· Dr. Tracy Lassiter, assistant professor of English and James Fisk, public services librarian have had a chapter published in the American Library Association's new book Library Service and Learning: Empowering Students, Inspiring Social Responsibility, and Building Community Connections. Their chapter is titled “Fostering Community Engagement through Intentionality and Faculty-Librarian Partnerships.” The book may be purchased at the ALA Store.
· Dr. Florentin Smarandache co-authored and edited the recent publication Neutroscophic Multi-Criteria Decision Making. This special culmination of research articles reports on the use of neutrosophic logic as it applies to a variety of real-life and scientific problem-solving processes. The book may be purchased at Barnes & Noble.