PlauditsProfessor of Art Kell Blacks exhibit Black Water, which is on view in APSUs Trahern Gallery, was reviewed Sept. 22 in The Nashville Scene. To read the entire article online, visit http://www.nashscene.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?story=This_Week:Arts:Art
Professor of Art Kell Black's exhibit “Black Water,” which is on view in APSU's Trahern Gallery, was reviewed Sept. 22 in The Nashville Scene. To read the entire article online, visit http://www.nashscene.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?story=This_Week:Arts:Art
Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, recently was selected by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education as an associate of the National Center for 2004-05. Each year NCPPHE selects 15 associates from a nominated pool of faculty members and professionals in policy related positions in government and foundations. This group is convened periodically throughout the year to contribute to the National Center's agenda, activities, and policy projects. The other universities represented along with APSU are Stanford University, California State Sacramento, University of Michigan, Penn State University, Michigan State University and North Carolina State University.
Professor of Art Cindy Marsh's artist book, “Book of Genesis Tent Show for Birds and Other Small Creatures,” is included in the “Pop-up and Moveable Book Show,” a traveling show currently on display at the Pop-up and Moveable Book Society in San Diego. The book, which won for "Best Use of Typography," was set with wood type from the Rare Type Collection and printed on fabric at the Goldsmith Press (department of art/APSU). Its fabric was waxed and sewn into a miniature collapsible tent. The Pop-Up and Moveable Book Show will tour the country through 2005. Marsh also has a piece in the sixth annual Renaissance Regional Art Exhibit, a juried exhibition at The Renaissance Center, Dickson. The show opened Sept. 23 and will continue through Nov. 13.
Dr. Chinyere Ogbonna-McGruder, assistant professor of public management, and two of her students, Zach Baggett and David Smith, presented a paper titled, “Concept of Crime: Is Crime Determined by Factors other than the Law?” Sept. 24 at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Conference in Raleigh, N.C. Ogbonna-McGruder also will make a presentation, “From High Administration to Assistant Professorship,” on Oct. 15 at the annual Women in Higher Education of Tennessee Conference.