George Washington Carver was an accomplished botanist, known for his discovery of many uses for the peanut, but his life required great perseverance and character to overcome a wealth of societal obstacles.
Thinking about turning over a new leaf during the new year? If so, how do you come up with a plan that really works? Socio-economist and CEO of the Landmark Research Group, Dr. Randall Bell, is out with a new book, Rich Habits, Rich Life.
One of the cruel abuses of slavery in America was that slaves were forbidden to read and write. But as Trinity College Associate Professor of English and American Studies Christopher Hager reveals in his latest book, Word by Word: Emancipation and the Act of Writing, some enslaved African Americans did learn to read and write, and during the early years of emancipation thousands more became literate.
Cincinnati’s Seven Hills School is presenting its 30th anniversary Books for Lunch lecture series, where acclaimed authors visit the school and are guest speaker at a luncheon at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.
In his new book, CEO Power & Light, Melink Corporation founder and CEO Steve Melink makes the case that sustainability and clean energy are natural extensions of being respectful and honest toward others.