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Call for Faculty Research Forum presentations

The Ad Hoc Committee for the Faculty Research Forum invites any faculty member to present his or her research during the 2004-05 Forum.

The Forum provides an opportunity for faculty to share their research with members of the APSU academic community. It is meant to be a venue for sharing research presentations that have been or will be delivered in professional meetings. Each Forum is one hour, with presentations lasting 30-40 minutes and questions from the audience.
The Ad Hoc Committee for the Faculty Research Forum invites any faculty member to present his or her research during the 2004-05 Forum.

The Forum provides an opportunity for faculty to share their research with members of the APSU academic community. It is meant to be a venue for sharing research presentations that have been or will be delivered in professional meetings. Each Forum is one hour, with presentations lasting 30-40 minutes and questions from the audience.

Please send a title and a brief two- or three-sentence description of your proposed presentation to the Office of Academic Affairs no later than March 15, 2004. You may e-mail your proposal to delvendahlt@apsu.edu. The Ad Hoc Committee will then develop a list of presentations for next year's forums.

Ad Hoc Committee members are Dr. Anne Black, associate professor of health and human performance, Dr. Steve Hamilton, professor of biology, Dr. Alvin Hughes, professor of history, Dr. Ellen Kanervo, professor of communication, and Dr. Tim Winters, associate professor of Greek and Latin.

The next Faculty Research Forum will feature Hughes' presentation on “Du Boisan Duality: Path to the Beloved Community” at 3 p.m., Wednesday, March 31, in UC 307.
—Rebecca Mackey