One Campus, One Book
One Campus, One Book is the common reading program at UAS-Juneau. It's a celebration of literature and the relationships and communities that develop between readers and writers. The program grew out of the Student Success Forum with the goal of helping foster community and compassion on campus. The program's first year (2010) featured David Issay's Listening is an Act of Love and a corresponding campus oral history project (The UAS Listening Project) collected the stories of students, faculty and staff. In 2012 the program was formalized as a program of the Egan Library, a selection committee established and in 2013 program goals and criteria were adopted.
Collections in this community
The One Campus, One Book selection for 2015-16 is Blonde Indian: an Alaska Native Memoir / by Ernestine Hayes.