Book Stacks

Stack of books featuring recently published books by faculty and alumni.

Recent books published by members of the UB GSE community

Coauthored by Ji-Won Son, associate professor, learning and instruction. This book, published by Springer in 2019, offers perspectives for teaching math to linguistically and culturally diverse learners, using insights from the practices of Korean teachers who teach math to multicultural students struggling with language barriers.

Written by Catherine Cook-Cottone, associate dean for academic affairs and professor of counseling, school and educational psychology, published by W.W. Norton this year, has tools for clinicians to restore health and incorporate self-care, thoughtful eating, yoga and other practices to support selfregulation and healing.

Co-edited by Heidi Julien, professor of information science, published Rowman & Littlefield this year, demystifies the Association of College and Research Libraries guidelines, information literacy instruction and the teaching of new librarians.

Co-authored by Raechele Pope, associate dean, faculty and student affairs, chief diversity officer and associate professor educational leadership and policy, and Amy Reynolds, professor of counseling, school and educational psychology. This second edition, published in 2019 by Jossey-Bass, offers updated strategies for student affairs work and reflects current professional practice within increasingly complex multicultural campuses.

Co-authored by John Strong, assistant professor, learning and instruction. Published this year by Guilford Press, it is a second edition, revised and updated with lesson plans and teaching tools for word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension and writing, formatted for easy photocopying and with print materials for web downloading.

Illustrated, written and published by Desiree Williams (MA/AC ‘15, School Psychology). This is a picture book, available on Amazon, about how special and beautiful it is to be a child of color. “With simple pictures and language, it tells the story of the rich culture that our brilliant brown babies have,” she writes. One of her messages: Children of all races can celebrate diversity!