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Maryalice Yakutchik

Our alumni are prolific. When we asked alumni authors to share their work, more than 70 responded and sent us thrillers, textbooks, historical fiction, memoirs, and much more. Here's just a sampling of books deserving top-of-the-stack status on your bedside table. 


Inside a Refugee Crisis: My Time in South Sudan

Sandy Althomsons, MHS ’01

Inside a Refugee Crisis: My Time in South Sudan

The Long Hello, Memory, My Mother and Me

Cathie Borrie, MPH ’81

The Long Hello, Memory, My Mother and Me

Nanny’s Pearls, Lessons that Shaped an Orphan’s Life

Kamiab Delfanian, MD, MPH ’07

Nanny’s Pearls, Lessons that Shaped an Orphan’s Life

Catching Homelessness, A Nurse's Story of Falling Through the Safety Net

Josephine Ensign, MPH ’92, DrPH ’96

Catching Homelessness, A Nurse’s Story of Falling Through the Safety Net

The Metabolic Dance: How Digestion Transforms Food and Enables Life

Norman G. Hord, MPH ’95 and Teresa L. Johnson, MSPH/RD ’12

The Metabolic Dance: How Digestion Transforms Food and Enables Life

Rabid, A Cultural History of the World’s Most Diabolical Virus

Monica Murphy, DVM, MPH ’10 and Bill Wasik

Rabid, A Cultural History of the World’s Most Diabolical Virus

The Champion Mindset, An Athlete’s Guide to Mental Toughness

Joanna Zeiger, MS, PhD, ’01

The Champion Mindset, An Athlete’s Guide to Mental Toughness

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