In the MediaJanuary 6, 2004
Dr. Patti Wilson, assistant professor of psychology, and Dr. David Kanervo, professor and chair of political science, were featured in Stress of unrealistic expectations can make a blue Christmas, the final piece in The Leaf-Chronicles four-part series on the state of mental health in our community.
Thirty-nine Austin Peay students selected for Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges were recognized in the Dec. 17 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.
January 6, 2004
Dr. Patti Wilson, assistant professor of psychology, and Dr. David Kanervo, professor and chair of political science, were featured in “Stress of unrealistic expectations can make a blue Christmas,” the final piece in The Leaf-Chronicle's four-part series on the state of mental health in our community.
Thirty-nine Austin Peay students selected for “Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” were recognized in the Dec. 17 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.
News that Austin Peay's Phonathon 2003 has raised more than $90,000 so far made the “Schools Update” in the Dec. 19 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.
2003 Socrates Award winners Dr. Patti Wilson, associate professor of psychology, Dr. Jordy Rocheleau, assistant professor of philosophy, and Dr. Robin Reed, assistant professor of chemistry, were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Dec. 19.
News of Austin Peay's proposed Center for the Study of Politics appeared in the Dec. 21 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle. The story featured quotes by Dr. David Kanervo, chair of political science.
The Leaf-Chronicle's Dec. 23 edition featured an article on Austin Peay's collecting about 500 toys at the Lady Govs basketball game Dec. 20. The toys were delivered to Fort Campbell's Junior Enlisted Family Center. The piece offered comments from Rip Watts, the University's corporate relations director.
A feature on Dale and Arlene Kelling spending Christmas in their new home made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's Living section Dec. 25. After Mr. Kelling had a stroke, lost his job and couldn't finish building his log dream home, students in Austin Peay's construction technology program offered to finish the work.
News that Austin Peay alum David Bibb has been named deputy administrator with the General Service Administration made The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 27.
The Leaf-Chronicle profiled Austin Peay alum Peg Harvill in the Dec. 28 edition. According to the article, Harvill, wife of Evans Harvill, is in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease. After studying art at Austin Peay, Harvill became known for her watercolors of local landmarks, including Emerald Hill and Harvill Hall. She donated several paintings for fundraisers at Austin Peay, and she received the University's Ovation award.
Austin Peay's Omicron Delta Kappa induction was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community Spotlight” Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.
2nd Lt. Richard Torres, an Austin Peay graduate, was honored in “The War in Iraq: A Tribute to the Fallen” in the Jan. 1 issue of The Tennessean. The tribute featured comments from Lt. Col. Patrick O'Hara, professor of military science.
The art department's College Art Day and “Me & Myself 6” exhibition were highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Jan. 2.
The Leaf-Chronicle's Jan. 2 “Go” section offered the Frist Center's “Art of Tennessee” exhibit as an entertainment “pick of the week.” The article mentioned works in the show by two Austin Peay art professors, Kell Black and Suta Lee.