The featured book from the current New Acquisitions List is Biology, Nanotechnology, Toxicology and Applications: Proceedings of the 4th BioNanoTox and Applications Research Conference: Little Rock, Arkansas 21-22 October 2009. The main editor is Olga Tarasenko of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Several University of Arkansas for Medical Science faculty members were guest editors, as well as presenters, at the conference.
BioNanoTox has become the forum for leaders in biology, chemistry, nanotechnology, toxicology, and medicine to share knowledge as well as applications in many scientific disciplines. BioNanoTox recognizes both the clinical and the laboratory aspects of Biology, Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Medicine, and Diagnostics. BioNanoTox offers a variety of educational tools to instruct a diverse audience. Experts in academia, industrial scientists, and laboratory specialists will have an opportunity to share the latest information through a combination of lectures, case studies, and poster abstracts.
QT 36.5 B521 2010
Biology, Nanotechnology, Toxicology and Applications: Proceedings of the 4th BioNanoTox and Applications Research Conference: Little Rock, Arkansas 21-22 October 2009/main editor Olga Tarasenko
Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics, 2010
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Wednesday, September 8, 2010
The featured book from the current New Books List is Giving Through Teaching: How Nurse Educators are Changing the World, edited by Arkansan Cathleen M. Schultz, Joyce Fitzpatrick, and Tonia Aiken with contributions by UAMS College of Nursing Faculty: Shannon Finley, Joy Jennings, Susan Ritchie, Jan Rooker, and Cheryl Schmidt.
This book celebrates the remarkable stories of nurse educators from around the globe. The volume editors have gathered an extensive and compelling body of stories from more than 70 nurse educators, detailing their professional and personal experiences - their goals, challenges, and tremendous breakthroughs in the field.
A major component of the book is the profile of international work of US Educators. In doing so, the volume showcases the exciting diversity of the nursing profession itself. This collection of stories will quickly become and inspiration for nurse educators everywhere.
-Barnes and Noble
WY 18 G449 2010
Giving Through Teaching: How Nurse Educators are Changing the World/edited by Cathleen Schultz, Joyce Fitzpatrick and Tonia Aiken
New York: Springer Publishing Co., 2010