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Austin Peay featured in publication for state legislators

March 25, 2003

The name "Austin Peay" is turning up with new frequency in the Capital Building.

For several weeks, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has sent weekly synopses of major campus news stories to the Tennessee Board of Regents, who assembles and distributes an electronic newsletter. Called "Regents Review," the publication is designed to keep legislators abreast of activities on TBR campuses and, more notably, how member colleges and universities are serving students and contributing to their communities.
March 25, 2003

The name "Austin Peay" is turning up with new frequency in the Capital Building.

For several weeks, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has sent weekly synopses of major campus news stories to the Tennessee Board of Regents, who assembles and distributes an electronic newsletter. Called "Regents Review," the publication is designed to keep legislators abreast of activities on TBR campuses and, more notably, how member colleges and universities are serving students and contributing to their communities.

To review articles in the "Regents Review," go to the TBR Web site.
(http://www.tbr.state.tn.us/newsletter/)