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From Mountains to Medicine: Scaling the Heights in Search of My Calling

Feb. 25, 2024

From Mountains to Medicine is the story of Erica Elliott's magical, mind-bending, and heart-opening journey of self-discovery in search of her life's purpose.

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Blossoms on a Poisoned Sea

Feb. 25, 2024

Yuki is the daughter of a poor fisherman. Kiyo is the son of a senior executive at Chisso, a huge chemical conglomerate. In 1956, they meet and become friends, then gradually fall in love. But then all living things in the once beautiful Minamata Bay suddenly die. The impoverished people living around it begin suffering from a terrifying disease that causes agonizing pain, paralysis, and death . . . including Yuki’s family.

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Nanoelectronics: Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles

Feb. 24, 2024

By Dr. Vijay Kumar Arora (Phys'73) (CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group, 430 pages; 2015) Buy the Book A shift to carbon is positioning biology as a process of synthesis in mainstream engineering. Silicon is quickly being replaced with carbon-based electronics, devices are being reduced down to nanometer scale, and...

The Foreigner’s Guide to Getting that USA Dream Job

The Foreigner’s Guide to Getting that USA Dream Job

Feb. 14, 2024

Explore a data-based guide tailored to empower the U.S.’ increasing influx of international students and migrant professionals with practical advice for integrating into the U.S. STEM workforce as professionals.

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AI: Activate your Imagination & Amplify your Intelligence

Feb. 14, 2024

Regardless of your generation and the inherent speculations about attitudes to technology, this eBook is designed for the new digital learner, tech-novice and the tech-curious individual who may be reluctant yet intrigued at the possibilities of AI.

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Everyone But Myself

Feb. 14, 2024

Funny, honest, and inspiring for readers feeling overwhelmed by life, Everyone But Myself is like a best friend's story of how she returned to solid ground while embracing chaos along the way.

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From Teacher to Leader: Paving Your Path to Education Administration

Feb. 13, 2024

At its core, From Teacher to Leader adopts a transformative workbook approach, offering reflective questions that guide mentor/mentee pairs towards cultivating essential leadership skills. By delving into the nuts-and-bolts of educational leadership, this book explores critical competencies like budgeting and financial management, change management, collaboration, communication, and more, providing you with the practical tools you need to succeed in any educational leadership role.

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At the Vanguard of Vinyl: A Cultural History of the Long-Playing Record in Jazz

Feb. 5, 2024

Mueller examines how musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus used the jazz industry’s adoption of the long-playing record (LP) to redefine the uneven power relations of the heavily segregated music business.

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The Safety Effect

Feb. 5, 2024

Psychological safety is the primary driver of team effectiveness at Google, and organizations with high psychological safety often outperform their peers, but companies continue to fail to create psychologically safe work environments. In The Safety Effect, David Moerlein provides the tools to overcome the three barriers to creating psychological safety.

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Teaching in the Dark: A Memoir

Feb. 5, 2024

A young teacher buys a one-way ticket to Shishmaref, Alaska. Within minutes of landing, she finds herself dealing with unexpected, rustic accommodations, and the culture shock of living in a remote Iñuit community.