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Lost APSU class ring comes home after 45 years in Kansas City

Don Mathis's 1966 class ring from Austin Peay State College was a cherished memento until he lost it in the 1970s - but 45 years later, the ring was unearthed in Kansas City, Missouri and returned to its owner.

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APSU's TESOL program prepares teachers for diverse careers

Students throughout Tennessee will need experienced and knowledgeable English as a Second Language instructors in the coming years, and Austin Peay State University is helping to meet these needs through the Eriksson College of Education's Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) degree and certificate programs.

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APSU to host live reading with author Aram Goudsouzian

The Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will host author Aram Goudsouzian from 7-9 p.m. April 5 in Heydel Hall, located inside Austin Peay's Art + Design Building.

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APSU students volunteer in Chattanooga through Alternative Break program

A group of students and staff members from Austin Peay State University traveled to Chattanooga, Tennessee over spring break to volunteer with service organizations such as the Hart Gallery and Habitat for Humanity in addition to exploring the city's sights.

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Nationally renowned scientist talks racism, genetics at APSU

Austin Peay State University hosted "Racism not Race: A Scientific Approach to the Myth of Race and the Cost of Racism," a lecture by renowned geneticist Joseph L. Graves Jr., March 21 at the Jack Hunt STEM Center.

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Student Spotlight: Stanley pursues second master's degree to enhance technical skills, work remotely and focus on family

Stanley Chinedu Okoro has had a successful career as an engineer, project manager and business analyst, but to stay competitive in the field he decided to pursue further education at Austin Peay State University.

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Austin Peay Board of Trustees approves new University College at March meeting

The Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees held a quarterly meeting Friday, March 20, unanimously voting to adopt the formation of a University College designed to assist students with the transition into higher education.

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Chicago Bulls tap APSU designer for game day graphic series

Basketball and art have driven Beth Rates since she was 5 years old, and she recently seized the chance to unite her passions by designing an official game day graphic for the Chicago Bulls in celebration of Women's History Month.

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39th Annual Candlelight Ball to bring new traditions to APSU community

Austin Peay State University's 39th Annual Candlelight Ball will bring many new opportunities and surprises to the community on May 6 at the Omni Nashville Hotel, located at 250 Rep. John Lewis Way S. in Nashville.

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Austin Peay students, professor to take part in NIST Stars program to find better stellar measurements

Dr. J. Allyn Smith, a professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy at Austin Peay State University, and his students have been invited to take part in a research and development initiative led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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APSU's math department engages students with Pi Day celebration

Austin Peay State University's Department of Mathematics and Statistics celebrated Pi Day in style on March 14 at the Maynard Mathematics and Computer Science Building with free pies, coffee and themed activities.

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Dr. Chandler
APSU education dean to give keynote at Campbell University

Dr. Prentice Chandler's lecture, "Apprenticeships for the Teaching Profession: A National Model," will focus on the college's leading work in educator preparation.

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APSU partners with Cumberland River Compact to plant over 100 campus trees

Austin Peay State University teamed up with the Cumberland River Compact and volunteers from across the community to plant more than 100 native trees on campus March 10, and their work could have long-lasting impact on the local environment.

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Lily Russell
APSU student newspaper earns regional award

Student Lily Russell placed second in Best Arts and Entertainment writer for her article, "Dear Ticketmaster, I knew you were trouble. Sincerely, Taylor Swift."

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Dr. Rick Gregory
Third Tobacco Talk at Austin Peay examines the forgotten war in the Black Patch

Tobacco farmers in the Black Patch region of middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky rose in rebellion against the American Tobacco Company in the first decade of the 20th century, setting in motion one of the most violent eras in U.S. history.

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Austin Peay to present special 'Science on Tap: Huntsville Edition' on March 24

The event - an exploration of the science behind the classic 1993 film "Jurassic Park" - will discuss the science portrayed in the movie, including its inaccuracies, misconceptions about dinosaurs and the creative liberties taken by the filmmakers.

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Ashley Kautz
APSU celebrating Women's Empowerment Month with several events

This year, Austin Peay has extended its annual "Women's Empowerment Week" into "Women's Empowerment Month," with several free public events scheduled from March 13-April 14.

