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October 21, 2003


When The Leaf-Chronicle called for an expert on human resources and pay scales in the public sector, Dr. Roy Baker, an assistant professor in finance, management and marketing obliged. The resulting story, "Gas, Water pay study possibly skewed," ran in the Oct. 13 edition.
October 21, 2003


When The Leaf-Chronicle called for an expert on human resources and pay scales in the public sector, Dr. Roy Baker, an assistant professor in finance, management and marketing obliged. The resulting story, "Gas, Water pay study possibly skewed," ran in the Oct. 13 edition.

Dr. Jerry Plummer, assistant professor of ecomomics, and Dr. John Volker, assistant professor of management, were each quoted in the story "E-mailing still a fast form of world communication," which ran in the Oct. 13 edition of The Leaf-Chronicle. Their quotes came from a Local Angle distributed by Rebecca Mackey, communication specialist.

APSU's nursing program made the news in two articles: "Pursuing a career of caring" and "Project Nightingale gives teens glimpse of nursing" (The Leaf-Chronicle, Oct. 14). Kathy Martin, director of the School of Nursing, said APSU has 600 declared nursing majors on the main campus this fall—an all-time high for the University.

An Oct. 20 professional development seminar for APSU education majors made the news in “APSU's future teachers receive guidance” (The Leaf-Chronicle, Oct. 21). The seminar was hosted by APSU's chapter of the Student Tennessee Education Association and Student Government Association.