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Nutrition 555: Public Health Nutrition & Food Politics: Welcome
to the UWM
Libraries !


Guide Purpose

This UWM Libraries research guide was created as supplemental material Public Health Nutrition and Food Politics (3 cr. U/G).

This course highlights the role of nutrition in public health programs and services. 


Use the blue tabs at the top of each page to navigate through the guide.

New Graduate Student Information (a UWM Libraries brochure)

Hello !

Hello, Health Science researchers! 

This library guide was created to help you with your NUTR 555 coursework.   Use the blue tabs at the top [ ↑ ] of each page to navigate through the guide.

If you have questions not answered here, there are several ways to get additional assistance:

  • Request an appointment for an individual research consultation; we can meet at at any of UWM's campuses, over chat or video conferencing, or via a phone call or using email - whatever works for you;
  • Use Ask a Librarian services F2F on the Kenwood Campus, or via phone, live chat or email;
  • Get research help 24/7 from one of our worldwide chat reference partners - "live" help is always only a click away!

Please see my profile (right column →) for additional contact options. 

I look forward to working with you this semester and throughout your time at UWM.

Linda Kopecky, Head, Research Services (& Government Information Librarian); Health Sciences Librarian, pro tempore

Get (Re)Acquainted with the UWM Libraries

The UWM Libraries are all housed within the Golda Meir  Library building, directly north of the Student Union.


The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons on the first floor of the west wing of the library is open 24 hours a day, Sunday through Thursday (fall and spring semesters). See Library Hours for more information.

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Meet Your Librarian

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Linda Kopecky
Head, Research Services
UWM Libraries
2311 East Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
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