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2022 summit
APSU and WVA hosting second annual education summit for women veterans March 25

The Second Annual Women Veterans Education Summit, also known as the "Pathway for SHEroes," will take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, at APSU's Newton Family Resource Center, 426 College St.

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Summer Arts Camp returns to APSU's Community School of the Arts

The Community School of the Arts (CSA) at Austin Peay State University is bringing back the popular Summer Arts Camp experience for the area's young aspiring artists in July.

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Dr. Williams
Dr. Dlynn Williams named dean of APSU's College of Behavioral and Health Sciences

Williams, head of the University of North Georgia (UNG) Department of Political Science and International Affairs, will begin her new role at Austin Peay on July 1.

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Austin Peay's Art & Design Welcomes Photographer Shelia Pree Bright for CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series

In 2006 Bright became nationally known, winning the Center prize award, formally Santa Fe Prize, for her Suburbia series.

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CSA camp
Austin Peay's Community School of the Arts Spring Two Registration Open until March 20

The Community School of the Arts (CSA) at Austin Peay State University has started its spring term 2 registration for classes that begin on March 20 and run through April 27, 2023.

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Bea Lowe and team
APSU remembers Bea Lowe - 1945 men's basketball coach

With March 8, designated as International Women's Day - "a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women" - APSU is honoring this athletics pioneer by sharing her story.

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Guitar Player
Austin Peay hosts annual Guitar Fest  this March

All three of this year's guest artists are alumni of APSU's graduate guitar program: classical guitarist, composer and songwriter Alan Mearns; classical guitarist and arranger Andy Jurik; and fingerstyle guitarist, composer and songwriter Bryce Mullins

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AACTE Conference
APSU education faculty present at AACTE Conference

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Conference focused on the theme "Innovation through Inspiration: Remembering the Past to Revolutionize the Future."

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Victoria Chang
APSU to host an evening with poet and nonfiction writer Victoria Chang

Chang was recently the poetry editor of the New York Times, and her most recent book of poetry, The Trees Witness Everything,  was named one of the Best Books of 2022 by the New Yorker  and The Guardian.

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Board of Trustees
APSU Board of Trustees to host quarterly meetings on March 17

The day will begin with the board's Academic Affairs Committee meeting at 8:15 a.m., followed by the Student Affairs Committee, the Executive Committee, the Business and Finance Committee and the Audit Committee meetings consecutively thereafter.

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Mike Wilson
Science on Tap to explore the myths, mysteries and manhunts of mapping and GIS

Mike Wilson will discuss the mapping of mythical creatures such as the yeti and Dracula, the history of "Here Be Dragons," "the longitude problem," John Snow and his revolutionary mapping work to fight a cholera epidemic in 1854 in London and Ernest Shackelton's failed exhibition in 1915.

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Tequila Johnson
Award-winning equity expert to deliver 2023 Betty Joe Wallace Memorial Lecture at APSU

Tequila Johnson, co-founder and co-executive director of The Equity Alliance, is an award-winning, cause-driven community organizer and strategist whose work focuses on creating equity and increasing civic engagement among Black Americans and other communities of color. 

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APSU program earns national award for helping first-generation students succeed

The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) presented Austin Peay with a Silver Award of Excellence for its "First-Generation Student Success" work.

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Dairian Boddy
Eight Austin Peay students present their undergraduate research at Posters at the Capitol

Posters at the Capitol is an annual event where undergraduate students studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) from universities across Tennessee share their research projects with state lawmakers at the State Capitol building in Nashville.

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COB students
APSU students leading others through Bloomberg certification

Two senior finance majors at Austin Peay State University have completed Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) certification and hope to guide their peers through the same process.

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Haase in the field
Animal Welfare Institute awards Austin Peay's Dr. Catherine G. Haase with the 2022 Christine Stevens Wildlife Award

The award recognizes her outstanding research on bat behavior and the role of microclimates in artificial roosts.

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APSU observatory
Coming this summer: Austin Peay announces its first Space Explorer Camp for ages 10-14

The camp will provide campers with the opportunity to learn about planets, stars and what is up in the sky while also engaging in fun and exciting activities such as building telescopes, making craters and launching water bottle rockets.

