Dr. David Etnier, Emeritus Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, UT-Knoxville, will present “Boulder Darter (Nothonotus wapiti), an endangered Tennessee fish that nearly ‘slipped through the cracks’” at 11:15 on Monday, April 28 in Sundquist E106A. The Boulder Darter likely would have gone extinct before it was discovered, except for a few serendipitous circumstances.
In honor of National Poetry Month, Lauren Bowling, an intern for Zone 3 Press, has created a display in the Felix G. Woodward library for the month of April. This display features screen print broadsides of poetry, the Visiting Writers series information, a complete run of all journals since 1986, and all of Zone 3 Press's published books of poetry.
GEOSCIENCES LUNCHEON AND RECEPTION FOR GRADUATING SENIORS Alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the geosciences are invited to attend the annual Spring luncheon and reception for graduating seniors (from Fall 2013 and Spring 2014) Friday, April 25, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in McCord Building, Room 104.
This Saturday will be a very exciting day at Green Hills 16 Theatre in Nashville. Out of the hundreds of films screened during the past ten days, five will win Audience Awards and five will win Jury Awards. All award winning films will be screened throughout the day. Come see the best of the nation and the world!
American Sign Language (ASL) 1 will run Mons, May 12-July 7, 6-8pm. This class focuses on the basics of ASL, the manual alphabet, fingerspelling, & Deaf Culture. The art of signing music will also be introduced. No experience required. ASL is fun & rewarding. Course fee is $135 until April 27.
The psychology department will honor our spring & summer graduates at a reception on Friday, May 9th from 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Clement 206. Family and friends are also invited to help us celebrate this time of great achievement.
Finish out the semester with GPC's glow dance party, Let's Glow Peay! This FREE event will be held Wednesday, April 30 from 8-11PM in the Red Barn. There will be a DJ and lots of glow sticks - so bring your APSU friends! This event is free and open to all APSU students.
Interested in FREE academic counseling, individualized tutoring, technology support, cultural events, graduate school information and career and professional development? Apply for TRiO Student Support Services! To be eligible you must be a first-generation college student, low-income (based on Federal guidelines) or be registered with Disability Services. Please contact us for more information.
Kindergartners from Barkers Mill will be on campus today. They will be participating in a variety of learning stations in Mass Comm, Trahern, Sundquist, and Claxton. The field trip will end with a picnic and a bit of opera in the concert hall.