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Fall 2021 set to be busy, celebratory year for APSU military community

Events this fall include the kick-off of a year-long celebration of the 50th anniversary of APSU's ROTC program and a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Newton Military Family Resource Center.

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APSU campus
APSU invites public to comment on undergraduate tuition and mandatory increase prior to June 4 vote

In November 2020, THEC recommended a maximum 2 percent increase for tuition and mandatory fees for Tennessee's public higher education institutions. APSU is proposing a total 1.6 percent increase.

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Dance recital
APSU's Community School of the Arts hosts inaugural dance recital, announces summer arts classes

The program is easing back into in-person classes this summer, but safety during this ongoing pandemic remains the CSA's top priority.

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Lusters
APSU Military Alumni Chapter endows Mrs. Joyce Luster Scholarship Endowment for Special Forces students

Qualified applicants will include any active duty or honorably discharged Special Forces Support soldier, spouse or dependent of a Special Forces Support soldier.

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Evans Harvill
The Harvills of Austin Peay: How one family spent 90 years supporting the local university

Evans Harvill, alumnus, son of a former Austin Peay president and long-time supporter of his alma mater, grew up with the campus, first arriving as a three-year-old in 1929. He passed away May 10, at the age of 95.

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Campus Police
APSU Police increasing seat belt enforcement during national "Click It or Ticket" mobilization

According to Tennessee's Integrated Traffic Analysis Network, 403 people killed in Tennessee traffic crashes last year were not wearing a seat belt, representing about 33 percent of the state's total traffic fatalities in 2020.

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The Fortes
Sarah Overstreet-Forte Scholarship benefits APSU students in need of financial assistance

The scholarship was established in 2018, but it was renamed by Dr. Leonard R. "Sonny" Forte (B.S. '63) after his wife, Sarah, passed away on May 30, 2020.

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Weekly COVID-19 Update
Weekly COVID-19 Update

This week, Austin Peay is hosting seven commencement ceremonies to honor our December 2020 and Spring 2021 graduates. They deserve special recognition because they persevered through one of the most challenging years in University history.

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APSU opera sheds light on the events of 2020 with musical film
APSU opera sheds light on the events of 2020 with musical film

The students of the Opera Theatre at APSU have been working hard to put together an original production that discusses events of 2020 such as the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment, racial tensions and mental health issues through music, theatre and film.

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Sarah Dugger
Sarah Dugger to make history on Friday as APSU's first doctoral graduate

On March 26, Dugger successfully defended her dissertation, "The impact of COVID-19 on Risk of Teacher Retention in the United States," making her the first graduate of APSU's Doctor of Education degree program.

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Happening today: The first of seven commencement ceremonies this week
Happening today: Final three commencement ceremonies for spring graduates

The final three of five commencement ceremonies for spring Austin Peay State University graduates are today.

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Maj. Gen. Walt Lord
APSU names retired Maj. Gen. Lord as new military adviser in residence

In his previous role leading the Pentagon's Reserve Forces Policy Board (RFPB) staff, Lord and the Chairman of the RFPB provided advice directly to the U.S. Secretary of Defense on policy issues that impact the nation's seven military Reserve Components.

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Google-sponsored summer coding camps return to Austin Peay campus
Google-sponsored summer coding camps return to Austin Peay campus

Anyone who wants to attend the camps can sign up at a steep discount. The first half of campers who sign up will get a 90% discount off the normal $99 price. All other campers will get a 60% discount.

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Deepesh Subedi
APSU student escapes Bhutanese ethnic war, later wins THEC's top service award

Last month, Deepesh Subedi was recognized for his work when he received the Tennessee Higher Education Commission's Harold Love Outstanding Community.

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Happening tonight: Last Science on Tap of the spring semester
Happening tonight: Last Science on Tap of the spring semester

Dr. Catherine Haase will present "Moose, Wolves and Bats, Oh My!" and will explain how mathematical models can help us unravel the effects of disease on animal energetics.

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Austin Peay This Week: Seven commencement ceremonies planned for fall, spring graduates
Austin Peay This Week: Seven commencement ceremonies planned for fall, spring graduates

Ceremonies for Austin Peay's Fall 2020 graduates are scheduled for Tuesday, May 4, and Wednesday, May 5. Ceremonies for the University's Spring 2021 graduates are scheduled for Thursday, May 6, and Friday, May 7.

