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Contact Us Page: Your Librarians


Heather St. Clair, MLIS       
Director of Library Services

Heather St. Clair

Hello, I'm Heather St. Clair, Director of Library Services. I received my Master's degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, in 2008. My primary role is to make sure you have access to the information resources and services you need in the places you need them. This involves everything from planning and allocating the budget, maintaining online access to all our journals, eBooks, and databases, and filling department request for materials. I am a member of the Medical Library Association and other professional organizations that keep me up to date on the latest trends and changes in the field


Terri Raburn, MLIS
Access Services Librarian

Terri Raburn

I’m Terri Raburn, Access Services Librarian. I earned a Masters in Library & Information Science (MLIS) from Emporia State University in 2009. I am the person who finds the scholarly journal articles you need when you can’t find them on our online databases. I work with a national network of libraries to obtain these articles and make them available to you. I am the digital archivist for the historical online archives and also in charge of marketing the library’s services, resources and events.


Andrea Dinkelman, PharmD, MS
Lead Reference and Instruction Librarian


Hi, I’m Andrea Dinkelman, Lead Reference and Instruction Librarian.  I am responsible for developing and providing instruction about library resources and services to students at the Bryan College of Health Sciences. I also consult with students, faculty, and Bryan Health staff on how to find the information they need to complete school and work projects. I have been an academic librarian since 2003, and I have worked at two large universities. Prior to becoming a librarian, I worked as a community pharmacist in Lincoln. Teaching has always been the most favorite part of my job!