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Author(s): Cindy Jarvis
The competition in the sports field is fierce! It’s to every student’s advantage to get as much information as possible before they take the leap into the industry.
Sports Internships: How to Survive in the Industry takes away the mystery about interning in the sport industry. The book fuses in-depth material from the industry side with the personal/business experience from the author - a former student, educator and current professional in the sports industry.
Author(s): Elner Makia, Japhet Makia
Time Management Survival Planning Guide for Schools and Colleges is a road map (or GPS) for students’ academic journey; therefore, it is designed to assist students to utilize their time wisely by helping them stay focused on classes, events, appointments, meetings, and career objectives. This planner will be used as a retention and an intervention tool for high school and college freshman students, especially in the freshman seminar classes.
Author(s): Jaime Diaz
The profound effect that certain drugs have on behavior has ignited popular curiosity and has prompted a scientific search for the brain mechanisms that might be altered with drugs.
Written by Jaime Diaz, an active neuroscientist, the new third edition of How Drugs Influence Behavior: A Neuro-Behavioral Approach helps readers learn and understand how drugs alter behavior.
Author(s): Shoshanah Jacobs
Humans in the Natural World teaches science to non-science majors without reinforcing the stereotypes that follow many students around. It demonstrates the scientific method and that tendency towards biophilia (attraction to biological things) could be harnessed to develop an appreciation for biological systems and, maybe, even science.
Humans in the Natural World by Shoshanah Jacobs:
Author(s): Robert Koppelman
Literature Is Rhetoric: Beauty and Truth of Literature is a second-semester composition course that will improve the readers ability to write more effectively and to read more insightfully.
Author(s): M. M. "Skip" Rector
New Second Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Christine Ballengee Morris
Visual Culture, Representations, & Misrepresentations confronts and addresses social and cultural issues through the exploration of visual culture. The goals of this exploration of visual culture include challenging biases, discriminatory representations, and practices within our society that hinder democracy and social justice.