One Book Program

What's New

Find out what's new with USA by reading the meeting minutes or by contacting your USA representative

USA Book Loan Program

In cooperation with the One Book Program, The University Staff Assembly makes a limited number of copies of the current One Book available to staff through the USA One Book Lending Program.

This year’s selection is Full Body Burden: Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats by Kristen Iversen.  Quoting Dwight Garner’s September 2012 New York Times review:

"Full Body Burden is a simmering and sickening book that runs on two downward sloping tracks. The first is the story of Ms. Iverson’s largely pastoral middle-class childhood. [...] This book’s other track is serious investigative journalism. Ms. Iverson has delivered an intimate history of the environmental abuses at Rocky Flats, which opened in 1952, and the history of how those abuses have been systematically covered up."

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To borrow a copy of the book (2 week time limit), please contact one of the following USA reps:

Aaron Eichenberger

CLV 104


Michelle Bianco

SQU 320


Veronica Pruitt

RVR 3018


Rachel Garcia

NPA 2008