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Evans Harvill
APSU to host the F. Evans Harvill Quad and Memorial Highway Unveiling on Oct. 6

The APSU Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Friday, June 4, 2021, to name the lawn as the F. Evans Harvill Memorial Quadrangle, or Harvill Quad, in honor of the late Harvill, a 1944 and 1947 graduate of Austin Peay.

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‘Aliens on Tap’: Professors to explore possibility of life somewhere out there
'Aliens on Tap': Professors to explore possibility of life somewhere out there

When Austin Peay State University's Science on Tap returns to Strawberry Alley Ale Works on Oct. 4, two professors will examine the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe.

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APSU Continuing Education kicks off fall lineup of programs

These courses are open to community members and do not require enrollment in the University to take part. Participants must be at least 16-years-old to attend, depending on course requirements.

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Book Talk
APSU hosting final Let's Talk About It: Women's Suffrage event on Sept. 29

The "Let's Talk About It: Women's Suffrage" grant program is sponsored by the American Library Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Austin Peay This Week: Busy week include Latinx Heritage Month celebration, Mudbowl, more
Austin Peay This Week: Busy week to include Latinx Heritage Month celebration, Mudbowl, more

This week's events include Latinx Heritage Month celebrations, Mudbowl, a new exhibit at The New Gallery, a Theatre & Dance production, a women's suffrage book talk, a Google panel discussion about women in technology and a state reptiles and amphibians conference.

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The new gallery presents ‘One More River’ by Friday to continue exhibition season
The new gallery presents 'One More River' by Friday to continue exhibition season

The New Gallery, with support from The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the Department of Art + Design, continues the 2022-23 exhibition season with One More River, a solo exhibition by Miami-based artist Friday.

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Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell
APSU to use $200,000 state grant to help veteran students succeed

APSU will embed specialized counselors on campus, at Fort Campbell and in the Tennessee College of Applied Technology to provide veteran students with free mental health, academic and career counseling.

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Browning
APSU helping students get ahead and succeed with Purpose First Scholars

This summer, the scholars participated in a special orientation that connected them to campus early, helped them evaluate their career plans and allowed them to select an academic major that connects to their plans after they graduate.

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Sharon Mabry
Retired APSU music professor Sharon Mabry publishes first novel

"The Postmaster's Daughter," which will be published next month by Thorncraft Publishing, has earned early acclaim from reviewers, who praise its beautiful writing and southern gothic charm.

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Claxton
APSU among 32 Educator Prep Providers Recognized for Leadership in Continuous Improvement in honor of Frank Murray

The recipients of the 2022 Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for Continuous Improvement provided evidence and data trends to achieve accreditation with no stipulations or areas for improvement.

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Gary Linfoot
APSU Military Alumni Chapter Dinner to support the CW5 (Ret) Gary Linfoot Military Scholarship Endowment

The University will host the event at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept 23, in the Morgan University Center Ballroom. A reception will be held prior to the dinner at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby of the ballroom.

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Alumni Awards
APSU to host Distinguished Alumni Awards Lunch on Sept. 24

The event will honor the 2022 recipients of the APSU Distinguished Alumni Awards, including Ginna Holleman, Louis Robichaux, Dr. Bruce Myers, Dave and Tracie Hogan, Dr. Adrian Parker and Dr. Michael Northington.

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Photos of the Week - Sept. 19, 2022
Photos of the Week - Sept. 19, 2022

From an iconic image of an APSU track great leading a group on a run around Austin Peay's new track to the volleyball's success, campus had a ton to celebrate last week.

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Gallery: Austin Peay hosts public oberving night
Gallery: Austin Peay hosts public observing night

Austin Peay State University's Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy gave children and adult astronomy enthusiasts a chance to observe Saturn, Jupiter, star clusters and nebulae at the university's observatory on Saturday, Sept. 17.

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Austin Peay This Week: Homecoming Week comes to campus!
Austin Peay This Week: Homecoming Week comes to campus!

This is the week that you've been waiting for, Govs! It's Homecoming Week at Austin Peay! And dozens of events are planned across campus.

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Austin Peay to host annual Tennessee Herpetological Society conference
Austin Peay to host annual Tennessee Herpetological Society conference

This year's annual meeting of the Tennessee Herpetological Society will be at Austin Peay State University, and the event is open to the public to see research presentations from across the state about the reptiles and amphibians of Tennessee and Kentucky.

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Austin Peay invites public to see night sky through its 20-inch telescope
Austin Peay invites public to see night sky through its 20-inch telescope

Austin Peay State University's Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy will give children and adult astronomy enthusiasts a chance to observe Saturn, Jupiter, star clusters and nebulae at the university's observatory on Saturday, Sept. 17.

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Griffy/Hutson
APSU expanding boundaries of student success with $2.5 million federal grant

Shortly after the U.S. Department of Education awarded Austin Peay the five-year grant, the University set up a coaching and student success initiatives office to provide extra help to a specific group of APSU students.

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Liz Snodgrass
APSU's Tennessee Small Business Development Center appoints new director

Liz Snodgrass spent several years in business operations and leadership positions, and she most recently served as CEO for Livingston Hospital and Healthcare Services in Salem, Kentucky.

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‘Syndemic Sublime’ art exhibition uses pandemic lens to examine what it means to be human in an entangled world
'Syndemic Sublime' art exhibition uses pandemic lens to examine what it means to be human in an entangled world

Laura Splan - a transdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of science, technology and culture - has brought another biomedical research-driven project to Austin Peay State University, this one focused on the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. #communityexperience

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Austin Peay This Week: Constitution Day event to examine civic responsibility to each other
Austin Peay This Week: Constitution Day event to examine civic responsibility to each other

The event - themed "Forming a More Perfect Union: Civic Responsibility" - will be 3-5 p.m. Sept. 16 in APSU's Morgan University Center, Room 305, and is free and open to the public. #communityexperience

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Malachi Johnson
White House eyes APSU's Grow Your Own program for addressing national teacher shortage

The Biden Administration recently announced an innovative new plan aimed at tackling the national teacher shortage, and a key component of that plan was originally developed at Austin Peay State University.

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Professor’s tomato haikus earn two recognitions at Nashville’s Tomato Art Fest
Professor's tomato haikus earn two recognitions at Nashville's Tomato Art Fest

Austin Peay State University's Dr. Taylor Emery made quite an impression at one of the Tomato Art Fest's wacky contests. Two of her haikus won recognition in the festival's tomato haiku contest. #communityexperience

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Clinic
APSU now offering free speech-language and swallowing clinic for local community

The 2,000-square-foot space will offer treatments for everything from speaking and swallowing issues to memory loss and other cognition problems while providing APSU's newest graduate students.

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Campus
APSU Board of Trustees to host fall meeting on Sept. 16

The day will begin with the board's committee meetings beginning at 8:15 a.m. After a short recess, the full board will meet at 10:30 a.m. that Friday.

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