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Baiza’s work selected for national climate-awareness book club

The anthology Fire & Water: Stories from the Anthropocene, which features work by Director of the Advising and Academic Support Center, Tomas Baiza, will be featured by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education as part of its upcoming climate fiction, or Cli-Fi, book club for college educators and sustainability advocates. Baiza’s contribution to the collection, “A Seal’s Song,” tells the story of a young seal who leads a raid on a Russian fishing village.

The book club is open to faculty, counselors, student affairs professionals, librarians and administrators, and is structured like a mini-course, meeting weekly to discuss four works of literary fiction. For more information on the course and the books, visit the organization’s website.