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We invite you to help us build the University of Texas Library collection!
In the next year, the University of Texas Libraries will add more than 100,000 volumes to its collection, which will support the learning, research and knowledge of our 50,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and researchers.
Your involvement will help improve the UT experience for our students; provide needed resources for our faculty; and impact research that will change the world.
It’s easy…by selecting one or more items from the list below and making a contribution that will purchase the item(s) of your choice. In recognition of your passion for providing resources for our students and faculty, we will list your name or name you designate (for honorees or memorials) in the online catalogue record for the item you purchased.
The wish list below includes items that have been identified by our librarians and faculty as important resources needed for instruction and research. This list is by no means everything that faculty have requested.
We hope that you take a few moments to review the list and find an item that excites you or one that you feel UT should have. The list can be sorted so that you can find something of interest conveniently.
Thank you for contributing to the future of our University!
If you have questions about a specific item or subject area, please call Natalie Moore, chief development officer at (512) 495-4349 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Whole Person Healthcare, v.1-...
- Gregory Perrin
Whole Person Healthcare, v.1-3: 2007
This work presents a vision of health care for the future that honors the whole person--mind, body, and spirit. The three volumes present the expertise of over 80 contributors and editors. With healthcare services becoming more specialized, fractured, and costly, consumers are demanding more integrative, effective treatments that address the physical, spiritual, and psychological aspects of illness and health. This "whole person" approach to healthcare is increasingly being offered by healthcare professionals and in facilities nationwide. In this unique set of books, experts from across the country, at the forefront in their fields, explain how, how extensively, and why healthcare is changing to incorporate complementary practices, from yoga, meditation and QiGong, to art, music, and dance therapy. Breaking research on this growing field is featured, as are observations by healthcare professionals who say the new approaches are not only helping patients heal, but also helping professionals rediscover their ancient roles as healers of body, mind, and spirit. Examples of training templates, funded programs, and treatment protocols are included. Each of the focused, practical chapters offers a Tool Kit for Change, summarizing major treatment points from a particular perspective. Prevention and lifestyle are addressed, as are cures.
Although other works on holistic health are available, none provides the comprehensive scope of this set. Extensively researched and referenced, it includes helpful figures, tables, and graphs. Highly recommended by CHOICE.
- Courses Supported
- Nursing, particularly health assessment courses
- Praeger Publishing
- Ilene A. Serlin
- Gregory Perrin
- Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemica...
- Science and Math
Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology: 2009
This book reflects the multidimensional character of chemical biology, focusing on the fundamental science of biological structures and systems.
This is the first major reference at the interface of chemistry, biology, and medicine. Chemical biology is a rapidly developing field that uses the principles, tools, and language of chemistry to answer important questions in the life sciences. It has enabled researchers to gather critical information about the molecular biology of the cell and is the fundamental science of drug discovery, playing a key role in the development of novel agents for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Now students and researchers across the range of disciplines that use chemical biology techniques have a single resource that encapsulates what is known in the field. It is an excellent place to begin any chemical biology investigation.
- Womens Wear Daily
- Electronic Media
Womens Wear Daily: 1910 - Present
Women's Wear Daily provides librarians, researchers, and students with a unique opportunity to access the complete digitized backfile of this definitive fashion publication. Every page of every issue, including all advertisements and images, is scanned from cover to cover in high resolution full color and presented in page image format with searchable text. By offering the entire archive of Women's Wear Daily, previously unavailable in digital form, this unique resource opens up new research opportunities for scholars and students looking for authoritative material related to the fashion industry and fashion trends. Serving as a record of how the fashion industry developed over the twentieth century, it provides valuable primary source research material not only for fashion students but also for students of business, retail, marketing, merchandising, cultural studies and social history.
UT Libraries only has access back to 1960 on microfilm (and only back to 1983 electronically)
- Works of William Congreve
- English Drama
Works of William Congreve: 2011
This critically acclaimed collection brings together for the first time the complete works of 18th Century British dramatist William Congreve.
Faculty and students in the Humanities and the Arts will make use of this comprehensive collection.
- Zhongguo fen sheng di tu ji (...
- Social Sciences
Zhongguo fen sheng di tu ji (34 v.) 中国分省系列地图集(全34册): 2009
This book contains Chinese provincial maps, including maps at the village level.
These Chinese provincial maps will be very useful to travellers, businessmen and researchers of contemporary China. All have increased drastically in recent years.