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Dr. Jerry Plummer, assistant professor of economics, was quoted frequently in a three- day series of articles that ran in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette from June 27 to 29, 2004. The series, titled A Rising Tide of Bankruptcies, by Phillip Reese and David Mercer involved the rising number of bankruptcies in Arkansas. Plummer was consulted to give information on Tennessee and national bankruptcy numbers and rationales. His numerous papers have involved bankruptcy, its causes and possibilities of correction.
Dr. Jerry Plummer, assistant professor of economics, was quoted frequently in a three- day series of articles that ran in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette from June 27 to 29, 2004. The series, titled “A Rising Tide of Bankruptcies,” by Phillip Reese and David Mercer involved the rising number of bankruptcies in Arkansas. Plummer was consulted to give information on Tennessee and national bankruptcy numbers and rationales. His numerous papers have involved bankruptcy, its causes and possibilities of correction.

The APSU Educational Opportunity Center's marriage workshop was showcased Aug. 25 on Cable Channel 9.

Austin Peay's brief power outage made the evening news on WSMV-Channel 4.

“APSU adds security cameras: Surveillance system enhances commitment to campus safety” was the headline of The Leaf-Chronicle's Sept. 2 edition. The story, which said APSU “has a reputation as the state's safest college,” offered comments from Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, Lt. Ron Szlosek, interim campus police chief, Dr. Jennifer Meningall, vice president for student affairs, and students Marvin Berry, Chitiaka Phipps and Georgia Brown.

Austin Peay's status as having the biggest preliminary enrollment increase in the Tennessee Board of Regents system made the “Local” section of The Leaf-Chronicle Sept. 2. The story quoted Dennie Burke, executive director of the Office of Public Relations and Marketing.

Photos from Austin Peay's Red Parade made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Sept. 2.

Austin Peay's addition of about 100 security cameras to campus made the evening news on WSMV-Channel 4 and News Channel 5.

“APSU tops 8,000 students” was front-page news in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Sept. 3. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe, Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for finance and administration, Gerald Beavers, executive director for the APSU Center at Fort Campbell, and freshman Amanda Winnett.

“Report: Austin Peay has least crime” ran in The Tennessean's “Local” section Sept. 3. The story offered comments from Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, Lt. Ron Szlosek, interim campus police chief, and student Marvin Berry.

“APSU Tops 8,000 Students” was transmitted across the country via University Business Magazine's “UBdaily” e-newsletter Sept. 3.

“Ministering to APSU students: Local Christian student centers offer fellowship, place to interact” was the cover story of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Sept. 4.

Barbara Hudson's faculty recital made The Leaf-Chronicle's Sept. 4-7 “Calendar.”

A call to audition for the Clarksville Community Chorus ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Sept. 5. Auditions are being held at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 9, in the music/mass communication building.

“Black Water,” the upcoming exhibit by Professor of Art Kell Black, was profiled in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Sept. 5.

The APSU/Clarksville Community Concert Artist Series was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Sept. 5. The story offered comments from Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music and president of the concert series' board of directors.

Lt. Ron Szlosek, interim chief of police and director of public safety, was interviewed for a story on campus thieves targeting electronics statewide in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Sept. 6.

Joe Coneo, a culinary instructor at the APSU Center at Fort Campbell, was featured as The Leaf-Chronicle's “Cook of the Week” Sept. 6.

The opening reception for Professor of Art Kell Black's “Black Water” drawing exhibit made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Sept. 6-7.

Austin Peay was featured as the Tennessee university with the largest enrollment increase in the Sept. 7 edition of “Transcript,” an online newsletter for the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.