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Biology student featured on NPT

Austin Peay State University graduate student Nathalie Smith was featured recently in an episode of Nashville Public Televisions (NPT) Tennessees Wild Side.

The segment featured Smiths thesis project, which documents the movements of people and snakes, especially the Western Cottonmouth, along the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail near Ashland City.
Austin Peay State University graduate student Nathalie Smith was featured recently in an episode of Nashville Public Television's (NPT) “Tennessee's Wild Side.”

The segment featured Smith's thesis project, which documents the movements of people and snakes, especially the Western Cottonmouth, along the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail near Ashland City.

Smith began her graduate work at APSU in the fall of 2007. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tampa. She currently works as a graduate assistant in the general biology program and serves as a research assistant in the Center of Excellence for Field Biology.

For more information, contact Dr. A. Floyd Scott, professor of biology, (931) 221-7776. -- Barry A. Williams