Award spotlight: FSU Authors Day 2020 honors faculty publications

Every year, Florida State University Libraries and the Office of Faculty Development and Advancement host FSU Authors Day to celebrate published accomplishments by FSU faculty and staff.

FSU Authors Day celebrates FSU faculty who have published books, scores or CDs in the past year. Focusing on topics ranging from an economic analysis of The Beatles to an introduction to underwater archaeology, this year’s published works represent endless hours of research and learning as well as sacrifice, dedication and grit. They also showcase the diversity and variety of scholarship at FSU.

Four members of the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy faculty were recognized for their books:

Elwood D. Carlson,
Sociology and Center for Demography

Randall Holcombe,
Economics

Sue Titus Reid,
Askew School

Samuel R. Staley,
Devoe Moore Center

FSU Authors Day celebrates FSU faculty who have published books, scores or CDs in the past year. Focusing on a wide range of topics, this year’s published works represent endless hours of research and learning as well as sacrifice, dedication and grit. They also showcase the diversity and variety of scholarship at FSU.

“The Libraries are delighted to recognize and celebrate our FSU authors,” said Gale Etschmaier, dean of FSU Libraries. “The creation of new knowledge and scholarship is an important achievement and it is especially appropriate for the Libraries to recognize and honor our faculty and preserve their scholarly works.”

Source for featured image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/selective-focus-photo-of-pile-of-assorted-title-books-1148399/

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