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APSU Army ROTC Commissioning Ceremony to celebrate largest class in program’s 50-year history
APSU Army ROTC Commissioning Ceremony to celebrate largest class in program's 50-year history

On May 7, 2021, Austin Peay will have its first in-person commissioning ceremony since the start of the pandemic, and the ceremony will be the biggest in the program's 50-year history.

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Art + Design honors student work at juried student exhibition awards show
Art + Design honors student work at juried student exhibition awards show

The Department of Art + Design's 53rd Annual Juried Student Exhibition honored students on Wednesday, April 28, with an awards night via Zoom.

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Health Professions Building rendering
New health professions building and new military institute coming to APSU

On Thursday, April 29, the Tennessee General Assembly approved funding for both projects at Austin Peay State University as part of the state's 2021-2022 annual budget.

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APSU students ‘escape’ chemistry lab by finding the fictional copper thief
APSU students 'escape' chemistry lab by finding the fictional copper thief

Dr. Leslie Hiatt's quantitative analysis chemistry students at Austin Peay State University had a mystery to solve - identify the department's copper thief. But this mystery came with a tantalizing reward. If the students found the copper thief, they also "escaped" the class's lab work.

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Austin Peay’s deans ‘slimed’ after reaching and smashing Govs Give campaign goals
Austin Peay's deans 'slimed' after reaching and smashing Govs Give campaign goals

Because the Austin Peay State University Govs Give campaign was so successful, each of APSU's college deans agreed to be SLIMED, Nickelodeon-style, on Wednesday.

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Jarres Plummer
APSU engineering physics student earns national research award

The Physics and Astronomy Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) named Jarres Plummer as one of only five recipients of the Barlow Undergraduate Research Support Awards.

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Happening today: Art + Design student juried exhibition awards
Happening today: Art + Design students juried art exhibition awards

The professionally juried exhibition runs through April 28. There will be a reception + awards ceremony on April 28, via Zoom beginning at 5:30 p.m.

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Subedi and Darnell
Two members of APSU community win THEC community service award

Only 10 individuals from across the state were selected for this prestigious award, including APSU nursing graduate student Deepesh Subedi and Dr. Linda Darnell, associate professor of nursing.

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McCord
APSU College of Behavioral and Health Sciences honors students with annual awards

The college canceled its award celebration because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is still highlighting the work of its students by presenting them, in absentia, with its annual honors and awards.

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Austin Peay This Week: Art + Design students wrap up juried art exhibition
Austin Peay This Week: Art + Design students wrap up juried art exhibition

The professionally juried exhibition runs through April 28. There will be a reception + awards ceremony on April 28, via Zoom beginning at 5:30 p.m. Also this week, opera theatre students debut a film about 2020, and the vaccine site needs volunteers.

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Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update
Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update

After an incredibly difficult year of enduring the COVID-19 pandemic, we finally have a little light at the end of the tunnel. Vaccines are here!

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Eliza Evans takes us into the future to show the effects of climate change
Eliza Evans takes us into the future to show the effects of climate change

On Earth Day, the Art + Design lawn at Austin Peay State University had an interesting sight to see. Eliza Evans, an environmental artist of about 10 years, was taking part in a durational performance piece where she spent several hours in a "time machine."

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APSU opera theatre students to premiere student-created film about 2020
APSU opera theatre students to premiere student-created film about 2020

Austin Peay State University opera theatre students in the Department of Music have been working hard to create an opera piece that covers the events of 2020 in a unique way.

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Govs Give Total
APSU raises more than $450,000 during fifth annual Govs Give online giving campaign

Over the past five years of Govs Give, the University has raised more than $1 million for student success.

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Campus
Austin Peay to offer new health and social justice certificate this fall

The College of Behavioral Health and Science received a grant from the Tennessee Board of Regents that will provide laptops to the first 20 students who enroll to pursue the certificate.

