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Welcome to the TWU Libraries' Nutrition and Food Sciences Subject Guide! Here you will find a variety of suggested databases, credible internet sites, videos, and other information sources to help guide your research. Houston campus faculty, staff and students may obtain borrowing privileges to other professional libraries when you ask at the Houston library. Remember your TWU Librarians. Students can make appointments to learn how to find needed information and how to use information tools in the future. For Faculty and Staff, TWU Librarians will provide you with the information you need.
The contact for the Houston Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences is Dr. Carolyn Moore Room 7017 email@example.com 713.794.2377 Texas Woman's University, 6700 Fannin Room 7021 Houston, TX 77030
FACULTY: Would you like to put materials on Reserve in the Houston Library or electronically available 24/7? If yes, click HERE
March is National Nutrition Month!
Photo courtesy, National Agricultural Department
The Houston Center Library Room 4132 (at the Houston campus) has books from TWU's School of Business, Department of Health Care Administration, School of Nursing, Department of Nutrition & Food Sciences, School of Occupational Therapy and the School of Physical Therapy, also. Available for Houston TWU faculty, staff, and students to consult in the library, all of these materials (books, audiovisuals and journals) are specially selected and added to the collection by your faculty and staff. There is a pc/scanner available to print in b&w or color at the adjacent Mega Computer Lab. The Library also has Laptops and Chromebooks for checkout. Most of these materials are available to you to check out during hours of operation, so come browse the different collections and see what the Houston library has to offer you.
Please know that "Textbooks, reference, non-circulating, media materials, and Houston Reserve Items may not be requested through Interlibrary Loan (ILL)."
Houston's TWU building has shelter in place locations in the event of a storm, here.
You may request one COVID test kit per address from the United States Postal Service, starting 19 January 2022. Go to https://special.usps.com/testkits to order.
US White House statement on Monkeypox
City of Houston COVID, Monkeypox Resources and information on pollen and other health data
The US National Center for Post Traumatic Distress is at the US Veteran's Administration for everyone to access: https://www.ptsd.va.gov/index.asp
The Houston ARC has a wonderful nap pod where you can take a quiet 20 minute nap, so come give it a try!