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Dr. Anne Black, associate professor of health and human performance, spoke before the Clarksville City Council on Thursday, Dec. 2. She addressed issues of health, safety and quality of life benefits to support sidewalks in new developments.

Andrea Brown, director of athletic bands and assistant director of bands, was invited to conduct an honors ensemble at the University of Georgia School of Music's Mid Fest, Dec. 9-11, in Athens. The band was made up of approximately 100 seventh- and eighth-graders from across the state of Georgia.
Dr. Anne Black, associate professor of health and human performance, spoke before the Clarksville City Council on Thursday, Dec. 2. She addressed issues of health, safety and quality of life benefits to support sidewalks in new developments.

Andrea Brown, director of athletic bands and assistant director of bands, was invited to conduct an honors ensemble at the University of Georgia School of Music's Mid Fest, Dec. 9-11, in Athens. The band was made up of approximately 100 seventh- and eighth-graders from across the state of Georgia.

Several APSU faculty members participated in the Ohio Valley History Conference meeting Oct. 21-24 in Cookeville. Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, delivered a paper titled “Hook Em Horns: Black Integration at the University of Texas at Austin.” Dr. Richard Gildrie, professor of history, presented “Emerging Renewal of Enlightenment Projects.” Dr. David Snyder, assistant professor of history, offered “National Socialism, Wehrmachtsjustiz and Sexual Assault, 1939-1945” during a session chaired by Dr. Dewey Browder, chair of the history department. Dr. Gregory Zieren, associate professor of history, presented “American Education at the World's Fairs: Paris (1867), Vienna (1873) and Philadelphia (1876).” Dr. C. Alvin Hughes, professor of history, and Minoa Uffelman, assistant professor of history, also attended.

Dr. Lilian A. Obi, area coordinator for complex housing, presented “Understanding/Helping International Students Adjust to College and Residence Life” at the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) Conference held Nov. 6-9 in Chattanooga.

Professor of Art Billy Renkl has 26 drawings on display in the exhibition “Billy Renkl: Recent works on paper” through Dec. 31 at Marguerite Oestreicher Fine Arts, a gallery in New Orleans.

Here are the Employee Incentive Program's top 10 employees, based on who received the most points during the program's first year: Martha Wall (100), Carolyn Camill (89), Sheri Austin (89), Kayomin Wadia (86), Betty Leimer (74), Wanda McNabb (74), Tammy Nolle (73), Marilyn Griffy (72), Darlene Jones (68) and Donna Liverett (66).