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Inga Filippo, associate professor and librarian, and Dr. Ellen Kanervo, professor of communication, presented a paper on Dorothy Dix at the Popular Culture of the South Conference held recently in Savannah, Ga.

Both Filippo and Kanervo organized the Dorothy Dix Collection housed in the Dorothy Dix Room at APSUs Woodward Library.

Dix, a Montgomery County native born as Elizabeth Meriwether, was one of the premier journalists and advice columnists of the 20th century.
Inga Filippo, associate professor and librarian, and Dr. Ellen Kanervo, professor of communication, presented a paper on Dorothy Dix at the Popular Culture of the South Conference held recently in Savannah, Ga.

Both Filippo and Kanervo organized the Dorothy Dix Collection housed in the Dorothy Dix Room at APSU's Woodward Library.

Dix, a Montgomery County native born as Elizabeth Meriwether, was one of the premier journalists and advice columnists of the 20th century.

One of the highest paid journalists in the country, Dix wrote her columns until 1949 when she suffered a stroke. She died two years later at age 90.

Dr. Stephen A. Truhon, assistant professor of psychology, presented a paper, titled “What Do Military Equal Opportunity Advisors Do? A Job Analysis,” at the annual conference of the International Military Testing Association on Oct. 3 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.