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A scene from Clarksville in 1937.
APSU professors to present documentary, "Clarksville 1937," at Nashville Film Festival

The 8-minute documentary will be shown May 11 and May 14, at the Regal Hollywood Stadium, 716 Thompson Lane, in Nashville.

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From Boston to Clarksville, APSU supporters gearing up for #GovsGive

This year's #GovsGive, Austin Peay's 72-hour online giving campaign, will begin on April 23, with the goal of raising $150,000 for the different colleges' Funds of Excellence, athletics and student affairs.

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APSU history students and faculty at a conference in Kentucky
APSU history students put on strong showing at regional history conference

APSU students won three of the top awards at the Regional Phi Alpha Theta Meeting at Morehead State University in Kentucky, last month.

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A ribbon-cutting at the APSU farm.
Blick family honors son's legacy with the Brock Blick Animal Science Facility at APSU Farm

In 2016, Austin Peay opened the $1 million, state-of-the-art animal science teaching facility to provide room for the Department of Agriculture's booming enrollment.

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Dave Delaney, a Google trainer and speaker
APSU College of Business and BBB host free Google workshop for small businesses

Small businesses are invited to learn how to maximize their web presence and leverage video storytelling during the free Expand Your Brand Workshop, 1-3 p.m., Friday, June 8

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John W. Moseley Media Room
APSU endows scholarship honoring late communication professor John Moseley

The new John W. Moseley Communication Scholarship Endowment will be awarded annually to an APSU student majoring in communication.

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Deborah Gulledge
APSU physics student named "Scientist of the Week" at national lab

Fermilab--the U.S. Department of Energy's national laboratory-- named Deborah Gulledge, an undergraduate research intern at the lab, as its Scientist of the Week.

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2014 Ovation Awards
CECA Announces 2018 Ovation Award winners and final program lineup

The 2018 Ovation Awards will take place on Sunday, April 8, at 2 p.m. in the Mabry Concert Hall, and the winners will be honored in an exciting new format, featuring performances and community artwork.

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Stacks inside the Woodward Library
Woodward Library Society hosts 10th Annual Society Social fundraising event

The Society Social will begin at 5:30 p.m. at F&M Bank's Franklin Room in downtown Clarksville. A social hour will be followed by a dinner catered by Nicolleta's Catering.

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Juried Art Show
Art + Design celebrates student work with 50th Annual Juried Student Exhibit

The professionally juried exhibition opened in The New Gallery on April 2 and runs through April 25. There will be a reception and awards ceremony from 5-7 p.m. on April 25.

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Marcus Hayes
APSU dance faculty member concludes a year-long collaboration with the Frist Center for the Arts in Nashville

Marcus Hayes has been engaged in a year-long collaboration with the visual artist Nick Cave and the exhibition of his work at the Frist Center of the Visual Arts in Nashville.

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Celeste Malone
APSU graduate student lands highly competitive Twitter editorial internship

This summer, Celeste Malone will be using her Twitter and news reporting skills for Periscope -- a Twitter subsidiary -- as an editorial intern in San Francisco.

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Black Hawk helicopters
APSU ROTC landing Black Hawks on campus for training

As part of a coordinated effort between Austin Peay’s Governors Guard ROTC program and the Tennessee National Guard, the APSU ROTC department has arranged to have Black Hawk helicopters land on campus three times over the next several weeks.

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Grafton, Illinois
Students perform service work in Illinois during Alternative Break

As part of their service work, the group worked with Living Lands & Waters, an organization dedicated to environmental conservancy efforts.

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Movie poster
APSU hosting free screening, discussion of immigration documentary "Welcome to Shelbyville"

At 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 12, Austin Peay will host a special screening of the film in room 103BC of the Morgan University Center, and the community is invited to participate in this event.

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