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APSU College of Business announces 5th Annual Carmen C. Reagan Outstanding Leader Awards

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Hambrock, Harris and Pitts

The Austin Peay State University College of Business recently announced the 2021-22 Carmen C. Reagan Outstanding Leader awards. The peer-nominated award honors one external community leader, a faculty/staff member, and a student for their outstanding involvement with the APSU College of Business and its mission to enhance the University and the Clarksville community. This year’s recipients are:

“I would like to congratulate Cynthia Pitts, Rebecca Harris, and Crystal Hambrock for being this year’s award winners,” Dr. Mickey Hepner, dean of the College of Business, said. “Each one of these leaders makes our community and our college better every day.”

The Carmen C. Reagan Outstanding Leader Award was established to honor community and university leaders whose involvement has strengthened the College of Business. Dr. Reagan is a former dean of the College, as well as a community volunteer and philanthropic leader.

The APSU College of Business is a teaching-focused business school committed to student success while serving the Clarksville and Nashville metropolitan areas. The college strives to push students beyond the textbook and help them explore their passions, to empower graduates to compete in a global economy.

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