UDC Provost's New Book Published, Moving Up the Best Seller Lists
The University of the District of Columbia’s Provost, Dr. Ken Bain, has published a new book, What the Best College Students Do, and the great reviews are already coming in.
With a publication date of August 27, pre-orders for the book have already put it on Amazon's best seller lists:
- Top 1% across Amazon's entire catalog of 1.8 Million books
- #1 on Amazon for Education Research Bestsellers
- #13 on Amazon College & University Education Bestsellers
Some of the reviews:
- Harvard University Press Review (Awarded the book the 2012 Virginia and Warren Stone Prize)
- Inside Higher Ed Review
This book follows Provost Bain's 2004 best seller, What the Best College Teachers Do.
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