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RAMS WRITE: BOOKS WRITTEN BY CSU ALUMNI, FACULTY AND STAFF

TURNING SCIENCE INTO THINGS PEOPLE NEED bookcoverTURNING SCIENCE INTO
THINGS PEOPLE NEED

By David Giltner (Ph.D., ’96)

This book serves as a guide that helps lead scientists who want to transition from research scientists to industrial scientists and entrepreneurs.

Up the Creek coverUP THE CREEK

By Ivo Lindauer (Ph.D.,’70)

Stories of early pioneer settlers of Parachute Creek, Colo. As a third-generation Parachute Creek native, Lindauer knows these stories in detail.

THE BOAT RUNNER

By Devin Murphy (M.F.A.,’09)

The little-known story of young Dutch boys who were thrown into the Nazi campaign, as well as the brave boatmen who risked everything to give Jewish refugees safe passage to lands abroad.

FINDING SAFEHAVEN

Beverly Marquart (M.Ed., 94; Ph.D., ’02)

A World War II novel of love, sacrifice, honor, and valor.

The Foodist Bucket ListTHE FOODIST BUCKET LIST: 100 EDIBLE ADVENTURES FROM FARM TO FORK

By Iver Marjerison (B.S., ’14)

Covers a variety of Fort Collins dining experiences from pizza to fine dining and everything in between.

Moving Beyond CompromiseMOVING BEYOND COMPROMISE: WHY STOP THERE?

Kevin C. Smith (B.A., ’82)

Introduces “Solution Building” as an effective decision-making process.

GUIDEBOOK TO RELATIVE STRANGERSGUIDEBOOK TO RELATIVE STRANGERS: JOURNEYS INTO RACE, MOTHERHOOD, AND HISTORY

By Camille Dungy, Ph.D., professor of English

A series of interlinked essays by award-winning poet Camille Dungy chronicles the first few years of her daughter Callie’s life — a continual journey for both of them, since Dungy travels often to read and teach, and brings Callie along for the ride.

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