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In the Media

8/22/2005
“APSU's Kappa Eta wins Best Chapter award for third time,” “APSU unveils new marketing plan” and “APSU dorms to open Aug. 25” were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Aug. 11.

“APSU personal data ‘vulnerable' on Web” was listed in The Tennessean's “Local News” section Aug. 12. The story quoted Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

“APSU site bungles more ID records: Web site had confidential info of 1,280 employees, vendors” made The Leaf-Chronicle's cover Aug. 12. The story featured comments from Charles Wall, director of information technology, and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

APSU scholarship recipients from Montgomery County filled The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” Aug. 12.

APSU President Sherry Hoppe was interviewed on WJZM's “The Bone Show” Aug. 13. Among the topics discussed was the University's new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS).

An interview with Col. Greg Kaufmann, director of the Institute for Global Security Studies, aired on WSMV-Channel 4 Aug. 13.

“APSU: Hispanic employees wanted” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 14. The story offered quotes from Tina Tarpy, president of Pi Nu.

“Austin Peay enlists chamber in job outreach to Hispanics: University targets Spanish-language church services” was featured in The Tennessean's “Local News” section Aug. 15. The article quoted Pi Nu President Tina Tarpy.

“APSU accelerates BSPS degree: Program is a first for Tennessee public universities” headlined The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 14. Dr. Bruce Speck, provost and vice president for academic and student affairs, and Dr. Cecile Massé, interim program manager of the Accelerated BSPS, were quoted. The story also mentioned APSU's articulation agreement with Nashville State Community College. APSU President Sherry Hoppe and NSCC President George Van Allen were pictured.

“Dr. Alton Reuther Boyd, 1932-2005: Doctor who cared for APSU students dies” was announced on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 16. The story featured quotes from Dr. Diane Berty, vice president for student affairs.

“APSU ads show real students, real life: University hopes to attract local, faraway students with its ‘fun and adventurous' advertising campaign” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 17. The story offered comments from Charlotte Carlin, graphic designer in the Office of Public Relations and Marketing, and APSU student Katie Averett.

“2-year grads can earn bachelor's in a year” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local News” section Aug. 17. The story quoted Dr. Bruce Speck, provost and vice president for academic and student affairs.

“Interim chief named for APSU center: Until fall 2006, to direct African American Cultural Center” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 18. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe, Beverly Sims, Dr. Diane Berty, vice president for student affairs, and APSU student Catherine Davila.

“Local woman comes home: McDonald to fill academic affairs post,” a profile of incoming Interim Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs Diane McDonald, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 18.

“Alumna takes marketing post,” a story on Terry Beth Stringer, assistant director of marketing, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Aug. 18.

“APSU offers youth chance to make beautiful music,” a story on APSU's Community School for the Arts, made The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Aug. 19.

“Nashville State registration open” was announced in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Aug. 19. The story mentioned that students can earn Nashville State credit while attending APSU.