Skip to Main Content

Graduate Student Writing Summer Success


Take some time to boost your writing success this summer!  Below, The WSU Libraries are provided resources to help with the topics below.

To get help with written communications, from coursework and theses or dissertations to cover letters and teaching materials, reach out to the WSU Graduate Writing Center (GWC). The GWC offers individual online and in-person consultations with peer and experienced consultants to help organize and revise writing.

If you have questions about resources within your discipline, please get in touch with your departmental liaison librarians. These librarians work with students in a variety of disciplines to facilitate the learning and application of discipline-specific information literacy content.

  • Emily Cukier, Librarian for Life/Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Environmental Sciences
  • Suzanne Fricke, Librarian for Veterinary Medicine, Neuroscience, and Global Health
  • Erin Hvizdak, Librarian for Film Studies, Fine Arts, History, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Philosophy and Religion
  • Chelsea Leachman, Librarian for Engineering and STEM
  • David Luftig, Librarian for Agriculture and Extensions
  • Erica Carlson Nicol, Librarian for Anthropology, Communication, and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and American and English Literature
  • Lorena O’English, Librarian for Government Documents, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Sport Studies, and Law
  • Gabriella Reznowski, Librarian for Business, Economics, Accounting, Marketing, Hospitality, Finance, Foreign Languages, Music, Theatre & Dance
  • Christy Zlatos, Librarian for Architecture & Interior Design, Education, Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles, Human Development, and Psychology

Liaison Roles:

  • Collaborating with instructors to integrate required information literacy instruction into their courses and learning outcomes.
  • Collaborating with teaching faculty to develop research assignments.
  • Assessing student learning of information literacy-based outcomes.
WSU Libraries, PO Box 645610, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-5610, 509-335-9671, Contact Us