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Mark Your Calendars For This Free Book Event in Washington, DC
Steve Schein, author of A New Psychology for Sustainability Leadership, will be at Busboys and Poets Bookstore (K&5th) on November 10th. His talk will explore how an understanding of ecological worldviews can enhance your
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IOE Press wins two prestigious Geographical Association Publishers' Awards
The IOE Press has been presented with two Geographical Association Publishers' Awards for You, Me and Diversity and Educating for Hope
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CABI Author Temple Grandin on Neil Degrasse Tyson's StarTalk
On April 12, Dr. Temple Grandin was a guest on Star Talk, a radio show hosted by Neil Degrasse Tyson. Click here to listen to her talk on Autism and Animal Science.

MIC ED Talks - Anne Dolan: Brining the world to children through picture books
Trentham Author Anne Dolan, speaks about her new book You, Me and Diversity at Mary Immaculate College.

Click her to view the video on YouTube.

Radio Frequency Interference Pocket Guide Kenneth Wyatt, Michael Gruber
"This handy pocket guide contains a lot of useful information. It outlines in very concise form the procedures necessary for tracking down most radio frequency interference problems. For anyone wanting to track down an RFI problem, without having to learn all the basic theory involved, this pocket guide
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James Barry’s Murals at the Royal Society of Arts William L. Pressly
"Pressly’s beautifully designed and illustrated monograph is an important book for a specialized audience. Pressly (Univ. of Maryland) is the foremost authority on this late-18th-century British history painter, and Barry’s mural “A Series of Pictures on Human Culture” is the artist’s most significant
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