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Research & Instruction Librarians

Pali De Silva

Jones College of Science, Engineering & Technology

& Hutson School of Agriculture

Room 213A Waterfield Library


Katherine Farmer

College of Education and Human Services

Room 216B Waterfield Library

Room 308 Alexander Hall


Jeff Henry

Departments of Art & Design, Modern Languages, Music, and Theatre

College of Humanities and Fine Arts

Room 212B Waterfield Library


Ashley Ireland

Department of English & Philosophy

College of Humanities & Fine Arts

Room 219A Waterfield Library


Elizabeth Price

Bauernfeind College of Business

Room 216A Waterfield Library

Room 207C Waterfield Library


Rebecca Richardson

Departments of History, Political Science & Sociology, and Psychology

College of Humanities & Fine Arts

Room 212A Waterfield Library


Candace Vance

School of Nursing & Department of Community Leadership & Human Services

Room 213A Waterfield Library



Welcome!  The BIS thesis is a unique assignment that can be interdisciplinary, and often library resources are used to complete the assignment.  The Libraries recommend that you use the subject guide for the broad subject area that your topic falls into.  All Subject Guides can be found at the link below.  If you need assistance determining resources to use, please contact a subject librarian.   

Sample BIS Theses

The Waterfield Library contains print copies of most BIS theses from the past decade -- on loan from the BIS program office. 

These cannot be checked out.  

You are welcome to review them during library hours.  Available in the reference room.  Ask at the Information Desk for help.