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Did you see APSU featured in the Dec. 13 issue of Army Times? The story, ‘Pay delay doesnt have to hurt focused on several APSU students using the GI Bill deferred-payment program to delay payment until 30 days before the end of a term. The story offered comments from Donna Price, interim director of student financial aid, VA Counselor Elizabeth Stonerock and students John McKinney and Joseph Murphy. Stonerock, McKinney, VA Counselor Mary Cochran and Greg Ross, associate director of student financial aid, were photographed for the piece.
Did you see APSU featured in the Dec. 13 issue of Army Times? The story, “‘Pay delay' doesn't have to hurt” focused on several APSU students using the GI Bill deferred-payment program to delay payment until 30 days before the end of a term. The story offered comments from Donna Price, interim director of student financial aid, VA Counselor Elizabeth Stonerock and students John McKinney and Joseph Murphy. Stonerock, McKinney, VA Counselor Mary Cochran and Greg Ross, associate director of student financial aid, were photographed for the piece.

APSU's newly inducted Omicron Delta Kappa members were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Jan. 7.

APSU was listed as one of the Downtown District Partnership's redevelopment district on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Jan. 9. The story, “Damage puts new spin on downtown rebirth,” was the first in a series on the rebuilding of downtown Clarksville.

“Research begins on education indexing: APSU gets grant for national study,” a story on APSU's $403,500 grant from Lumina Foundation for Education, was featured on front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Jan. 10. The story offered comments from Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs.

“City faces state wastewater penalties: Project with APSU could offset some of $250K fine” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Jan. 11. APSU's Center of Excellence for Field Biology and biology department are partnering with the Clarksville Gas and Water department to study the quality of storm water runoff downtown.