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Twenty-First Annual Faculty Author Reception (2003 - 2004)


Flyer for the 2004 Reception

The Leonard H. Axe Library will hold its 21st annual Faculty Author Reception on Thursday, November 4th, 2004, from 3:00 to 4:30 in the Library browsing area. The reception continues the Library's tradition of honoring University book authors and editors.

As a library, we wish to recognize works of PSU faculty published in paper or electronically. University members that have authored, co-authored, or edited books, as well as published creative works such as musical compositions, art exhibit catalogs, or audio recordings published since last year's Reception will be honored.

University authors of journal articles, book chapters, or conference proceedings are also honored with a display at the Reception.

Suzanne Middendorf Arruda

The Girl He Left Behind: the Life and Times of Libbie Custer
Greensboro, NC: Avisson Press, © 2004

Elizabeth Bacon Custer was a beautiful and loyal Army wife to the legendary General George Armstrong Custer. As his wife, she endured the uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous life of garrisons and bivouacs, first during the Civil War and then in the West. As his widow, this witty and charming lady came into her own as a writer/historian and popular speaker. Her testimony is among the most eloquent and important we have from a woman's perspective of this bygone era.

- Book Cover

Maeve L. Cummings

Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 5/e
by: Stephen Haag, Maeve Cummings and Donald J McCubbrey.
Boston: McGraw-Hill Irwin, © 2005

Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 5/e provides the best total solution for MIS. Core chapters focus on the key principles, while Extended Learning Modules take you deeper into the most important and innovative technology solutions. The instructor decides the best mix of chapters and XLMs to support the course.

- Book Cover

Earl W. Lee

Kiss My Left Behind
Chula Vista, CA: Aventine Press, LLC, © 2003

Kiss My Left Behind is a parody of the popular genre of "End Times" novels written by many Christian authors, including Tim LaHaye, Jean Grant, Mel Odom, and Jonathan R. Cash. In this book the characters struggle with their own obsessions and desires, and don't have much time left over to fight the Antichrist: Nikelay Dubyah, ruler of the former Soviet Republik of Texrectumstan.

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Kiss My Left Behind 2: The Tribulation Farce
Parker, CO: Outskirts Press, © 2004

This book continues the saga of Ramrod Steel and his intrepid band of warriors as they fight against the evil of the Antichrist, Nickelay Dubyah, the "Fearless Leader" of the former Soviet Republik of Texrectumstan.

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Alice C. Sagehorn

Reading at Home With Your Child: A Workshop for Parents
by: Lynda Franco and Alice Sagehorn
McHenry, IL: Delta Systems Co., Inc., © 2004

La Lecture en Casa con su Hijo: Sesión de Formación para los Padres
by: Lynda Franco and Alice Sagehorn
McHenry, IL: Delta Systems Co., Inc., © 2004

Janis J. Schiefelbein

Sissy's Christmas Program (El Programa Navideño de Sissy)
Created by: Janis Schiefelbein and Susan M. Seglie, Illus. by Adam Papish
Pittsburg, KS: Pittsburg State University, © 2003

Susan M. Seglie

Sissy's Christmas Program (El Programa Navideño de Sissy)
Created by: Janis Schiefelbein and Susan M. Seglie, Illus. by Adam Papish
Pittsburg, KS: Pittsburg State University, © 2003

Donald E. Ward, ed.

The Journal for Specialists in Group Work
Taylor & Francis Group/Association for Specialists in Group Work, © 2004

The Journal for Specialists in Group Work is directed towards group work practitioners and educators with a focus on group work theory, interventions, training, current issues, and research... The Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) was founded to promote quality in group work training, practice, and research both nationally and internationally. A division of the American Counseling Association (ACA), ASGW numbers among its members over 1200 group workers and group work educators.

- Association for Specialists in Group Work web site

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