees may use this service to request items not owned by McKee Library.
The Media Department is responsible for purchasing all media materials (both physical and streaming) and curating the media collection. Duplicating audio and videotapes and video standards conversion is available upon request.
The Periodicals Department houses journals and magazines from all disciplines for scholarly research and leisure. These titles are independent of databases. The department is located on the main floor of the library to the right of the entrance.
McKee Library's Public Services department serves the information needs of our learning community by providing access services, instruction, and research support for library users. Public services librarians and staff are responsible for reference services, instruction, research assistance, referrals, circulation of materials, course reserves, collection development, and campus outreach services.
The Reference Department offers a variety of services to help individuals access information effectively. The reference librarians, also known as research coaches, are available to answer questions, to guide with specific research, to instruct on database searching, and to find materials.
The Technical Services Department is responsible for collection development and maintenance. The department purchases all books for the library (in both print and electronic formats), processes and catalogs items, and maintains the library's online catalog.