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Dr. John Blake, chair and associate professor of engineering technology, chaired and commented on papers presented at the Economic and Business History Society conference April 29 in High Point, N.C.

Cindy Marsh, professor of art, has received a National Education Association grant for APSUs Goldsmith Press. The eight-month project, Listen Up, will involve the Goldsmith Press and an interdisciplinary team of designers, writers, printers and multimedia technicians working with 11- to 15-years-olds.
Dr. John Blake, chair and associate professor of engineering technology, chaired and commented on papers presented at the Economic and Business History Society conference April 29 in High Point, N.C.

Cindy Marsh, professor of art, has received a National Education Association grant for APSU's Goldsmith Press. The eight-month project, “Listen Up,” will involve the Goldsmith Press and an interdisciplinary team of designers, writers, printers and multimedia technicians working with 11- to 15-years-olds.

Dr. Frank Parcells, professor of mass communication, has accepted the position of vice president of programs and joined the executive board for the Nashville International Association of Business Communicators.

Dr. Shirley Rainey, assistant professor of sociology, presented “Assessing Linkages Between Environmental Concern, Health and Justice in a Highly-Polluted Community of Color” at the Southern Sociological Society, held April 13-16 in Charlotte, N.C. She also recently sang at the retirement celebration for Dr. Tom Hood of the University of Tennessee.

Dr. Linda Rudolph, professor emeritus of psychology, is a co-planner of Clarksville's first Go Red for Women American Heart Association event.

Dr. Gregory Zieren, associate professor of history, delivered a paper titled, “From the American System to Scientific Management: Taylor's German disciples, Adolf Wallichs and Georg Schlesinger, 1900-1917,” at the Economic and Business History Society conference April 29 in High Point, N.C.