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Alumnus Louis E. Robichaux IV and Julie Robichaux create the David R. Grimmett Distinguished Professorship at APSU

From the day Grimmett joined the APSU College of Business faculty in 1983, he was a consistent champion for academic rigor and a tireless advocate for student research.

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APSU now offering foreign languages option for general ed core requirement

Beginning with the Fall 2021 Bulletin, students can take French, German, Greek, Latin or Spanish 1010 or 1020 to fulfill part of their humanities and fine arts requirements.

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This Week at Austin Peay: G.H.O.S.T. to give community a safe trick-or-treating alternative
This Week at Austin Peay: G.H.O.S.T. to give community a safe trick-or-treating alternative

G.H.O.S.T. - or Greater Halloween Options for Safe Trick-or-treating - returns to campus this fall with a drive-through-style alternative for families on Halloween. Also this week, the popular Percussion Ensemble Halloween Concert, activist Rupa Marya comes to campus, "The Spitfire Grill" opens and several other events.

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APSU to host the William E. & Sadako S. Newton Military Family Resource Center Ceremony and Ribbon-Cutting on Nov. 10

The center provides seamless support to military-affiliated students as they apply for admission, access financial aid, select their programs of study, register for their courses and secure employment after graduation.

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Celebrating ROTC’s 50th year at Austin Peay: Lt. Col. Herbert Rodriguez
Celebrating ROTC's 50th year at Austin Peay: Lt. Col. Herbert Rodriguez

The Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Austin Peay State University is celebrating its 50th year. To mark the occasion, each month through the end of the year, we'll share one story of a Governor's Guard alumni or former leader. This month, we share the story of APSU alumnus retired Lt. Col. Herbert Rodriguez.

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APSU Career Services hosting fall career fairs, Govs Networking Night

Students and alumni are encouraged to attend three upcoming, on-campus career fairs, with more than 75 employers and graduate schools, and the inaugural Govs Networking Night, Oct. 25 - 26.

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APSU College of Business helps students suit up with JCPenney

The event took place at Governors Square Mall in Clarksville, with students receiving up to 60 percent off select career wear, shoes and accessories when they used the 30 percent off coupon provided at registration.

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Alumnus creates the Joe Shakeenab Achievers & Scholars Endowed Scholarship for APSU students

The scholarship will be awarded to one undergraduate member of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center Achievers and Scholars Program and one undergraduate assistant at the center each year.

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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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APSU home to largest Douglas Fir tree in the state

The towering evergreen near APSU's Pace Alumni Center at Emerald Hill was named the state champion during the annual Tennessee Champion Tree Program.

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Winter at APSU
Get ahead this winter by taking online classes at Austin Peay

Austin Peay State University's Winter Term, which runs from Dec. 11-Jan. 9, allows students to complete up to two online classes in just four weeks.

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This Week at Austin Peay: From Stuffed with Pride to a drive-in movie, campus is bustling
This Week at Austin Peay: From Stuffed with Pride to a drive-in movie, campus is bustling

Several interesting events are planned throughout campus this week, from events celebrating pride and disability awareness to recognizing the monsters under our tables.

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Student Spotlight: Meet freshman Jason Chavez-Rivas
Student Spotlight: Meet freshman Jason Chavez-Rivas

You may have seen his picture. He struck Superman pose during the Govs Color Run celebration. The photo graced the Austin Peay homepage for several days.

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Dr. Chad Brooks
APSU dean explains why you need a graduate degree

Dr. Chad Brooks talks about a recent CNBC article that reported how master's degrees give individuals "the biggest salary boost - up to 87% more money."

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Austin Peay student one of six in world selected for women conductor fellowship
Austin Peay student one of six in world selected for women conductor fellowship

An Austin Peay State University graduate conducting student has been chosen for an internationally competitive women conductor fellowship with Girls Who Conduct and the Georgia Symphony Orchestra.

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This Week at Austin Peay: Latinx, Wansoo Kim exhibits accentuate fall break
This Week at Austin Peay: Latinx, Wansoo Kim exhibits accentuate fall break

Some of the things happening during this fall break-shortened week: Latinx Heritage Month Art Exhibit; JCPenney suit-up; and Wansoo Kim's "Table Monsters" exhibit.

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APSU's Uffelman heading up virtual series on progressive Tennessee women

This fall, Uffelman is reuniting with her collaborators from a 2015 book for a special virtual series, Tennessee 101: Tennessee Women in the Progressive Era, Part 1.

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APSU honors students create clay tablets for history of the book class

Austin Peay State University's Gina Garber, professor of library administration, recently led a cuneiform clay tablet active-learning exercise

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Austin Peay vocal professor to perform in national finals on Saturday
Austin Peay vocal professor to perform in national finals on Saturday

Austin Peay State University's own Dr. Penelope Shumate is one of 12 finalists in the Artists Division in the Camille Coloratura Awards vocal competition. The competition began with almost 90 national contestants. The finalists' concert can be viewed on Facebook at 7 p.m., Oct. 9.

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Heather Abels
APSU visiting animation professor works on major films for Netflix and Disney

Clarksville resident Heather Abels worked as a matte painter for Disney's "Encanto" and as a matte painting consultant for the Netflix film, "My Little Pony."

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Brandon Di Paolo Harrison
APSU assistant accounting professor awarded research fellowship in Argentina

Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison, Austin Peay State University assistant professor of accounting, received a new research fellowship with the Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano in Argentina.

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Alumna creates the Gerald L. and Virginia Tenney Endowed Scholarship for APSU photography students

To qualify for this scholarship, students must be APSU sophomores, juniors or seniors with a 3.0 GPA and a studio art major with a concentration in photography.

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Dr. Phil Roe
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee names Roe to APSU Board of Trustees

Dr. Phil Roe, a retired U.S. congressman who represented Tennessee's First District, will fill a seat that opened earlier this year when Gen. Gary Luck resigned following his move to Florida.

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Halloween
APSU's Percussion Ensemble Halloween Concert returns to campus on Oct. 29

The superhero-themed concert will return to campus with in-person performances, and a livestream, at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the Music/Mass Communication Building's Mabry Concert Hall.

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Community School of the Arts adds hip hop dancing class, winter self-publishing and watercolor workshops
Community School of the Arts adds hip hop dancing class, winter self-publishing and watercolor workshops

In the coming weeks, The Community School of the Arts at Austin Peay State University will offer a new dance class - hip hop for ages 16 and older - and two new workshops - a three-hour self-publishing workshop and a four-hour holiday landscape watercolor workshop.

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