Anthracis: A Microbial Mystery

Anthracis: A Microbial Mystery

Nov. 22, 2021

Anthracis is the debut novel in an alphabetical series featuring Maya Maguire, medical detective, in her journey as an Asian American veterinarian solving microbial mysteries.

 On Jericho Flats

On Jericho Flats

Nov. 22, 2021

Nature versus Machine. Set in the near future where a powerful quantum AI computer offers people an illusion of reality in a world suffering from the excesses of Humanity's wants and desires

Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon

Nov. 22, 2021

As the Mine struggles to survive the climate-change driven disappearing market for its coal, it comes under increasingly costly regulatory pressure to protect the miners’ safety. The Mine’s survival and the miners’ safety are imperiled by the combined personal vendettas of a powerful government safety inspector and a venal and vicious coal miner.

Max Goes to Town

Max Goes to Town

Nov. 22, 2021

Max Goes to Town is the delightful sweet story of the scruffy, gray cat who amazes his family when he journeys to town. Based on a true story and charmingly written in verse, readers of all ages will delight in Max's spirit and determination. Beautifully illustrated by Blueberry Illustrations.

Elvis and the World As It Stands

Elvis and the World As It Stands

Nov. 18, 2021

Most shelter animals dream of going home with a forever family. But for Elvis, being chosen by Mrs. Pemberton is a nightmare. He’s been separated from his sister, Etta, and is determined to get back to the shelter to find her.

Cover of Bioprinting book

Bioprinting: To Make Ourselves Anew

Nov. 1, 2021

Of the 121,000 people on donor lists in the U.S., over 100,000 need kidney transplants and thousands die each year while waiting. Bioprinting aspires to build healthy kidney tissue from a patient's own cells and transplant this to boost failing kidneys without fear of rejection...

Cases and Stories of Transformative Action Research cover

Cases and Stories of Transformative Action Research

July 20, 2021

Cases and Stories of Transformative Action Research builds on its companion book, Principles and Methods of Transformative Action Research, by describing and analyzing dozens of examples of successful action research efforts pursued in the past five decades by students and faculty of the Western Institute for Social Research.

Mixed Company cover

Mixed Company

July 20, 2021

By Jenny Shank (MEngl'00) (Texas Review Press, 245 pages; 2021) Buy the Book In Mixed Company Jenny Shank reveals moments of grace and connection between people of her hometown, Denver, through stories that contrast the city during its oil-bust era of economic troubles and court-ordered crosstown busing for racial desegregation...

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Principles and Methods of Transformative Action Research

July 20, 2021

Principles and Methods of Transformative Action Research delves into both general principles and specific methods for basic steps in the action research process—asking questions, gathering and analyzing data, communicating findings, and pursuing action.

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Floriescence: Foundations for Human Flourishing on a Thriving Planet - A Visionary Synthesis of Science, Ethics, and Aesthetics Crafted to Promote Well-Being in the 21st Century

July 20, 2021

By J. Dirk Nies (Chem'74), with Carmen Morales Nies (Floriescent Press, 184 pages; 2019) Floriescence is a groundbreaking, visionary synthesis of science, ethics, and aesthetics crafted to promote well-being in the 21st century. Its robust, comprehensive, multidimensional framework of fact and value - the Floriescent SEAview - affords a vantage...

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