American Indian Health and Nursing

By Margaret Moss ’81

Springer Publishing Company: 2016

A nursing faculty member and assistant dean of diversity and inclusion in the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Nursing, Moss published this work because American Indians have the highest suicide rate for teens, the highest prevalence of diabetes, and one of the lowest life expectancies in the United States. It is the nation’s first nursing textbook tailored to Native Americans.


My Years in the Information Technology Trenches, From Data Processing to Information Technology

By Bruce Johnson ’59, ’62 MS

Trafford Publishing: 2015

Involved in computers since 1956, Johnson tells his often humorous and intriguing adventures over decades in information technology. Johnson retired from teaching at Xavier University in 1998.


Raising Kids with Love, Honor, and Respect: Recipes for Success

By Edie Jones ’60

Ink Water Press: 2015

A helpful guide for parents and educators in the very difficult job of making sure kids thrive as they grow. Jones received a gold medal from the national “Living Now Book Awards” in September for the book.