About Our Instruction Program

Please see our Teaching Support for Instruction page for Fall 2020 information.

The Faculty and Staff members at Cushing Memorial Library and Archives actively engage in teaching and instruction. Teaching includes class lectures, instructional sessions on our collections and services, and full college courses, based on our collections and on our individual expertise. Some Faculty members have formal roles in Texas A&M University programs and units.

Examples of lectures and courses include:

Class Lectures:

  • Bibliography and Literary Research, ENGL 603, Spring 2016
    (Kevin O’Sullivan, Cushing Library Curator; Dr. Laura Estill, Instructor)
  • Studies in a Major Author: Charles Dickens, ENGL 415, Fall 2015
    (Kevin O’Sullivan, Cushing Library Curator; Dr. Mary Ann O’Farrell, Instructor)
  • Course: African American Muslims, Africana Studies 489-500, Spring 2016
    (Rebecca Hankins, Instructor).

Faculty members can be invited to your classroom, or Cushing Library can host classes on site, depending on class size and needs. Please contact the appropriate Faculty member directly, using the Contact Us page.

For general inquiries, please contact Melissa Zajicek, Administrative Coordinator ( m-zajicek@library.tamu.edu). The phone number for Cushing Library is 979-845-1951.