Faculty Books On View

Inside the Learning Commons:
Faculty Books On View

In addition to teaching, many faculty at Marywood work on scholarship to further their knowledge and understanding of information in their respective fields. Faculty scholarship comes in many flavors including, among many other endeavors, writing scholarly papers and articles, attending and presenting at conferences, exhibiting works, teaching or developing courses for other companies, maintaining a private practice, and writing books.

To celebrate Marywood faculty’s the achievements in writing, an entire display case at the top of the stairs on the 2nd floor of the Learning Commons is devoted to showcasing recent books by members of the Marywood University Academic Community (exhibit now closed). Among the books you’ll find:

  • Administrative Studies
    Alexander R. Dawoody: Public Administration and Policy in the Middle East
  • English
    Erin A. Sadlack: The French Queen’s Letters
  • Graphic Design
    Steven Brower:  Satchmo: The Wonderful World and Art of Louis Armstrong
  • History
    Adam D. Shprintzen: The Vegetarian Crusade: The Rise of an American Reform Movement 1817-1921
  • Graphic Design
    Sue Jenkins: Web Design All-In-One for Dummies, 2nd Edition
  • Sociology
    Brian A. Monahan: The Shock of the News: Media Coverage and the Making of 9/11
  • Psychology
    John J. Lemoncelli: Healing From Childhood Abuse
  • History
    Samantha Christiansen (co-editor), The Third World in the Global 1960s
  • Mathematics
    Craig M. Johnson: Exploring Mathematics; Investigations with Functions
  • Academic Advisor for International Students
    Erkan Acar: Educating Globally: Case Study of a Gulen-Inspired School in the United States

Join the Learning Commons in celebrating these writing achievements by visiting the 2nd floor to view all the works on display. Then, if you happen to see those authors on campus or in the classroom, be sure to congratulate them on their scholarship!


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