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Communication professor to teach in South Korea this summer

Kathy Lee Heuston, assistant professor of communication at Austin Peay State University, will participate in the Kyunpook National University Visiting Scholar Program this summer.

Heuston will teach a three credit-hour course, titled Cultural Context of Communication. The dates for the four weeklong class are from June 22-July 17.
Kathy Lee Heuston, assistant professor of communication at Austin Peay State University, will participate in the Kyunpook National University Visiting Scholar Program this summer.

Heuston will teach a three credit-hour course, titled Cultural Context of Communication. The dates for the four weeklong class are from June 22-July 17.

With a thriving international program, KNU is one of South Korea's top universities. APSU partnered with KNU this spring and offered an exchange partnership that includes faculty-exchange possibilities, student-exchange possibilities, short-term international programs and educational research collaborations. APSU has received two exchange student applicants for the Fall 2009 semester and currently is recruiting APSU students to study abroad at KNU.

In addition to teaching at APSU, Heuston is the faculty coordinator of the KNU exchange program.

For more information, contact Tina Rousselot de Saint Ceran, coordinator of International Education, (931) 221-6851. -- Melony Shemberger