Check out this collection of new books addressing the particular interests and issues of students. Check out our past lists from 2015,  2016, 20172018, 2019, and 2019b. Today we add some more titles to the list and if you hear of a book or think of a particular topic you think we should add to the collection, please let us know. 🙂

There are more books on these topics available in the circulating collection at the same call numbers. These titles are housed in Cedar Rapids, but you can request them to be delivered to any of the other centers at any time.

Calculus Simplified by Oscar E. Fernandez, Call Number: 615. F363c

Cover of Financial LiteracyEducation Roads Less Traveled: Solving America’s Fixation on Four-Year Degrees by Mitch Pearlstein, Call Number: 378.73 P359e

Financial Literacy for Generation Z: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life by Kenneth O. Doyle, Call Number: 332.024 D754f

Getting from College to Career: 90 things to Do Before You Join the Real World by Lindsey Pollak, Call Number: 378.198 P771g

How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories Behind Effective College Teaching by Joshua R. Eyler, Call Number: 378.125 E977h

PTSD and Coping with Trauma Sourcebook (1st ed.), Call Number: 616.852 P858p 2020

Cover of Getting from College to CareerSafe Enough Spaces: A Pragmatist’s Approach to Inclusion, Free Speech, and Political Correction on College Campuses by Michael S. Roth, Call Number: 378.01 R845s

Student’s Guide to Writing College Papers (5th ed.), Call Number: 808.06 T929s

Study with Me: Effective Bullet Journaling Techniques, Habits, and Hacks to be Successful, Productive, and Organized by Jasmine Shao and Alyssa Jagan, Call Number: 371.302 S528s

Will This Be On the Test?: What Your Professors Really Want You to Know About Succeeding in College by Dana T. Johnson, Call Number: 378.17 J666w

The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes Or Breaks Us by Paul Tough, Call Number: 378.198 T722y

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