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Dr. Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics, recently had two articles published.

One article, titled A High Order B-spine Collocation Method for Linear Boundary Value Problems, appeared in the Feb. 13, 2007, issue of Applied Mathematics and Computation.

Jators other article was published in the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics. The article is A B-spine Collocation Method for the Numerical Solution of Linear Integral Equations.
Dr. Samuel Jator, associate professor of mathematics, recently had two articles published.

One article, titled “A High Order B-spine Collocation Method for Linear Boundary Value Problems,” appeared in the Feb. 13, 2007, issue of Applied Mathematics and Computation.

Jator's other article was published in the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics. The article is “A B-spine Collocation Method for the Numerical Solution of Linear Integral Equations.”

Dr. Norbert Puszkar, assistant professor of German, has published an article on Goethe's “Italian Journey” in the German Studies Review, the journal of the German Studies Association.

The article, titled “Goethe's concept of ‘people' and Habermas' term ‘life-world:' The culture of the Northern Italian cities in the ‘Italian Journey,” analyzes how Goethe's concept of “Volk” (people) evolved through the encounter with the public life of Italian cities.

Dr. Mickey Wadia, professor of English, was elected to serve as vice president of the Tennessee Philological Association (TPA) for 2007-08 during its annual conference in February at The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Wadia will serve as TPA's president for the 2008-09 term.

The APSU Department of Languages and Literature will host the next TPA conference in February 2008.

For more information about TPA, visit www.apsu.edu/tpa or contact Wadia by telephone at 221-7448 or by e-mail at wadiam@apsu.edu.

Ryan Forsythe, director of Admissions, is a new member of the Sunrise Rotary Club, Clarksville. He was sponsored by club member Al Irby, assistant vice president of finance and administration.

Melony Leazer, communication specialist in the Office of Public Relations and Marketing, helped to judge more than 2,200 entries in the Virginia Press Association Advertising Contest.

The contest was judged March 2 at The Tennessean, Nashville.