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Nursing Research
Photo Gallery: School of Nursing Research Poster Day

The event challenged student groups to identify a clinical problem or issue relevant to the program's Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies.

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Student Spotlight: Meet Austin Peay’s ‘Girl on Fire’ baton twirler, Izzy Melvin
Student Spotlight: Meet Austin Peay's 'Girl on Fire' baton twirler, Izzy Melvin

If you've ever been to an Austin Peay State University football game, you know what to expect during the Governor's Own Marching Band halftime show. Fire, spun by no other than the Girl on Fire, also known as Izzy Melvin.

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Clement Hall
APSU winter term class to examine Critical Race Theory

The class, POLS 4020, The Politics of Ethnicity, will begin with a theoretical overview of Critical Race Theory, looking at what it is and what it isn't.

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Dr. Marya
Renowned physician and activist Dr. Rupa Marya to discuss health and social justice at APSU on Oct. 27

Marya is co-founder and executive director of the Deep Medicine Circle, an organization committed to healing the wounds of colonialism through food, medicine, story and learning.

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You have to see this photo: Austin Peay flag flies in fighter jet navigating Britain’s famed Mach Loop
You have to see this photo: Austin Peay flag flies in fighter jet navigating Britain's famed Mach Loop

An Austin Peay State University Governors flag recently zipped through the skies of the United Kingdom in the cockpit of a U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jet.

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Kevin Baron
APSU's Kevin Baron wins top award from American Political Science Association

The APSA's Presidents and Executive Politics Founders Award honors the best paper written by a Ph.D.-level scholar during a given year.

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Beloved Community Writing Group
APSU hosts Beloved Community Writing Retreat for Black faculty

Each day included time for goal setting, independent writing and accountability checks, and guest speakers included Black tenured APSU professors, Provost Maria Cronley and other university representatives.

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Grandmother, grandson walk together across Austin Peay State University’s commencement stage
Grandmother, grandson together walk across Austin Peay State University’s commencement stage

Shirley West, 69, went back to school alongside her grandson, Bailey West, 25, and they walked across the commencement stage together on Friday, Aug. 6, each earning an Associate of Applied Science.

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Nursing class
APSU education doctorate now offering concentration for nurse educator

The new concentration now provides nurses with educational leadership strategies they'll need if they want to advance their careers in higher education or in leadership roles at healthcare facilities.

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Dr. Coggins
APSU's Coggins named state's first Counselor Educator of the Year

Dr. Kimberly Coggins arrived at Austin Peay in 2017, shortly after earning her Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from the University of Wyoming.

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Deepesh Subedi
APSU student escapes Bhutanese ethnic war, later wins THEC's top service award

Last month, Deepesh Subedi was recognized for his work when he received the Tennessee Higher Education Commission's Harold Love Outstanding Community.

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Health Professions Building rendering
New health professions building and new military institute coming to APSU

On Thursday, April 29, the Tennessee General Assembly approved funding for both projects at Austin Peay State University as part of the state's 2021-2022 annual budget.

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Subedi and Darnell
Two members of APSU community win THEC community service award

Only 10 individuals from across the state were selected for this prestigious award, including APSU nursing graduate student Deepesh Subedi and Dr. Linda Darnell, associate professor of nursing.

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APSU College of Behavioral and Health Sciences honors students with annual awards

The college canceled its award celebration because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is still highlighting the work of its students by presenting them, in absentia, with its annual honors and awards.

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Austin Peay to offer new health and social justice certificate this fall

The College of Behavioral Health and Science received a grant from the Tennessee Board of Regents that will provide laptops to the first 20 students who enroll to pursue the certificate.

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APSU partners with ATS for speech-language student clinicals

Advanced Therapy Solutions made its facility available to APSU speech-language seniors so they can complete clinical experiences in speech-language pathology before they graduate this May.

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Dr. Leake
APSU names Dr. Valerie Leake as director for the Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology program

Leake previously served as a founding faculty member and later the director of the groundbreaking Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology program at Radford University in Virginia.

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Happening today: Lecture series continues with ‘Tools of Effective Civic Engagement’
Happening today: Lecture series continues with 'Tools of Effective Civic Engagement'

The College of Behavioral and Health Sciences' Brown Bag Lecture Series continues today with Dr. Kevin Baron, assistant professor of political science and public management, presenting "How to Change Your World: The Tools of Effective Civic Engagement."

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Criminal Justice program
APSU plans to offer criminal justice masters with homeland security concentration this fall

If approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, students will be able to complete the program in just one calendar year.

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Happening today: Lecture series continues with ‘Identifying and Predicting Social Movement Spillover’
Happening today: Lecture series continues with 'Identifying and Predicting Social Movement Spillover'

Dr. Misty Ring-Ramirez, assistant professor of sociology, will give a presentation titled "Shared Visions: Identifying and Predicting Social Movement Spillover."

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