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Lara Pellum
Military spouse makes mid-life career change thanks to APSU to medical profession in Defense Department

She began her new journey by meeting with an academic advisor at Austin Peay State University, where she would eventually graduate at the top of her class.

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APSU receives state subgrant to expand its innovative teacher apprenticeship program

The Tennessee Department of Education and Tennessee Grow Your Own Center awarded over $5 million in subgrant funding to five educator preparation providers to expand teacher apprenticeship programs.

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Austin Peay to offer inaugural Earth Explorers Summer Camp for middle school students

The weeklong adventure for middle school students will take place June 5-9 and is designed to provide a fun and educational experience in the world of earth and environmental sciences.

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Julianna Smith
APSU students encourage recycling with Great Green Idea Contest

The annual Great Green Idea Contest challenges students to come up with ideas to improve campus and encourage students to think and act more sustainably.

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David Alford
Juilliard-trained actor, David Alford, presents popular show "Smoke" as part of Clarksville's Tobacco Talks at Austin Peay

Alford will perform a one-man singer-songwriter-storytelling version of his bluegrass-inspired musical in the APSU Trahern Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 4 p.m.

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Eboné Amos
Austin Peay Experience podcast looks at African American Expressive Culture in new episode

In episode two, APSU African American Studies Professor Eboné Amos discusses how her class teaches Black history through the lens of art and culture.

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American Son poster
Austin Peay Theatre and Dance presents a play that explores themes of race and bias

"American Son" explores themes of race and bias in a tense 90-minute show. Presented in an intimate black box space, this show will bring the audience face-to-face with the characters and their stories.

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Rick Griffith
APSU's The New Gallery presents Echoes by Rick Griffith, Acuff Chair of Excellence

The exhibit opens on Monday, Feb. 20, and runs through March 24 at The New Gallery, located in the Art + Design building on the APSU campus.

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In the News: Austin Peay biology professors, SGI help with landscape restoration at Soak Creek Farm

Drs. Catherine Haase and Evan Rehm, both with the Department of Biology, joined the Southeastern Grasslands Institute in partnering with TennGreen Land Conservancy in the landscape restoration at Soak Creek Farm.

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Dr. Cheryl Lambert
APSU's Rural Education Conference returns for third year

Presentations will focus on the theme, "Cultivating Rural Initiatives: Educational Access for All Students, Innovative Teacher Education Programs and Transformative Community Partnerships."

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APSU hosting an Evening with National Book Award Finalist Bonnie Jo Campbell

As funded by the Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence, the evening will feature Campbell giving a live reading of her creative work followed by a public Question & Answer session.

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Emerald Hill
APSU and Cumberland River Compact to plant over 100 native trees on campus

Austin Peay and the Compact will use a TVA grant to hire contractors for the installation of the trees, but the University is reserving 26 trees for campus and community volunteers to plant.

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APSU ROTC cadet and professor heading to prestigious George C. Marshall Leadership and Awards Seminar

The ceremony is the capstone leadership development event for U.S. Army Cadet Command, with the seminar recognizing the top cadet from each of the 274 Senior ROTC programs across the country.

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Clement Hall
APSU to offer new graduate degree concentrations in diversity and community leadership

The APSU Department of Leadership initially developed graduate certificates in the two areas, but graduate students and the job market called for full graduate degrees in these fields.

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Dr. James Church
In the News: Austin Peay computer scientist discusses benefits, problems of ChatGPT

As a computer scientist, Church has been testing the limits of the new tool by asking it to write code. Sometimes ChatGPT is perfect. "Other times, I see mistakes in that code," Church told the Tennessean.

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Dr. Short
APSU Eriksson College of Education expands doctoral program

The program's new concentrations, socioscientific studies and literacy studies, will be available for new and current students enrolled in the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree.

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Dr. Tamara Smithers
Austin Peay art history professor publishes book about 'artistic sainthood' of Michelangelo, Raphael

The book - The Cults of Raphael and Michelangelo: Artistic Sainthood and Memorials as a Second Life - explores how the two artists inspired fervent followings like no artists before them.

