In mid-March, the library was able to send out lists of titles recommended for purchase to the academic programs on campus. Some of the academic programs were able to return their requests for purchase before the college moved to remote learning in April. One hundred and fifty-five titles have been received and processed and are available to be checked out. The entire list will not be reproduced here, but a few titles purchased for each participating program will be listed. To get the entire list, please contact Pam Newberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ogallala: Water for a dry land by John Opie, Char Miller, and Kenna Lang Archer.
Temperate agroforestry systems edited by Andrew M. Gordon, Steven M. Newman and Brent R.W. Coleman
Advances in agricultural machinery and technologies edited by Guangnan Chen
The New rules of marketing and PR: How to use content marketing, podcasting, social media, AI, live video, and newsjacking to reach buyers directly by David Meerman Scott.
The Inspiration code: How the best leaders energize people every day by Kristi Hedges
Silent selling: Best practices and effective strategies in visual merchandising by Judy Bell, Kate Ternus
Let the story do the work: The Art of storytelling for business success by Esther K. Cody.
Legal Studies/Justice Studies
Practicing equality: Forging justice in a divided nation by Robert L. Tsai
Doing Justice: a Prosecutor’s thoughts on crime, punishment, and the rule of law by Preet Bharara
The complete paralegal certification handbook by Virginia Koerselman Newman
Conformity: The Power of social influences by Cass R. Sunstein
Rape: From Lucretia to #metoo by Mithu Sanyal
The end of the myth: From the frontier to the border wall in the mind of America by Greg Grandin
Wilmington’s lie: The Murderous coup of 1898 and the rise of white supremacy by David Zucchino
Beyond the steppe frontier: A History of the Sino-Russian border by Saren Urbansky
The dragon in the jungle: The Chinese Army in the Vietnam War by Xiaobing Li
The impeachers: The trial of Andrew Johnson and the dreams of a just nation by Brenda Wineapple
Why we are polarized by Ezra Klein
College athletes’ rights and well-being: Critical perspectives on policy and practice edited by Eddie Comeaux.
Branded: Branding in the sports business edited by Jason W. Lee
Periodization: Theory and methodology of training by Tudor O. Bompa, Carlo A. Buzzichelli
Women in sports coaching edited by Nicole M LaVoi
The Fundamentals of fashion management by Susan Dillon
Professional practice for interior designers by Christine M. Piotrowski
The social archaeology of food: Thinking about eating from prehistory to the present by Christine A. Hastorf.
99 variations on a proof by Phillip Ording
Humble Pi: When math goes wrong in the real world by Matt Parker
Game theory, alive by Anna R. Karlin, Yuval Peres
Teaching statistics using baseball by Jim Albert
Managing stage fright: a guide for musicians and music teachers by Julie Jaffee Nagel
The musical language of rock by David Temperley
The evolution of music through culture and science by Peter Townsend
Piano servicing, tuning, and rebuilding: a guide for the professional, student, and hobbyist by Arthur A. Reblitz
The silent musician: Why conducting matters by Mark Wigglesworth
Psychology, Counseling, and Social Work
The nature of human creativity edited by Robert J. Sternberg and James C. Kaufman
Highway of tears: A True story of racism, indifference, and the pursuit of justice for missing and murdered indigenous women and girls by Jessica McDiarmid
The portable Ph.D.: Taking your psychology degree beyond academia by Patrick Gallagher and Ashleigh Gallagher
Why young men: The dangerous allure of violent movements and what we can do about it by Jamil Jivanti
In mixed company by J. Dan Rothwell
Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, content moderation, and the hidden decisions that shape social media by Tarleton Gillespie
Theorizing about intercultural communication edited by William B. Gudykunst
Understanding global media by Terry Flew