University of Louisville Magazine

SUMMER 2017

The University of Louisville Alumni Magazine: for alumni, faculty, staff, students and anyone that is a UofL Cardinal fan.

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A L U M N I L I F E S U M M E R 2 0 1 7 U o f L M A G A Z I N E | 5 7 Shirley Carroll, 65A, 69GA, and Jim Carroll, 66A, 69MD, wrote a memoir "Faith in Crisis — How God Shows Up When You Need Him Most," about their experiences in Kuwait during the Iraq invasion. Michael Vetter, 65S, published "AEROSPACED OUT," which recaptures moments of the 1950s and 1960s in Louisville. Patricia J. Morris, 67A, 87GE, published "This is it… Your Miracle… Stand Up & Fight!," an inspirational guide to teaching history in high school. C. Ronald Corum, 71A, 73GA, 75GA, published "Frederick Weygold Artist and Ethnographer of North American Indians" in conjunction with the Speed Art Museum's exhibition "Picturing American Indian Cultures: The Art of Kentucky's Frederick Weygold." Katie Glauber Bush, 72A, published "Sole Man" and "Queen of the May." Her writing was honored by the San Francisco chapter of the National League of American Pen Women in 2012 and 2013. Daniel Lawless, 83GA, wrote two short stories, "The Dean Has No Comments" and "The Old Masters," published in Ploughshares winter issue 2016. Rita Fleming, 85MD, published two children's books, "Does Grandma Have a Mustache?" and "Did Grandpa's Dog Pass Gas?" Fleming won the President's Award for the Florida Authors & Publisher's Association. Sheri Riley, 90B, published a personal growth book called "Exponential Living: Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are." (See story, page 50) Karl Besel, 93GK, 00GB, published "Passing the Torch: Planning for the Next Generation of Leaders in Public Service." This book describes how to face and manage leadership challenges in the public service industry. Tajuana L. Butler–Jackson, 94A, published a book of poetry called "In Love." Dan Schmitt, 00A, 07GB, authored, "The Greatest City in Sports" about Louisville. Michael Grimes, 02GK, self-published "Cropper Reflections," a collection of photos and stories about the history of Cropper, Kentucky. Charles Anderson, 06A, published an article, "Tolerogenic Phenotype of IFN-g– Induced IDO+ Dendritic Cells Is Maintained via an Autocrine IDO–Kynurenine/ AhR–IDO Loop," in "The Journal of Immunology." Roniqua Jeffries, 10B, self-published a personal growth book "Can I Live? The Advice Every Black Girl Needs but Doesn't Know it Yet." She shares advice on how to live in spite of adversity. Tiffany Robinson, 10GP, published a children's book "Zoe's Garden" about a girl who makes a decision to overcome her fears and challenges. Professor Julie Peteet wrote a book called "Space and Mobility in Palestine" about the concept of mobility among Palestinians in Israel. This listing represents a selection of the books published by Louisville alumni in recent months. Submissions may be held for future magazine issues due to space limitations. Are you a published author in any format? Let us know the latest and where readers can find you at alumni@louisville.edu. Bookshelf

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