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Jeanine Williamson
Jeanine Williamson
Engineering Librarian
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Phone: 865-974-9164

BIG IDEAS demand reliable information. The University Libraries supports scholarship, research, and learning at UT by acquiring, organizing, preserving, and facilitating access to the world’s knowledge. The wide-ranging expertise of our librarians might surprise you.

As the subject librarian for engineering, Jeanine Williamson provides research consultations, instruction in the use of information resources, and collection development for the College of Engineering and for the UT Space Institute in Tullahoma.

In addition to helping students and faculty navigate specialized databases of engineering standards, patents, and the scholarly literature, Jeanine is an expert and enthusiastic trainer in using citation management software. In fact, she is the resident EndNote expert. She also can help scholars assess the impact of their published research using citation searching algorithms.

She has published numerous articles on the intersection of personality, career choice, and job satisfaction.

Jeanine holds both a master’s in library science (University of Alabama) and a PhD in information science (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), as well as a bachelor’s degree in ancient Greek language and literature (UNC at Chapel Hill).

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