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APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs, have co-edited Identifying and Preparing Academic Leaders. Hoppe wrote a chapter in the book titled Identifying and Nurturing Potential Academic Leaders, and Speck wrote a chapter titled The Role of Doctoral Programs in Preparing Faculty for Multiple Roles in the Academy.
APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs, have co-edited “Identifying and Preparing Academic Leaders.” Hoppe wrote a chapter in the book titled “Identifying and Nurturing Potential Academic Leaders,” and Speck wrote a chapter titled “The Role of Doctoral Programs in Preparing Faculty for Multiple Roles in the Academy.”

Andy Kean, director of the University Center, gave the keynote address to the Tennessee Conference for International Leadership Jan. 18 at Hillmont Conference Center in White Bluff. The conference was for students in international programs at colleges and universities in Tennessee.

Charles Moseley, Ricky Denton, Ivan Colon, Ray Wright, Mark McLain, Dan Kirby, Bill King and Ben Pratt, all Physical Plant employees, volunteered their time and expertise over the past few weeks to renovate The Old Firehouse, Clarksville's Day Shelter and Community Resource Center, located at 1498 Golf Club Lane. They served as part of The Community Service Providers to End Homelessness, a coalition of approximately 30 non-profit, governmental and religious organizations led by the local United Way and the Regional Planning Commission. The Old Firehouse will provide a day shelter for those who are homeless or at risk of becoming so, as well as centralized information and referral services and links to jobs and housing alternatives.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, has been selected to sculpt an eternal flame honoring veterans. The sculpture will be dedicated on Public Square April 15 during the second annual Rivers & Spires Festival.