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Black Hawk helicopters to land on APSU campus Friday, Sept. 21

The helicopters will land on the Dunn Center lawn around 10 a.m., weather permitting, and APSU cadets will spend the next three hours conducting loading and off-loading training.

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Gov. Haslam wearing APSU hat.
APSU Board of Trustees approves new military family resource center

The center will assist students applying for admission, accessing financial aid, selecting a program of study, registering for courses, progressing toward graduation, and securing employment after graduation.

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Brig. Gen. Brower
APSU names retired Brig. Gen. Brower as inaugural military adviser in residence

Brower will advise the APSU leadership team on how the University can better serve its military students and help the University optimize the process of recruiting, enrolling and graduating military-connected students.

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Amy Sherald to speak at Austin Peay
Amy Sherald, Michelle Obama portrait artist, to speak at Austin Peay

Amy Sherald unveiled her Smithsonian-commissioned portrait of Michelle Obama in February. She speaks at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27 in Austin Peay's University Center Ballroom. Anyone can attend the free event.

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Boris Allakhverdyan
Principal with LA Philharmonic to visit APSU as Acuff Chair for Clarinet Day

The day will consist of master classes, recitals, breakout sessions from regional clarinet professors and teachers, vendors with mouthpieces, reeds, music and instruments to try and a clarinet choir for all participants.

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Kris Phillips
APSU University Advancement to host 60th Annual Tower Club Dinner on Sept. 21

The theme, "A Night of Roundup," will pay tribute to APSU alumni gatherings of the past through a menu of pork chops and fixings.

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Clarksville Junior Coders
Austin Peay, local teacher team up to offer free coding classes for young students

With Austin Peay State University offering support, Northeast High School's Bridget Cloud offers three Clarksville Junior Coder classes every other Saturday through the school year at the local public library, and the sessions fill up quickly.

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Nurses in Guyana
Austin Peay School of Nursing donates stethoscopes to Guyana

The donations were part of Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Accident and Emergency Global Outreach Project, endorsed by the Tennessee Nursing Association (TNA), District 3.

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Board meeting
APSU Board of Trustees to host fall meeting Sept 13-14

The full Board will meet at 9 a.m. on Sept. 14, and all meetings will take place at 317 College Street.

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Coke products
Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Tullahoma, Inc. endows scholarship at APSU

Coca-Cola will present the University with a check for the endowment during the halftime program of the APSU football game at 6 p.m. on Sept. 8 at Fortera Stadium.

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Austin Peay Dancers
APSU theater, dance students secure record number of internships

For the past three months, 18 students from the APSU Department of Theatre and Dance have been busy gaining valuable work experience through a variety of internships and summer study opportunities across the country.

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Jordan Miller
Austin Peay senior's research focuses on self-driving car technology

Austin Peay computer science senior Jordan Miller worked on an undergraduate research project at Florida Atlantic University's Institute of Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering during the summer. The project: Helping self-driving cars "see" and report problems with road markings.

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Grad students
Austin Peay College of Grad Studies sees record enrollment for fall

In August, Thomas Thornton, a Clarksville High School science teacher, became the 1,000th student enrolled in APSU's College of Graduate Studies for the semester.

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Hilda Hageman
Hageman Estate gives more than $600,000 to APSU programs in biology department

Beginning in the fall of 2020, the biology department will award four Hilda Stone Hageman and John Andrew Hageman Endowed Scholarships annually, each worth $6,641.

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Community School of the Arts
APSU Community School of the Arts offers low-pressure learning

The Community School of the Arts at Austin Peay State University spans all age groups and skill levels, and the offerings continue to grow. Now is your chance to sign up for the next set of art, music, dance, theater and writing classes that begins Sept. 10. Registration is underway at www.apsu.edu/ceca/csa.

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