If you are a student and a Mom under the age of 25, please join us for lunch today at the Foy. Govs Young Parenting Program is an opportunity to get to know other students like yourself and use the opportunity for peer mentoring and networking.
Join Austin Peay's beloved professor Mickey Wadia as he leads the Govs Trail to Success and teaches us to touch history. The walk is Tue. and Wed. at 12:15pm. It is slow, inclusive and lasts 1/2 hour, come enjoy the sunshine.
Antarctic authority James McClintock, presents "From penguins to plankton - the impacts of climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula” at 11:15 today in SSC E106A. The Antarctic Peninsula is one of the most rapidly warming regions of the planet. Dr. McClintock, Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham, offers a compelling overview of the impacts of warming on the marine ecology of this unique environment.
This is an open townhall discussion about life at APSU with APSU Executive leadership, including Dr. Alisa White, the University President! Join us, and voice your opinions on what affects you as an APSU student. Have a specific question to ask the panel? Email firstname.lastname@example.org before March 30th to add it to the discussion!
Graduating Seniors, take this chance to participate in the Spring 2015 African American Graduation Recognition Ceremony. If you are interested please visit our website www.apsu.edu/aacc for more information on how to register. Deadline to register is April 22.
Dr. Gruszczynski and Kate Hunt will lecture Monday, March 30, 2015 at 2:30 in the MUC 305 over "Treaty Ratification and Human Rights: The Case of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women". This lecture is free and open to the entire campus. Light refreshments will be provided for you! JOIN US!
All students need 39 hours of upper div elective credit. Do something fun, go for Classics! All readings are in English. Greek Civilization CLAS 3610 17 2864, origins of democracy. Helpful for English, Ed, history/PolSci majors. A must for Ed majors, Greek Mythology CLAS 3310 W1 3078 on-line, and Greek Religion CLAS 3410 10 3079. Increase your vocab with Etymology (1 hr course) LING 3010 14 2881.
Seats open in both sections of elementary Latin. Latin increases vocab, helps with English grammar, makes learning other languages easier, sharpens your mind. No grade for speaking, 3 day schedule. GREAT for English, history, ed., all sciences especially pre-med, poli sci, all benefit from studying Latin. You'll use it every day. LATN 1010 01 2870, 8 AM MWF OR LATN 1010 05 2873, 10 AM MWF.
English, ed., biology, history, philosophy, art, physics, pre-med, archaeology, political science, no matter where you are, the Greeks were there first! Hey, you're in college, do something different, take Greek. No grade for speaking, small class! 3 day hybrid schedule. If you love the New Testament come join us in elementary Greek! No substitute for the original. GREK 1010 03 2865 MWF @ 9.
The Creative Writing Club will host its 4th Annual Formal Spring Reading in MUC Ballroom A on March 30, 2015. Doors for the event will open at 6:30pm, and the reading will begin at 7:00pm. Please, support Austin Peay's creative writers, enjoy some free coffee, and come out for a terrifyingly eclectic and literary evening.