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MacKenzie Carr
Student Spotlight: Austin Peay mathematics major Mackenzie Carr passes prestigious actuarial exam, secures dream job at Aetna

In this Q&A, learn about Carr's journey at Austin Peay, her experience preparing for and passing an actuarial exam and her plans for the future.

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Tennessee National Guard
Tennessee National Guard honors APSU for its support of the military

The University received this honorable award because of its longstanding support of the TNG and for Austin Peay's strong support of its military students.

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Dr. Walter Mignolo
Distinguished William H. Wannamaker Scholar and professor to Speak at APSU's Annual Asanbe Diversity Symposium

Dr. Walter Mignolo is also the director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities at Duke University.

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Tobacco Talks
Historian Explores Clarksville's Tobacco Legacy in Inaugural "Tobacco Talks" Program at APSU

Local historian Carolyn Stier Ferrell will kick off a "Tobacco Talks" program series with a presentation on the history and importance of tobacco on Clarksville's development at 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13, in the Trahern Building

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Dr. Snyder
APSU to host Holocaust event on Feb. 25

APSU's Dr. David Snyder, professor of history, and the Tennessee Holocaust Commission will host a Holocaust lecture from noon-2 p.m. on Feb. 25, on campus in the Gentry Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public, with pre-registration required.

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Harlaxton Manor
APSU sending students to live in Victorian manor outside of London this May

From May 9-23, APSU will offer a world literature class, a global business class and a public speaking class at Harlaxton Manor in England.

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Lee Fairrow
APSU partners with Arts and Heritage Council for series on tobacco's role in this community

Hailed as the "Dark-fired Tobacco Capital of the World," Clarksville owes its growth and emergence as a vital manufacturing city to the plant that came over the mountains from Virginia and North Carolina.

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Yoga and writing
Get Creative with Austin Peay's Yoga and Writing Workshop

For just $25, students ages 18 and up will be guided through a Yoga sequence, breath work, and meditation, with breaks for writing.

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APSU collaboration offers free 2022 tax preparation services

The APSU College of Business is partnering again with United Way of Greater Nashville to offer free tax preparation services for individuals earning less than $66,000.

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Student-built 'Governator' set to launch T-shirts at Austin Peay-Queens game

The student-built robot will be a perfect added touch to the day - College of STEM Day - which will celebrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics students, faculty and staff.

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Dr. Stanley Yates
Austin Peay Experience podcast examines course on The Beatles and 1960s culture

Dr. Stanley Yates and host Grayson Nicholson discuss everything from the 1960s to the group's legacy to how the Fab Four compare to modern artists like Taylor Swift.

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Dr. Tim Winters
APSU finds joy in hosting Tennessee College Honors Council Annual Conference

On Feb. 10-11, Tennessee's top college students will visit Austin Peay State University to examine the mysterious and elusive emotion of joy during the 2023 Tennessee College Honors Council (TCHC) Annual Conference.

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Austin Peay's Science on Tap returns on Feb. 7 with a focus on healthy yards

The presentation - titled "All About the Birds and the Bees and Clarksville's Healthy Yards" - will start at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Strawberry Alley.

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Dr. McConnell and Dr. Lanham
Rural educator excels in APSU Ed.D. program

On Jan. 27, McEwen High School Robert Lanham successfully defended his dissertation in front of three of his former students, members of his cohort and Eriksson College of Education faculty members.

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Sociology graduate Vanessa Rodriguez-Paniagua
APSU sociology focuses on community development with new department name

The program officially changed its name last semester to the APSU Department of Sociology and Community Development to help students and employers understand better what skills the degree offers graduates.

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Winter Box
APSU fully funds eight campus projects during GOVing Tuesday 2022

Giving Tuesday, the largest giving day in the world, takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving every year. Austin Peay celebrates Giving Tuesday under the name "GOVing Tuesday."

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The APSU Observatory
APSU to launch free monthly public observation nights at university's observatory

Starting this Saturday, Jan. 28, Austin Peay State University's Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy will host a free public observation night on the last Saturday of every month through May.

