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Dr. Antonio Thompson, assistant professor of history, spoke Oct. 2 at the Valentine Sevier Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Clarksville.

This is the second time that the SAR has invited Thompson to speak. The title of his talk was The Men of the Wolf Packs.
Dr. Antonio Thompson, assistant professor of history, spoke Oct. 2 at the Valentine Sevier Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Clarksville.

This is the second time that the SAR has invited Thompson to speak. The title of his talk was “The Men of the Wolf Packs.”

Also, Thompson recently has published an article, “Winning the War Behind the Lines: Colonel George Chescheir and the Axis POWs at Fort Benning, Georgia,” The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Summer 2008. He has a book due for release soon, titled “German Jackboots on Kentucky Bluegrass: Housing German Prisoners of War in Kentucky, 1942-1946.”

Melony Shemberger, communication specialist, set a personal record (PR) time of 1:38:00 in her first 10-mile race held Nov. 1 at Tunnel Hill in Vienna, Ill.

Dr. Norbert Puszkar, assistant professor of German, gave a paper at a conference, “Ambivalence in the Eighteenth Century,” Oct. 31 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, N.Y. The title of his paper was “Determining truth or acting with reason: Practical ambivalence about religion in Lessing's ‘Ring Parable.'”

Michael Hooper and Gina Garber, assistant professors of library administration, presented “Embedding Audio Files in Library Web Pages to Create an Enhanced User Experience” at the Southeastern Library Association joint Conference with Kentucky Library Association and the Association of Research Libraries, held Oct. 1-4, 2008 in Louisville, Ky.