DE will present two faculty development sessions on Thursday, May 28. "Multimedia: Camtasia Advanced" will take place from 10-11 a.m. and "D2L I: Quizzes & Surveys" will take place from 2-3 p.m. Both sessions will be held in McReynolds 219. Register in advance at the link below. To view the entire DE faculty development calendar, go to https://www.apsu.edu/online/faculty-development.
Papa John’s Pizza offers a daily 35% discount on regularly menu priced items at all corporate locations. APSU Athletics will receive 5% of all gross sales generated from online orders anytime the code GOVS is used. You will be given the discount after your order is finalized. Online orders only.
The Community School of the Arts has a new Summer Sampler Series designed for parents, grandparents and caregivers to experience our classes. In June and July we will host 12 three-hour workshops for children ages 6-10 and adults to attend together. Cost is $50 for both adult and child, sibling and bundling discounts are available. Visit the CSA summer program site for a full list and to register.
UREC invites all APSU faculty/staff/students to join us every Wednesday night at 5 p.m. for Ultimate Frisbee. Beginning this week (May 27) we will meet every Wednesday night at the I.M. Field, on Drain Street, for the remainder of the summer. This weekly game is free and there is no registration, just show up ready to play!
The Summer at the CSA program is coming soon and space is limited. If you are interested in camps for your children/teens or want to take part in our new Summer Sampler Series for parents and children, now is the time to register. These programs are created and administered by the finest in the area. You do not want to miss out.
Student Transitions will be hosting a Govs R.O.W. on May 27th for Summer School students. As you see new students on campus please feel free to welcome them to the APSU family! Govs R.O.W. events will happen throughout the Summer. If you have questions about these events please contact our office at 221.7607.
Classics course, prefix CLAS, are taught in English. Have fun learning about the ancient world. Religion, mythology (online), and Greek civilization all have seats available. Mythology, CLAS 3310 W1 3078, Greek/Roman Religion CLAS 3410 10 3079, Greek Civ CLAS 3610 17 2864. Upper division elective credit for any major. The past just may be your future!
A few seats remain in Elem. Greek for fall. GREK 1010-03 2865, hybrid, MWF 9:05. Learn the basics of ancient Greek and be ready to read the New Testament, Plato, or Homer next year. Seats also open in Elem. Latin, also hybrid MWF. LATN 1010-01 2870, 8 AM, LATN 1010-05 2873, 10 AM. English, all Sciences, History, Pol.Sci, Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Education, all majors benefit from knowing Latin or Greek.
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