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Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, and Dr. Alvin Hughes, professor of history, participated in the Tennessee Board of Regents faculty symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education Oct. 8 at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville. Goldstone presented ‘I Do Not Believe in Segregation: Sweatt v. Painter and the Groundwork for Brown v. Board of Education. Hughes presented Brown and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, and Dr. Alvin Hughes, professor of history, participated in the Tennessee Board of Regents' faculty symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education Oct. 8 at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville. Goldstone presented “‘I Do Not Believe in Segregation': Sweatt v. Painter and the Groundwork for Brown v. Board of Education.” Hughes presented “Brown and the Pursuit of Happiness.”

Heather Legg, development officer, and Rip Watts, director for corporate relations, spoke on “Prospective Donor Tracking and Giving Motivation” Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the Tennessee-SCT Users Conference at Middle Tennessee State University.

Dr. Norbert Puszkar, assistant professor of German, presented a paper titled “The Thistle's Pith and the Big Feast: Food and Culture in Goethe's ‘Italian Journey,'” at the 2004 meeting of the Midwest American Society For Eighteenth-Century Studies in St. Louis.

Rip Watts, director for corporate relations, chaired the March of Dimes “Best of Clarksville” celebration Thursday, Oct. 14.