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Malachi Johnson
APSU Eriksson College of Education to host teacher shortage conference

The virtual conference, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., Feb. 28, allows school district administrators and teachers across the state, as well as community colleges, to garner advice and engage in best practices from experts.

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Endowment signing
New Women Veterans of America Endowment will support female veteran students at APSU

To qualify for this scholarship, students must be enrolled full-time with a 2.75 GPA in any major and be female veterans or be the children of female veterans.

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Marcus Hayes
Austin Peay presents Marcus Hayes with Inclusion Champion Award

He was presented with the award on Monday, Jan. 16, during Austin Peay State University's inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast.

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CSA class
Austin Peay's Community School of the Arts Registration Open until Jan. 23

With the public's overwhelming interest in theatre, after seven years of not offering theatre classes, CSA has not only brought back the classes, but has also created the Clarksville Youth Theatre.

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Earth Science students
Austin Peay department's new name emphasizes earth, environment to connect with students

In November, the Department of Geosciences became the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences to better connect the field with prospective students.

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Kimbrough Building
APSU business faculty set record for journal publications in 2022

"With a record of 15 highly-ranked publications in one year, our faculty are demonstrating that they are leading experts in their disciplines," Dr. Mickey Hepner, dean of the College of Business, said.

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APSU in Argentina
New study abroad program sending APSU College of Business to Argentina

In May 2022, Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison took 10 students to Rosario, Argentina, to study at the Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano campus while also exploring the region's business, cultural and tourist sites.

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APSU's The New Gallery exhibiting work by Memphis artist Carl E. Moore

Moore's work deals with identity and color, by comparing social ideologies about race, stereotypes, and personal beliefs to everyday colors and the perception of these colors in our environment.

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Community invited to free milkweed planting workshop at Austin Peay
Community invited to free milkweed planting workshop at Austin Peay

Now is the perfect time to start milkweed plants! To help you get started on planting and nurturing these pollinator-friendly plants, members of the Clarksville Sustainability Board, Clarksville Healthy Yards and Austin Peay State University's Center of Excellence for Field Biology are sponsoring a February planting for pollinators event.

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Dr. Morris
APSU hosting inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast on Jan. 16

At 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 16, Austin Peay State University will host the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. King Jr., in the Echo Power Club Level of APSU's Fortera Stadium.

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SGI grant
APSU's Southeastern Grasslands Institute working to prioritize conservation of grasslands across 14 million acres thanks to federal grant

In November, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) awarded $91 million through the new America the Beautiful Challenge, with SGI receiving one of 55 grants nationwide.

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Renowned percussionist Pius Cheung to perform at Austin Peay's Mabry Concert Hall

The concert - presented by the Clarksville Community Concert Association (CCCA) in collaboration with the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) - will begin at 3 p.m. on Jan. 29.

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Experience Austin Peay Podcast's third episode connects Tennessee history with modern conservation

In "Connecting Tennessee's History with SGI's Modern Day Conservation," Dr. Dwayne Estes, APSU professor of biology and executive director of the Southeastern Grasslands Institute (SGI), discusses what this region looked like more than 200 years ago.

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Speech-language and swallowing clinic
10 ways APSU embodied its new "community-minded" mission in 2022

For more than 90 years, Austin Peay State University's faculty, staff, students and alumni have worked to make the world a better place, and last December, the APSU Board of Trustees made that giving spirit a central focus of the University by unanimously adopting Austin Peay's new mission statement.

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Student Spotlight: Austin Peay student explores the chemistry in her artwork
Student Spotlight: Austin Peay student explores the chemistry in her artwork

Last spring, as Emelia Beck finished her first year at Austin Peay State University studying biochemistry, she felt a draw to another discipline - animation and visual effects.

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The Gov
Stay warm this holiday season with the APSU Gov

Enjoy this special Yule Log video, available in one-hour and eight-hour versions, and we hope, wherever you are, you always feel the warmth of being a Governor at Austin Peay.

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Newton Center
The Evolution of the APSU William E. & Sadako S. Newton Military Family Resource Center

What was once a 700-square-foot office space behind Austin Peay State University's post office, is now the largest military student center in Tennessee, measuring 5,200 square feet.

