David Michalski is available for research assistance, term paper help, orientations, research collaborations, library instruction, and collection development requests. As the Social and Cultural Studies Librarian, Dr. Michalski is one of the librarians at UC Davis who is responsible for making sure the University Library serves the research and teaching mission of the University. He works at a public reference desk and helps build and maintain our extensive reference and research collections available at UC Davis. He holds office hours for research consultations for students, graduates and faculty. He is also available to teach information and research skills classes in the humanities and social sciences. He has taught hundreds of such sessions over the years and met with thousands of students and faculty, letting them know what the University Library has to offer, trading search strategies, and always learning more about what students and researchers are working on at UC Davis. Dr. Michalski’s research interests include: critical theory, sociology of consumer society, corporate culture, aesthetics, urban studies, ethnography and documentary poetics, and food and culture studies.