September 17, 2002
Dr. Timothy Winters, associate professor of English, spent June 2002 in Greece, where he served as a senior associate member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. He also continued his research into a Fifth century B.C. inscription.
Through study-abroad programs, Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish, took a group of students to Mexico this summer; Dr. Karen Sorensen, associate professor of French, took a group to Quebec; and Dr. Miguel Ruiz-Aviles, associate professor of Spanish, and his students went to Spain.
Barry Kitterman, associate professor of English, was the faculty co-director of the Tennessee Young Writers Workshop, sponsored by the Tennessee Humanities Council and held this summer on the APSU campus.
Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, was on the faculty of this year's Tennessee Young Writers Workshop at APSU.
Dr. George Mabry, professor of music and director of the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, recently published a solo songbook titled “Six Folk Songs of the Americas.” His two new works for piano and chorus, “The Lamb” and “Laughing Song,” poems by William Black, were published this summer by Roger Dean, a division of Lorenz Corporation.
Dr. Michelle Butts, associate professor of history, participated this summer in the Educational Testing Services Advanced Placement Reading in United States History, which was held at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She was among several hundred faculty consultants from high schools and universities nationwide who read and scored more than 200,000 college-level United States history essay exams for the College Board.