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MSJ professors’ books honored at 2016 Ohioana Library Celebration

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Three professors at Mount St. Joseph University were honored April 17 at the 2016 Ohioana Library Celebration at the Main Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Each year, the Ohioana Library Celebration recognizes Ohio authors who have published books.

Mount professors John Ballard, Ph.D., professor of management, Gene Kritsky, Ph.D., professor of biology, and Beth Murray, Ph.D., professor of biology, were honored for their books that were published in 2015.

Dr. Ballard was honored for “Decoding the Workplace: 50 Keys to Understanding People in the Workplace” (Praeger, 2015). Dr. Kritsky was honored for his book, “The Tears of Re: Beekeeping in Ancient Egypt” (Oxford University Press, 2015), and Dr. Murray was honored for her book, “Overturning Wrongful Convictions: Science Serving Justice” (Twenty-First Century Books, 2015).