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Austin Peay accounting professor shares tax-filing, auto insurance tips
Austin Peay accounting professor shares tips on MoneyGeek.com

Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison shared his insight in interviews for the personal finance website MoneyGeek.com.

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APSU hosts tour and clean-up day for historic Mt. Olive Cemetery
APSU hosts tour and clean-up day for historic Mt. Olive Cemetery

Austin Peay State University's Latino Community Resource Center and the Mount Olive Cemetery Historical Preservation Society teamed up with multiple university organizations earlier this month to host an educational tour and clean-up day at the historic cemetery.

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Tennessee Academy of Science provides ‘wonderful opportunity’ for Austin Peay faculty, staff
Tennessee Academy of Science provides 'wonderful opportunity' for Austin Peay faculty, staff

Eighteen Austin Peay State University students presented research at the Tennessee Academy of Science's annual meeting on Nov. 6 at Tennessee Technological University.

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Austin Peay’s new STEM Scholars program opens up research, leadership opportunities for incoming students
Austin Peay's new STEM Scholars program opens up research, leadership opportunities for incoming students

The College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at Austin Peay State University this fall launched a new program focused on helping high-achieving students in their transition to university life.

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Clement
APSU Board of Trustees to host winter meeting on Dec. 3

The board will discuss several items, including a proposed Bachelor of Science in National Security Studies and new drafts of the University's mission, vision and values statements.

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This Week at Austin Peay: Happy Thanksgiving, Govs!
This Week at Austin Peay: Happy Thanksgiving, Govs!

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, no classes are scheduled Wednesday-Sunday this week, and the University and Education Center will be closed on Thursday-Sunday.

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Sean Henry
Nashville Predators president/CEO Sean Henry discusses F&M Bank Arena with APSU College of Business

"It will be one of the busiest mid-size arenas in the country because what we do really well is bring people together," Henry said.

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Barry Jones
APSU Arts and Letters dean explains why you need a humanities degree

College of Arts and Letters Dean Barry Jones discusses the benefits of doing what you love and why "90 percent of humanities graduates are happy with their lives."

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Dean Chandler
APSU's Eriksson College of Education earns reaccreditation, glowing reviews

Earlier this month, APSU President Mike Licari received a congratulatory letter from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), announcing that the college was now accredited for another seven years.

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Harned Hall
APSU faculty heed call of students and add more diverse voices to world lit class

The SGA passed a resolution calling for the professors to "challenge themselves and their students to broaden their horizons and study works they might be unfamiliar with." The faculty eagerly accepted this challenge.

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Student Spotlight: Meet Alyssa Amos, business and theatre major
Student Spotlight: Meet Alyssa Amos, business and theatre major

The opportunities available to Amos have been endless. From collaborating with New York City playwright Jake Brasch on "Our Tempest," working in theatre during COVID-19 and learning Bob Fosse work, Amos has had quite the experience.

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Six Austin Peay students to present at Southeastern Fishes Council annual meeting
Six Austin Peay students to present at Southeastern Fishes Council annual meeting

Several graduate and undergraduate biology students from Austin Peay State University will present at the Southeastern Fishes Council meeting on Nov. 18-19, 2021, in Columbus, Georgia.

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Derek Nicholson
Goodwill awards scholarship to APSU student Derek Nicholson

The David B. Lifsey Scholarship, sponsored by Diversified Trust, is named for Goodwill's past president who served four decades.

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Presentations
APSU College of Ed grad class partners with Moore Magnet on outdoor science lessons

This semester, APSU grad students in Education 5360 are developing lesson plans for the teachers at Moore Magnet Elementary to use in the outdoor classroom.

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This Week at Austin Peay: APSU Fall Festival coming this week
This Week at Austin Peay: APSU Fall Festival coming this week

At Austin Peay this week, an APSU fall festival, the Nashville Predators CEO will speak on campus, Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week and grad cap decorating.

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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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Celebrating ROTC’s 50th year at Austin Peay: Brig. Gen. Paul Bontrager
Celebrating ROTC's 50th year at Austin Peay: Brig. Gen. Paul Bontrager

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 Brig. Gen. Paul Bontrager.

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Larry Carroll
Alumnus Larry W. Carroll honored with first APSU Presidential Medal of Distinction

The Presidential Medal of Distinction is the highest award presented by the APSU president, honoring outstanding individuals for their exemplary volunteer service and remarkable contributions to the University community.

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Commencement
APSU hosting two winter commencement ceremonies Dec. 10

At 10 a.m., APSU will honor degree candidates from the College of Arts and Letters, the College of Business and the College of STEM. At 2 p.m., it will honor students in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and the Eriksson College of Education.

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Open house will allow community to see GIS Center’s community-centered work firsthand
Open house will allow community to see GIS Center's community-centered work firsthand

The community will get a chance to see the GIS Center's work firsthand on Wednesday, Nov. 17, when the center opens its doors to celebrate GIS Day. The open house is from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the center and will include tours and demonstrations.

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Marvin Posey
Marvin Posey, Jr. Scholarship Endowment is now fully endowed to benefit African American students at APSU

To be eligible, first-time freshmen must be admitted to APSU, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a minimum ACT score of 23. Upperclassmen applicants must have junior or senior status and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

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Austin Peay science education professor wins statewide Educator of the Year award
Austin Peay science education professor wins statewide Educator of the Year award

An Austin Peay State University education professor recently won the Tennessee Science Teachers Association Science Educator of the Year award in the higher education category.

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This Week at Austin Peay: Veterans Day celebrations planned for this week
This Week at Austin Peay: Veterans Day celebrations planned for this week

Austin Peay will close on Veterans Day in observance of the holiday, but the Military Student Center and the Newton Military Family Resource Center will mark the holiday with various celebrations to honor veterans.

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President Licari
Austin Peay installs Dr. Mike Licari as University's 11th president

The celebration began with a traditional processional of faculty and staff in full regalia, and it featured musical performances and well-wishes from local and state dignitaries.

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David Steinquest and Friends
Christmas with David Steinquest and Friends returns to APSU Dec. 3

Christmas with David Steinquest and Friends will present "We Need a Little Christmas" at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 3, in the Mabry Concert Hall. Tickets go on sale Nov. 15.

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