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helicopter graduates
APSU graduates first students from its helicopter-focused aviation science program

The University launched the program in 2019, giving APSU the state's first and only helicopter flight school that awards bachelor's degrees.

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Austin Peay cancels public viewing of lunar occultation of Mars due to weather
Austin Peay cancels public viewing of lunar occultation of Mars due to weather

Because of cloudy conditions Wednesday night, Austin Peay State University's Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy has canceled the public observation of the lunar occultation of Mars scheduled for tonight, Dec. 7.

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Board of Trustees
APSU Board of Trustees hears about campus successes during quarterly meeting

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission is recommending a 13.7 percent increase - around $9 million - in performance funding for Austin Peay.

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Science on Tap taking a break in December and January, to return in February
Science on Tap taking a break in December and January, to return in February

Science on Tap - the popular monthly gathering that pairs science with local brews - will take a break in December and January. But the event will return in February.

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Zeus the corpse flower plant is resprouting, but this time not as a flower
Zeus the corpse flower plant is resprouting, but this time not as a flower

Zeus - one of Austin Peay State University's two corpse flower plants - delivered quite a show for its first-ever bloom last summer. Now the plant is resprouting - albeit not in its flower form.

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APSU to host two winter commencement ceremonies on Dec. 9

At 10 a.m., APSU will celebrate the candidates from the College of Arts and Letters, the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and the College of Business. At 2 p.m. APSU will celebrate the candidates in the Eriksson College of Education and the College of STEM, as well as anyone earning an Associate of Science or a Bachelor of Science in General Studies.

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Austin Peay invites public to see lunar occultation of Mars
Austin Peay invites public to see lunar occultation of Mars

Austin Peay State University's Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy will give children and adult astronomy enthusiasts a chance to observe a lunar occultation of Mars - when the moon passes in front of Mars - at the university's observatory on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

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APSU's Whiteside reprises popular TEDx Talk for Princeton University's new leadership program

Last month, APSU Vice President Dannelle Whiteside traveled to the college's storied New Jersey campus to deliver a Tigers Leading Tigers session titled, "Supporting Free Expression in Student Organizations."

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Classics Day event
Classics Day returns to Austin Peay after two years

The event brings about 130 high school students from Montgomery County and Nashville to campus for a day of activities centered on the languages of the ancient world.

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Austin Peay physics professor’s work featured in American Journal of Physics
Austin Peay physics professor's work featured in American Journal of Physics

The paper - titled "Surface plasmon resonance sensing in the advanced physics laboratory" - is featured on the cover of the November edition of American Journal of Physics, a publication of the American Association of Physics Teachers.

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CECA announces 2022-23 Tennessee Artist Fellow: Yancy Villa-Calvo
CECA announces 2022-23 Tennessee Artist Fellow: Yancy Villa

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) is pleased to announce the 2022-23 recipient of the Tennessee Artist Fellowship, artist Yancy Villa of Memphis, Tennessee.

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Austin Peay This Week: Holidays concert, Board of Trustees, animal therapy and free flu shots
Austin Peay This Week: Holidays concert, Board of Trustees, animal therapy and free flu shots

December is quickly approaching, so it's time again for the cozy holiday concert hosted each year by David Steinquest. December also means the finals are coming, and all the stress comes with them. We're here to help.

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APSU Board of Trustees to host quarterly meetings on Dec. 2

The board will meet around 10 a.m. (depending on when the committee meetings end), and they will discuss several items, including a Fall 2022 enrollment update and an update on admissions for the Fall 2023 semester.

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Presenting at national geology conference opens opportunities for Austin Peay student
Presenting at national geology conference opens opportunities for Austin Peay student

Dairian Boddy, a junior in the Department of Geosciences, presented research about an out-of-place rock deposit near Russellville, Kentucky, last month at the Geological Society of America annual meeting in Denver, Colorado.

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APSU Entrepreneurship Challenge awards $15,000 to students

The event was made possible by a generous donation from Joe and Cathi Maynard, who established a fund of excellence last year to champion student success initiatives across campus.

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