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Dr. Omie Shepherd and Dr. Anne K. Black, both associate professors of health and human performance, presented at the Southern District meeting of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Feb. 14-18 in Chattanooga.

Shepherd presented a poster on Problem-based Learning in Community and Environmental Health, and Black spoke on the topic of Beverage Choices: Nutritional Implications.
Dr. Omie Shepherd and Dr. Anne K. Black, both associate professors of health and human performance, presented at the Southern District meeting of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Feb. 14-18 in Chattanooga.

Shepherd presented a poster on “Problem-based Learning in Community and Environmental Health,” and Black spoke on the topic of “Beverage Choices: Nutritional Implications.”

Dr. Jeffrey Wood, professor of music, has received numerous performances recently throughout the U.S. by nationally known baritone Andrew Garland.
A Web site for the American Arts Network has posted a performance of one of Wood's songs, “Psalm,” from his cycle “Night” as performed by Garland and accompanied by former Roy Acuff Chair in the Creative Arts chair holder Donna Loewy.

Wood's song cycle, “Night,” includes settings of poems by R. S. Thomas, John Clare and Romanian Holocaust survivor Paul Celan.

The Web page can be found at http://www.americanartsnetwork.org.
This season, Garland also is performing Wood's “Four Deadly Serious Songs,” also for baritone and piano, which includes settings of poems by Stephen Crane, W. H. Auden and Ted Hughes.