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APSU faculty members present and publish

Faculty and staff at Austin Peay State University recently brought recognition to the University through their professional, scholarly and personal development activities.

Inga Filippo, professor of library science, and Sharon Johnson, associate professor of library science, along with Christina Chester-Fangman, Nancy Gibson and Philenese Slaughter, all assistant professors of library science, were recognized recently by the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) as Trainers of the Month for providing for their instructional expertise with TEL.
Faculty and staff at Austin Peay State University recently brought recognition to the University through their professional, scholarly and personal development activities.

Inga Filippo, professor of library science, and Sharon Johnson, associate professor of library science, along with Christina Chester-Fangman, Nancy Gibson and Philenese Slaughter, all assistant professors of library science, were recognized recently by the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) as Trainers of the Month for providing for their instructional expertise with TEL.

Dr. Marsha Lyle-Gonga, director of the High School Upward Bound program at APSU, presented at the 28th annual conference of the Council for Opportunity in Education, held Sept. 9-12 in San Antonion, Texas. Her presentation was titled “Increasing Parent Involvement Means Student Success.”

Dr. Dwayne Estes, instructor of biology, co-authored an article, titled “Tennessee's Obed Wild and Scenic River: A Botanical Crosswords” and published in the September/October 2009 Tennessee Conservationist. He co-authored it with Chris Fleming, a botanist and senior project scientist with BDY Environmental LLC in Nashville.