Visitors can always find a wide range of books and papers at Pittsburg State University’s Axe Library. On Thursday, they could also find a good number of authors.
The library hosted its 29th annual faculty author reception, at which they honored those members of the faculty and staff who had books and papers published over the past year.
This year’s authors:
Donald Baack (Management and Marketing): “The Five functions of effective management,” “International marketing,” “Management communication,” and “Organizational behavior.”
Judy Berry-Bravo (Modern Languages and Literatures): “Era Chilena del salitre: tras la ruta del trabajo, 1880-1979.”
Maeve Cummings (Accounting and Computer Information Systems): “Management information systems for the information age.”
Kathleen De Grave (English): “The hour of lead.”
Earl Lee (Library Services): “From the bodies of the gods: psychoactive plants and the cults of the dead.”
Stephen Meats (English): “The partisan: a romance of the revolution.”
Randy Roberts (Library Services): "Let it pass: remembering J. A. Wayland, the one-hoss editor of the Appeal to Reason.”
Tatiana Sildus (Teaching and Leadership): “Touch the world: 2012 Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.”
Donald W. Viney (History, Philosophy and Social Sciences): "Special Focus Section: Charles Hartshorne" Process Studies. 40 (2011).
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