Textbook Contract Review Grant | Past Recipients

Joseph Jaksa, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Saginaw Valley State University, received a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for his textbook, Security 101: An Introduction to the Private Security Industry, published by Carolina Academic Press in February 2015.

Danae Hudson and Brooke Whisenhunt were awarded a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for their textbook, Introductory Psychology, to be published by Pearson Education.

Mark Cunningham has been awarded a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for his textbook, Neoclassical Physics, to be published by Springer.

Jenia Walter, an Associate Professor of English at San Juan College, was awarded a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for her upcoming textbook, Building Writing Skills the Hands-on Way (working title), published in 2015 by Cengage Learning.

Eric Weinstein, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Suffolk County Community College, Huntington, NY, was awarded a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for his textbook, Microsoft Excel 2013: Comprehensive, published by Labyrinth Learning in 2013.

Andrew Jacobs, MA, and Melissa Gillis, ABD, SUNY Rockland, Suffern, NY was awarded a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for his textbook, Gender Studies: an Interdisciplinary Approach, published by Oxford University Press.

Margaret Borkowski, Associate Professor, Psychology, Saginaw Valley State University, Bay City, MI, received a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for her textbook, Sleep and Dreams, by Worth Publishers in winter 2016.

Rachelle Brunn, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies, Virginia Tech, Dannielle Joy Davis, East Tennessee State University, and James Olive, Ashland University, received a TAA Textbook Contract Review Grant for their textbook, Intersectionality and Research in Education, published by Peter Lang in 2014.

Co-authors Andrew Jacobs, Professor of Speech and Director of Forensics at SUNY Rockland Community College, and Melissa Gillis, Professor of Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies and Women and Violence in Literature, received a Textbook Contract Review Grant for their book, Gender Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach, published by Oxford University Press. 

 
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