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River Publishers are now available in the Americas through Stylus Publishing

Tom Croft on "Your Money and Business"
Tom Croft, co-author of The Responsible Investor Handbook appeared on MPT's show "Your Money and Business" to discuss responsible investment to make money and do good. View the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCcCp5lWL9w

Stylus and NISOD Partner to Bring New Titles
The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) and Stylus Publishing are pleased to announce a special offer for faculty, staff, and administrators at NISOD member colleges. To further their commitment to educator and student success, NISOD and Stylus Publishing are partnering
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Are Colleges Too Obsessed With Smartness?
Alexander Astin, author of the new Stylus title, Are You Smart Enough?, is featured in this new interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Turning Models into Apps
Dr. Mehrzad Tabatabaian blogs at COMSOL.com and discusses the concepts in his latest book COMSOL 5 for Engineers in this post.

The Future MBA Giselle Weybrecht
"This inspirational book is jam packed with ideas, and is a call to action for students and alumni to push the boundaries of the impact that they and their business schools can have on creating a more sustainable world for all. A must-read for all students interested in the positive role that business,
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Transformational Resilience Bob Doppelt
“My humble suggestion is to read this book and to share it widely. That's just what I'm doing and I'm happy to have my own copy that I can mark up over and over again. It now looks like a tie dye shirt that makes me smile. Transformational Resilience could well be a game changer and a daily dose
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