Kathleen's role in the library
I am the liaison to the Materials Science & Engineering and Civil & Environmental Engineering departments of the School of Engineering. As part of that work, I maintain information guides on relevant topics such as the effect of natural disasters on buildings and civic infrastructure, nanotechnology, and water resources.
I present workshops for the PWR program, School of Engineering classes and the larger campus community on library research tools and processes.
I maintain the digital events board and events RSS feed for the Terman Engineering Library.
Topic Guides by Kathleen
Course Guides by Kathleen
|PWR 1GWT||Spring 2013||Money for "Nothing" : The Rhetoric of the Silicon Valley||Trump, W.|
|PWR 1CR||Fall 2012||Writing Nature: Discourses in Ecology, Culture, and Technology||Ross, C.|
|ENGR 202W||Spring 2013||ENGR 202W: Technical Writing||Reichard, C.|
|MATSCI-81||Fall||MATSCI 81N: Bioengineering materials to heal the body||Heilshorn, S.|
|PWR 2CR||Spring 2013||Communicating Science and the Environment||Ross, C.|
|PWR 2KM||Spring 2013||A Planet on the Edge: The Rhetoric of Sustainable Energy||Moekle, K.|
|PWR 1GWS||Winter 2013||Body Politics: The Rhetoric of Transhumanism||Shephard, A.|
|CEE 178/276||Spring 2013||CEE 178/276 Human Exposure Analysis||Kopperud, R.|
Special Libraries Association, Silicon Valley Chapter President - 2011
More about Kathleen
As a native of the American southwest, I am particularly interested in water issues and the environmental concerns of arid regions. I also spent several years of my career in a high-tech industry library supporting new product research and innovation in many different fields from computing algorithms to optics and photonics.