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Wisdom Walk with Dr. Stephanie Dugger

Stephanie Dugger, Assistant Professor of Languages and Literature
 discusses the notion of Home with students during the Wisdom Walk on March 16, 2018
 
 

The Wisdom Walk is a unique Austin Peay Experience. Faculty, Staff and guests come together with students on a slow walk around campus to talk about topics that engage them. 

Wisdom Walks are inclusive and cater to all abilities. They take about 30 minutes to complete and start at various locations. Wisdom Walks will be postponed on poor weather dates.

Wisdom Walk topics vary depending on the leader. Past topics have included the geology of APSU, the multiple meanings of self, using empathy to create allies and more! 

 

Spring 2018 Wisdom Walk Schedule 

Date/Time/ Meeting Location

Walk Leader

Wisdom Topic

Friday March 16, 11:00 AM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)
Stephanie Dugger,
Assistant Professor of Languages and Literature

Where we belong: Making, Finding, Keeping Home
Tue. March 20, 2:30 PM
CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER
John L. Phillips,
Assistant Professor of Political Science & Public Management

Critical Thinking:
What helps students develop
and demonstrate it.
Wed. April 4,  12:30 PM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)
Patrick Armstrong,
Coordinator of Student Publications

The importance of the First Amendment in our Society
Tue. April 10, 2:00 PM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)

Jordy Rocheleau,
Professor History & Philosophy
The Morality Of War

Tue. April 17, 2:30 PM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)
Rescheduled from March

John L. Phillips,
Assistant Professor of Political Science & Public Management
Critical Thinking:
What helps students develop
and demonstrate it.

Wed. April 18, 11:00 AM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)

Lynne Halliburton, 
Student Affairs Senior Administrative Assistant
The Feral Cat Colony of APSU

Thurs. April 19, 11:00 AM
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)

Alexandra Wills,
Director Service Learning and Civic Engagement

Long Distance Hiking Trips
Tue. April 24, 12:00 noon
Meet @ The Sentinel Statue
(a.k.a. - The Green Man)

Dr. Kim Coggins
Assistant Professor Psychological Sciences and Counseling

Creating Emotional Connections in Parent-Child Relationships
Dates and details are subject to change as plans are finalized. PeayLink events will be created for each Wisdom Walk and will be updated with any changes. For questions, please contact Kelly Carpenter in Student LIfe & Engagement by email or 931-221-7837

 

 

Most Wisdom Walks will meet at The Sentinel Statue outside of the University Center.  The Sentinel Statue