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Leni Dyer, interim chair of the department of communication and theatre, recently returned from presenting a paper and a workshop at the Hawaii International Conference of Arts and Humanities in Honolulu.

Dyers paper was titled Native American Clowns, an Analysis of Four Different Types.

The workshop Dyer presented was called Something out of Nothing; Easy Solutions to Complex Technical Theatre Problems.

At the conference, Dyer was asked to submit her paper in an upcoming journal about Native American theater.
Leni Dyer, interim chair of the department of communication and theatre, recently returned from presenting a paper and a workshop at the Hawaii International Conference of Arts and Humanities in Honolulu.

Dyer's paper was titled “Native American Clowns, an Analysis of Four Different Types.”

The workshop Dyer presented was called “Something out of Nothing; Easy Solutions to Complex Technical Theatre Problems.”

At the conference, Dyer was asked to submit her paper in an upcoming journal about Native American theater.

Melony Leazer, communication specialist in the Office of Public Relations and Marketing, won newspaper design honors in the 2005 Kentucky Press Association's Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers contest.

Leazer, who also is working on a Master of Science in Management degree at APSU, earned first place in the Best Editorial Page category; second place, Best Lifestyles Page; and honorable mentions in both Special Sections and Best Business/Agribusiness Page.

The honors were based on Leazer's work last year as copy editor and page designer at the Kentucky New Era, an afternoon daily in Hopkinsville.

The Georgia Press Association judged the contest. Winners were announced at an awards banquet Jan. 20 in Lexington.