Marilyn M. Goff, MLS, AHIP
Marilyn M. Goff is the librarian for the Houston campus of Texas Woman's University since 2000. Initiating work in libraries in the third grade, Marilyn received her Master of Library Science degree and is TWU's sole accredited (AHIP) medical librarian at the Distinguished level. With broad-based knowledge, her special expertise is health sciences internet research, with particular skills in federal and military medical information. She provides cutting-edge research information to faculty. Students are welcome to attend library workshops where Marilyn teaches resources for all areas of student study at the Houston campus. In addition, she is familiar with local, regional, and national library resources and can provide tours and assistance in using other resource centers. Personal appointments can be made for one-on-one training.
Her experience includes being a librarian in school and public libraries, an oil company, in public and private academia, an osteopathic medical school, and in the U.S. Army and the Air Force (civil service medical librarian positions). A native Houstonian, she lives in Pearland with her husband and Scottish Terrier dogs and is involved in many personal interest and volunteer efforts including Adopt-A-Beach, Scottish Terrier rescue, organic gardening, socio/political and environmental issues, and genealogical research.
Her office is located in room 4132A and her hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Library Assistant II
Yandee I. Vazquez, MSLIS
Yandee I. Vazquez began as the Academic Resource Center's Library Assistant in 2012. She holds a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign from UIUC and is available to help faculty with any research aid they may need. In addition, Yandee is available to train students in citation management and research techniques.
She is available in room 4132 and her hours are 10am-7pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8-5pm Friday.
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