Top 5 Reasons you should read the 2019-2020 Book in Common, “Radioactive:”
Free copies of this year’s Book in Common, “Radioactive” by Lauren Redniss, are now available to faculty and staff to read with this year’s freshman class. Incorporate it’s themes into your programming and courses, engage in discussion with students, and attend campus-wide events with us!
The Book in Common is a shared, community read designed to promote discussion and understanding of important issues facing the broader community. The book is read as a collective endeavor with students in their first-year TRAC class and campus-wide events throughout the year tie together themes and provide discussion points so that students engage in a shared cultural experience.
Pick up your free copy of the book from Bethany Ferrall in the One Stop Shop, Room 185, Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Members of the faculty and staff who take part in the Book in Common read are also invited to meet the author on Monday, October 14 at 6 p.m. in Ferguson Social Sciences Auditorium.
Additionally, if you are interested in joining a faculty and staff discussion group, Employee Wellness will host a Book Club on Friday, October 18 from 2-4 p.m., Library 156. Registration is available at www.tamuc.edu/developu.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019