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Dr. Floyd Scott, professor of biology, was quoted in the June 8, 2006, issue of The Tennessean on a story about a cottonmouth snake found earlier this spring by a hunter in west Tennessees Big Sandy area.

Scott has studied snakes for more than 30 years. According to the article, he never has been bitten in his three decades of working with poisonous snakes.
Dr. Floyd Scott, professor of biology, was quoted in the June 8, 2006, issue of The Tennessean on a story about a cottonmouth snake found earlier this spring by a hunter in west Tennessee's Big Sandy area.

Scott has studied snakes for more than 30 years. According to the article, he never has been bitten in his three decades of working with poisonous snakes.

Martin Golson, instructional specialist in the Academic Support Center, was featured in the 2006 Latino edition of Next Step Publishing magazine. He provided advice to high school juniors about college, with topics ranging from financial aid to campus life.

Cindy Marsh, professor of art, and some of her students were featured in an article published in the May 22, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

The story highlighted Marsh's efforts in helping children ages 12-15 to create T-shirt slogans that express their personalities and learn about the letterpress, activities scheduled as part of the “WASSUP?” workshops hosted by Clarksville Parks and Recreation.

With assistance provided by grant monies Marsh received additional workshops will be offered throughout the summer.

Marsh also was photographed working with students in the letter press workshops in the June 12, 2006, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.