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New & Noteworthy

Fall 2014

  • Alex Hornick, a PELP sophomore, has been awarded the Florim Scholarship in Computer Science for the 2014-2015 academic year.
  • Several PELP freshmen were recently recognized for their creative responses to the fall 2014 Peay Read, Outcasts United, in the PELP APSU 1000 course taught by Dr. Sherryl Byrd (assisted by peer mentor, PELP junior Hannah Evans).  Recognized for their efforts were:

    - Jessica Boettner, one of 15 winners selected to have dinner with Coach Luma Mufleh for her essay    
    - Natalie Cooper, honorable mention for her essay
    - Hannah Musgrove, honorable mention for her photograph     
    - Christina Lizura, whose artwork will be displayed in the Woodward Library      
    - Sarah Neely, whose song will be part of a display in the Woodward Library
  • PELP Sophomores Annie Goldman and Kristen Holder join classmates Tessa Hall and Bethany Long and PELP Junior Julia Batson in Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. This organization highly values leadership, scholarship, and service to others. Currently, Tessa serves as the chapter's spirit chair, Bethany is the Director of Social Enrichment, and Julia is the chapter's Vice President
  • Zac Gillman, a PELP senior, is the Student Government Association President at Austin Peay for the 2014-2015 academic year.
  • Daniel Pitts, a PELP senior, is the Student Government Association Vice President at Austin Peay for the 2014-2015 academic year.
  • PELP students Ankit Patel (junior) and Tabitha Montague (sophomore) currently serve as senators in the APSU Student Government Association. Bethany Long (sophomore) serves on the SGA as a tribunal justice.
  • Clarissa Pulley and Mackenzie Butts, both PELP seniors, are spending the fall semester studying in Sweden.
  • Desynee Horner, a PELP senior and pre-dentistry student, is the 2014-2015 Rita Sanders Geier Scholarship recipient at Austin Peay.