In the MediaLocal quadriplegic man fights for TennCare benefits, an article about APSU alum Marvin Berry Jr., was featured July 27 in the Robertson County Times. Berry was pictured in his APSU graduation regalia.
NAACP chapter to meet at APSU was featured in The Leaf-Chronicles College Update July 29. The listing mentioned Kathleen Evans, the groups adviser and secretary for University recreation at APSU.
Austin Peay has security breach on Web page was a featured story on WSMV-Channel 4s news broadcasts July 30.
“Local quadriplegic man fights for TennCare benefits,” an article about APSU alum Marvin Berry Jr., was featured July 27 in the Robertson County Times. Berry was pictured in his APSU graduation regalia.
“NAACP chapter to meet at APSU” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” July 29. The listing mentioned Kathleen Evans, the group's adviser and secretary for University recreation at APSU.
“Austin Peay has security breach on Web page” was a featured story on WSMV-Channel 4's news broadcasts July 30.
“Austin Peay security breach has been fixed” was featured on WTVF-Channel 5's news broadcasts July 30.
“Computer security breach at area university” ran on WKRN-Channel 2's news broadcasts July 30.
APSU President Sherry Hoppe's appointment as chair-elect of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Industrial Development Board made the “Appointments and Transitions” section of Business Tennessee's August 2005 issue.
“Austin Peay State University—B.S. in Criminal Justice with Homeland Security for Law Enforcement Concentration” was featured in the FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Project Activity Report for Aug. 1-5. The e-newsletter is distributed nationally.
“Local students move in ‘upward direction': Schools progress in No Child federal goals,” the cover story of The Leaf-Chronicle Aug. 2, featured a photo of APSU student Chris Roby tutoring a local middle-school student.
“Authors bring fresh twist to old tales,” the topic of Debbie Shoulders' “Story Time” column in the Aug. 2 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle, mentioned writer Ann Patchett's appearance at APSU in the introduction.
“Historian details times of women in the South,” a story about Dr. Minoa Uffelman's presentation to local Farm Bureau Women about women's lives in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section Aug. 3.
APSU scholarship recipient Matthew Mitchell was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” Aug. 3.
Dr. Jordy Rocheleau, assistant professor of philosophy, was pictured for the article, “CranioSacral Therapy assists body's healing process,” in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Aug. 3. His wife, Miyo Kachi, is a massage therapist trained in Chinese CranioSacral Therapy.
“Remodeling at APSU brings on big challenges: Officials looking for $2.7 million to pay for equipment, furnishings” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 1. The story on the McCord Building renovation included comments from Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, Ben Pratt, director of the physical plant, and Dr. Joe Ann Burgess, interim director for the School of Nursing.
“Remodeling at Austin Peay State University Brings on Big Challenges” also was picked up and distributed via UBdaily, the e-newsletter of University Business magazine.
“Punch and Judy take stage at APSU's Trahern Theatre” was featured in the “Best Bets” of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Aug. 5. The story quoted Sally Welch, adjunct acting instructor, and Elijah Dies, an APSU graduate student. APSU students Jamie Farmer and Dies were pictured.