The latest alumni publications.

Eliminating Inequities for Women With Disabilities: An Agenda for Health and Wellness (American Psychological Association), by Shari E. Miles-Cohen (M.S. ’92; Ph.D. ’98) and Caroline Signore...

Eliminating Inequities for Women With Disabilities: An Agenda for Health and Wellness

Pineapple Sugar (Darby and Allen Publishing), by C. Punch Brown (Cynae Brown) (B.A. ’01), is the story of a 12-year-old girl learning to deal with tragedy as she is forced to decide between...

Pineapple Sugar

A Squirrel Tale (Profiles Studio), by Janis B. Pinkston (B.F.A.’77), is based on a true story of a squirrel that gets into the house, and how youthful ingenuity saves the day. Included are...

A Squirrel Tale

Mr. Bernard’s Saint Bernard (BZ Books), by Walter A. Bernard (M.B.A, J.D. ’10), is a children’s book where Mr. Bernard becomes best friends with a Saint Bernard at his doorstep. This book teaches...

Mr. Bernard’s Saint Bernard

A Voice in the Wilderness: Sermons and Homilies for Urban Ministry (UMOJA Village Inc.), by Rev. Dr. Kwame O. Abayomi (##), is a book of sermons from 1986 to 2006 that still hold relevancy to...

A Voice in the Wilderness: Sermons and Homilies for Urban Ministry

Love Like I’ve Never Been Hurt: How to Heal from Heartbreak (Arionne Yvette, LLC), by Arionne Yvette Williams (B.S. ’05), is a narrative guidebook on how to move on from a former romantic...

Love Like I’ve Never Been Hurt: How to Heal from Heartbreak

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