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Faculty Authors’ Reception open to content creators

The Georgia Regents University libraries will host the second annual Faculty Authors’ Reception on Tuesday, Sept. 22. From 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. This event will take place in Reese Library on the Summerville campus.

The Faculty Authors’ Reception honors faculty from both campuses, current and retired, who have published, edited or created works within the past year. This reception also highlights the GRU Libraries Faculty Author Collection, which contains books (written or edited) as well as other works (such as art and films) created by faculty members of Georgia Regents University.

Between now and Sept. 21, faculty can submit their publication information through this online guide: http://guides.gru.edu/facultyauthors

A few current notable works from this year include “Upton Sinclair” and “Max Brand” by Dr. William Bloodworth and “Mental health in the medical setting: delivery, workforce needs, and emerging best practices – an issue of psychiatric clinics of North America” by Dr. Peter Buckley.

For more information about the Faculty Authors’ Reception, please contact Reference Assistant Jennifer Putnam at jputnam@gru.edu.

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