Librarian - Head of Public & Research Services
Department: Bishop Mueller Library
Office Location: 1st Floor Library
- B.A. English Literature, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
- M.A. Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconson-Madison
Katelyn Sabelko is the Head of Public and Reference Services at Bishop Mueller Library. Working with students is her favorite aspect of librarianship. Her research interests include the experiences of first-generation college students, the evolution of the reference desk, and information literacy instruction. She is active in professional library associations, and has given presentations at multiple conferences. Katelyn’s research outside of the library world includes the work of the Brontë sisters. She has published an article titled “Recasting the Garden: Anne Brontë’s Subversion of the Victorian Garden Trope in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.”
In addition to her work at BCU, Katelyn has also worked as an Associate Lecturer for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where she taught an honors class titled “Question Everything: Online Life in the 21st Century.” Before BCU, she worked at the library on the Edgewood College campus in Madison, WI.