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Dr. Sherryl Byrd, associate vice president for student affairs, has been chosen to participate in the Class of 2009 Leadership Clarksville. She will begin the program with an orientation retreat Sept. 25 and 26.

Dr. Antonio Thompson, assistant professor of history, had an article, titled Winning the War Behind the Lines: Colonel George M. Chescheir and the Axis POWs at Fort Benning, Ga., published in the summer edition of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, the state journal for Kentucky.
Also, he is scheduled to have a book published Oct. 27. Dr. Sherryl Byrd, associate vice president for student affairs, has been chosen to participate in the Class of 2009 Leadership Clarksville. She will begin the program with an orientation retreat Sept. 25 and 26.

Dr. Antonio Thompson, assistant professor of history, had an article, titled “Winning the War Behind the Lines: Colonel George M. Chescheir and the Axis POWs at Fort Benning, Ga.,” published in the summer edition of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, the state journal for Kentucky.
Also, he is scheduled to have a book published Oct. 27.

Rick Wheeler, geology lab manager, made a presentation to area high school math teachers during the Technical Geometry Training Workshop held recently at Montgomery Central High School. The participating teachers receive certification to teach technical geometry after attending the 40-hour training workshop.