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Community Read 2015-16
We are pleased to announce the EdCC Community Read for 2015-16
Early Warming: Crisis and Response in the Climate-Changed North
by Nancy Lord
to help us explore our 2015-16 Campus Common Theme:
Common Theme: Shift Happens
Shift Happens is EdCC's second annual Common Theme! Be on the lookout for events, speakers, courses and more as the EdCC Campus Community considers how change impacts us all in the 2015-16 academic year.
ACCE is generously providing FREE copies of Early Warming to the Campus Community. Stay tuned for availability dates and pick up locations.
Why we have a book read at EdCC
Each year, the campus and community come together to read one book in order to:
- Build community through a common intellectual experience.
- Promote literacy across the campus and community through the adoption of thoughtful, noteworthy works of literature or scholarship.
- Offer faculty an opportunity to invigorate curriculum with vital issues and great ideas.
- Enrich the lives of students, faculty, staff and the people of South Snohomish County.