StoryCorps, a national oral history project, will be on campus to discuss how story telling relates to public speaking. StoryCorps works to record and preserve stories from all types of Americans, that will become an oral history of America. All interviews recorded by StoryCorps are archived in the StoryCorps Archive at the American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress.
The APSU Staff Senate would like to formally invite APSU staff for an ice cream social as a thank you for your hard work this semester. Shake the stress off and join us in the MUC Plaza from 12-2 for some ice cream, music, and good times. Please RSVP by visiting
Join the Political Science Department and student organizations for FREE PIZZA AND DRINKS on Thursday April 30 at noon outside the Political Science office in Clement 143. We will be passing out study tips and have break out study sessions. This is open to the entire campus.
Want to learn more about QuickBooks? Save time on every day financial tasks for both personal and business use. Designed for beginning students, this class explores the software's wide range of tools and tasks. Learn to accurately manage your financial data, complete tasks with familiar forms and automatic updates, and generate powerful reports. Cost is $90. Early registration discount applies.
The university will hold a thank you reception for Jaime Taylor from 2-3:30 pm on Mon., May 4 in the Morgan University Center Ballroom A. Dr. Taylor has done a wonderful job as Interim Provost/VP for Academic Affairs, and he will continue to serve the University as he returns to the College of Science and Mathematics as dean June 1. Please join us as we thank him for his service.
If you need to complete a Natural Sciences core class or Social and Behavior Science core class quickly, the Department of Geosciences is offering GEOL 1040 (Physical Geology), GEOL 1050 (Historical Geology), and GEOG 1010 (Physical Geography) during the May Summer Session (May 11-29). These courses are a great way to complete some of your general education requirements in only three weeks!
The Govs Programming Council (GPC) is having a dance party on study day! Join us for "Let's Glow Peay" from 7-10pm in MUC Ballroom after your day of studying. We will have food, a photobooth, glow giveaways, music, and dancing!
Don't miss out on the Service- Learning Showcases this week! Tuesday 6 pm - 8 pm in Clement Auditorium is the Communication SL Course showcase, and then Wednesday 4- 5:30 pm in MUC Ballroom A are the rest of the SL showcase presentations. Light refreshments at both showcases!
Center for Service - Learning & Community Engagement
The APSU Military/Veteran Recognition Ceremony will be held at 5 p.m. on May 6 in the MMC Mabry Concert Hall. These graduates will be presented with a coin and military cord (free of charge) for their commencement regalia. If you are a Military or Veteran student who is schedule to graduate this spring, please RSVP to Michele Jones at (931) 221-1454 or email@example.com by April 29.
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