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Barry Kitterman, associate professor of English, and Dr. Ted Jones, associate professor of mass communication, presented a story demonstration, After Giving Up God, Rediscovering Prayer: Agnostics Who Pray and Mystics Who Play, at the first annual Healing Through Story Multi-Disciplinary Conference last month in Minneapolis. Funding for their presentation was made possible in part through the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts.

Barry Kitterman, associate professor of English, and Dr. Ted Jones, associate professor of mass communication, presented a story demonstration, “After Giving Up God, Rediscovering Prayer: Agnostics Who Pray and Mystics Who Play,” at the first annual Healing Through Story Multi-Disciplinary Conference last month in Minneapolis. Funding for their presentation was made possible in part through the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts.


Tina Zanders, academic adviser at APSU's Center at Fort Campbell, has received certification and license by the State of Tennessee Division of Health Related Boards to practice as a licensed marital and family therapist. Zanders earned her B.S. in psychology at Austin Peay, and her master's in marriage and family therapy at Trevecca Nazarene University.