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Behavioural responses to a changing world : mechanisms and consequences.
Eros and the Christ : longing and envy in Paul’s christology;
David E. Fredrickson.
Josephus Daniels : his life and times;
Lee A. Craig.
Journal of band research : a repertoire anthology (1964-1989).
Keeping up with the quants: your guide to understanding and using analytics;
Thomas H. Davenport.
The King of infinite space : Euclid and his Element;
Mismatch: how affirmative action hurts students it’s intended to help, and why universities won’t admit it;
Mrs. Shipley’s ghost : the right to travel and terrorist watchlists;
Role development in professional nursing practice.
Shocking the conscience : a reporter’s account of the civil rights movement;
A skeptic’s guide to the mind: what neuroscience can and cannot tell us about ourselves;
Robert A. Burton.
Strong spirits, kind hearts : helping students develop inner strength, resilience, and meaning;
Winning the loser’s game : timeless strategies for successful investing;
Charles D. Ellis.
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Achieving transformational change in academic libraries;
Advancing social justice : tools, pedagogies, and strategies to transform your campus;
Babes in tomorrowland: Walt Disney and the making of the American child, 1930-1960;
British student activism in the long sixties;
Caroline M. Hoefferle.
Brothers’ Vietnam War : Black power, manhood, and the military experience;
Herman Graham III.
Cannon Mills and Kannapolis: persistent paternalism in a textile town;
Timothy W. Vanderburg.
Challenges of modern sport to ethics: from doping to cyborgs;
José Luís Pérez Triviño.
Cloud-based services for your library;
Erik T. Mitchell.
Crisis information management : communication and technologies.
Guy Gavriel Kay.
Early Japanese puppet drama;
C. J. Dunn.
Early childhood assessment: why, what, and how;
Committee on Developmental Outcomes and Assessments for Young Children.
Elements of investing: easy lessons for every investor;
Burton G. Malkiel.
Everything you know about Indians is wrong;
Paul Chaat Smith.
Forgery and counterforgery: the use of literary deceit in early Christian polemics;
Bart D. Ehrman.
Group dynamics in recreation and leisure: creating conscious groups through an experiential approach;
Timothy S. O’Connell.
Handbook of regression analysis;
History of Islamic political thought: from the Prophet to the present;
How to teach: a practical guide for librarians;
Beverley E. Crane.
Infinite reality: the hidden blueprint of our virtual lives;
Justice for hedgehogs;
King’s Mountain: a ballad novel;
Knowing and teaching elementary mathematics: teachers’ understanding of fundamental mathematics in China and the United States;
The Making of the Raj : India under the East India Company;
Ian St. John.
Mind and cosmos: why the materialist neo-Darwinian conception of nature is almost certainly false;
Modern Middle East authoritarianism: roots, ramifications, and crisis.
Moonwalking with Einstein: the art and science of remembering everything;
Naked statistics: stripping the dread from the data;
The Passing of the mill village: revolution in a Southern institution;
Harriet L. Herring.
Patterns in social entrepreneurship research.
Performance practices in the Baroque era: as related by primary sources;
Philosophy and Kafka;
Reality is broken: why games make us better and how they can change the world;
Rippling : how social entrepreneurs spread innovation throughout the world;
Rock brands : selling sound in a media saturated culture.
Stealing democracy: the new politics of voter suppression;
Thank you, anarchy: notes from the Occupy apocalypse;
Therapeutic modalities: the art and science;
Kenneth L. Knight.
Torn: rescuing the Gospel from the gays-vs.-Christians debate;
United States and China: a history from the eighteenth century to the present
E183.8.C5 W3416 2013
What then must we do?: straight talk about the next American revolution
HC106.84 .A47 2013
The hours of operation for the Ethel K. Smith Library over Spring Break are as follows:
- Saturday, March 8th and Sunday, March 9th: Closed
- Monday, March 10th-Friday, March 14th: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Saturday, March 15th: Closed
- Sunday, March 16th: 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
The Library will resume it’s regular schedule on Monday, March 17th.
- Major: Communication
- Class of: 2014
- Hometown: Cornelius, NC
- Activities: Rotoract, Alumni Relations Intern
Melanie is a senior majoring in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. She is also minoring in International Relations. This is Melanie’s third year working at the library, and has a great rapport with both staff and patrons. Melanie stays busy on campus with the Rotaract Club. Originally from Cornelius, NC, Melanie enjoys reading as well as hanging out with family and friends. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in public relations, and she is getting married in July.
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An Act of Congress: how America’s essential institution works, and how it doesn’t;
Robert G. Kaiser.
HG181 .K35 2013
The Baseball trust: a history of baseball’s antitrust exemption;
KF3989 .B36 2013
The new science teacher’s handbook : what you didn’t learn from student teaching
Sarah Reeves Young.
Q147 .Y685 2013
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