Name: Kate Allman
Phone: 02 6933 2055
Campus: Wagga Wagga
I visit Ngunggilanha during study sessions
Hi, I’m Kate. In 2013, I moved to Wiradjuri Country from North Carolina (USA) to start the next chapter of my life. I grew up in a coastal town called Wilmington where I loved going to the beach. The move was quite a change for me, but I quickly began to call this area home and I have loved getting to know the community and surrounding region.
Before venturing into Library Land, I studied film, literature and art history. Art in all of its forms has always been fascinating and important to me. While I was studying Information Studies and Librarianship at Charles Sturt, I worked at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and regional arts development office, Eastern Riverina Arts. I enjoy creating and collecting independent, handmade magazines called “zines.”
I like working in a library because it is where my interests in creating, collecting and learning come together. Also, it is a place where I can share my knowledge and learn from others, so please give me a call to talk about what you’re learning and how the Library can support you during your studies.
Wagga Wagga Campus Library is situated within the Learning Commons in building 13. The Learning Commons includes a 24/7 study area that provides students with computer stations, printing facilities, study booths, parents room and much more.
Wagga Wagga Library holds one of the largest collections. With focus on single study carrels, group study and meeting rooms, as well as computer workstations and wireless connectivity, Wagga Wagga library is a fantastic resource for students. Our friendly librarians are on hand to help at all times.
Some of the main areas of study at Wagga Wagga are Animal and Veterinary Sciences; Information Studies; Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health; Education; Visual and Performing Arts and Agriculture. The Library holds a wide range of resources to cover these subject areas.