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2nd Annual Faculty Research Forum continues

Austin Peay State Universitys Second Annual Faculty Research Forum continues with a presentation titled, Marian MacDowell: A Composers Wife Composes a Life on Her Own, by Dr. Ann L. Silverberg, professor of music.

The presentation will be held from 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 9 in APSUs University Center, Room 303.

Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Faculty Research Forum is designed to provide an opportunity for faculty to present research findings to their peers, students and other interested parties.
Austin Peay State University's Second Annual Faculty Research Forum continues with a presentation titled, “Marian MacDowell: A Composer's Wife Composes a Life on Her Own,” by Dr. Ann L. Silverberg, professor of music.

The presentation will be held from 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 9 in APSU's University Center, Room 303.

Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Faculty Research Forum is designed to provide an opportunity for faculty to present research findings to their peers, students and other interested parties.

The monthly forums, which are open to the public at no charge, will address a variety of research topics and should stimulate interdisciplinary connections.

The next Faculty Research Forum presentation, “Tomato Clubs as Salvation: Virginia P. Moore's Attempts to Educate Girls to Improve Southern Rural Society,” will be presented by Dr. Minoa Uffelman on Thursday, March 2.

For more information, telephone the Office of Academic Affairs at (931) 221-7676. — Crissy Laubach-Young