UCLA researchers who oversaw a long-running mental health response program after a devastating 1988 earthquake in Armenia offer lessons learned in disaster response that are especially important amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a plague of gun violence, and the increasing threat of climate-related disasters.
27-year-old Joe Slota suffered a hemorrhagic stroke caused by an arteriovenous malformation (AVM). Strengthened by the love of his family and friends throughout the ordeal, Slota co-authored a book on his experience, “Can’t? Just Did!”
Cornell University professor Jonathan Boyarin studied at Mesiytha Tifereth Jerusalem, New York’s oldest institution of rabbinic learning. His new book describes his experiences in “Yeshiva Days: Learning on the Lower East Side.”
Two-volume “Corona Chronicles” narratives recount how students, parents, administrators, and community members are navigating these uncertain times.
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. ─ Walls are used as political tools to accentuate divisions between people, according to a new book co-edited by a faculty member at Binghamton University, State University of New York.
In “Find Your Path: Lessons from 36 Leading Scientists and Engineers,” author and Hertz Fellow Daniel Goodman presents personal accounts of the challenges, struggles, successes, U-turns, and satisfactions encountered by leaders in industry, academia, and government.
One would be hard-pressed to find a member of Big Blue Nation unfamiliar with Joe B. Hall. For many, his name is synonymous with both the university and the UK Men’s Basketball team. In “Coach Hall: My Life On and Off the Court,” his new University Press of Kentucky memoir written with Marianne Walker, Hall presents intimate details about his remarkable life. He reveals never-before-heard stories about memorable players, coaches, and friends and expresses the joys and fulfillments of his rewarding life and career.