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Happening today: Environmental artist Eliza Evans to perform ‘Time Machine’ on campus
Happening today: Environmental artist Eliza Evans to perform 'Time Machine' on campus

Environmental artist Eliza Evans will be on campus from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. today to perform a reiteration of her piece "Time Machine," a duration and interactive work where she will spend several hours "living" in a mass-produced greenhouse on the lawn of the Arts Quad. The performance is free and open to the public.

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Annual #GovsGive online giving event underway at govsgive.com
Annual #GovsGive online giving event underway at govsgive.com

Austin Peay State University's annual online giving event, #GovsGive2021, is underway with the goal of fundraising for the University's colleges' Funds of Excellence, athletics and student affairs.

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Austin Peay This Week: Environmental artist Eliza Evans to perform ‘Time Machine’ outside Art + Design building
Austin Peay This Week: Environmental artist Eliza Evans to perform 'Time Machine' outside Art + Design building

On Earth Day, April 22, environmental artist Eliza Evans will be on campus from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. to perform a reiteration of her piece Time Machine, a duration and interactive work where she will spend several hours “living” in a mass-produced greenhouse on the lawn of the Arts Quad.

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Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team finishes 29th at world-renown Sandhurst competition
Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team finishes 29th at world-class Sandhurst competition

Austin Peay's ROTC Ranger Challenge team finished 29th of 44 teams competing at Sandhurst, the world's premier international academy military skills competition.

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Continuing today: Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team competing at Sandhurst
Continuing today: Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team competing at Sandhurst

After one day of competition at Sandhurst, the world's premier international academy military skills competition, Austin Peay's ROTC Ranger Challenge team is in 28th place of 44 teams competing.

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Austin Peay’s Banerjee to serve as Tennessee University Faculty Senates president
Austin Peay's Banerjee to serve as Tennessee University Faculty Senates president

Austin Peay State University history professor Dr. Soma Banerjee has been elected to the office of president-elect of TUFS, the Tennessee University Faculty Senates.

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Weekly COVID-19 Update: April 16
Weekly COVID-19 Update: April 16

While we're excited to resume commencement ceremonies, it's vital that all participants and visitors follow the COVID-19 safety protocols we've developed for these ceremonies.

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Starting today: Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team competing at Sandhurst
Starting today: Austin Peay ROTC Ranger Challenge team competing at Sandhurst

The team will be one of the teams who earned a spot to compete at this year's prestigious competition, which runs through the weekend.

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Dr. Dan Shea
APSU May class to discover literary magic behind Harry Potter series

During the three-week, online class, students will read four novels in the series and discover how literary works by Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, J.R.R. Tolkien and others influenced the world of Harry Potter.

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Celebrating ROTC’s 50th year at Austin Peay: Maj. Gregory Mabry
Celebrating ROTC's 50th year at Austin Peay: Maj. Gregory Mabry

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 Maj. Gregory Mabry.

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APSU student newspaper earns regional awards and national recognition

The All State student newspaper at Austin Peay State University earned five regional awards in the Southeast Journalism Conference's Best of the South Awards.

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Students
APSU partners with ATS for speech-language student clinicals

Advanced Therapy Solutions made its facility available to APSU speech-language seniors so they can complete clinical experiences in speech-language pathology before they graduate this May.

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After pandemic stopped everything, Ranger Challenge team finally gets second trip to world-class Sandhurst competition
After pandemic stopped everything, Ranger Challenge team finally gets second trip to world-class Sandhurst competition

As with many things COVID, a new year is offering second chances. Austin Peay will be one of the teams who earned a spot last year to compete this year at the prestigious competition.

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AP Bowl
APSU Student Government Association hosting COVID-19 Candlelight Memorial April 15

Over the last year, more than 560,000 Americans - including 223 Montgomery County residents - have died as a result of this new coronavirus.

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Austin Peay This Week: Art + Design students show off work during juried art exhibition
Austin Peay This Week: Art + Design students show off work during juried art exhibition

Also happening this week: Theatre and Dance continue virtual season with Suspense! Live; APSU Dining now offering mobile ordering at two campus locations; and University vaccine site surpasses 2,000 doses and expands offerings.

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APSU Theatre and Dance presents World Premiere Staging of Peabody-nominated radio drama Suspense!

The production will run from April 15-17. All shows start at 7:30 p.m., and the performances will take place virtually via a LIVE video or audio-only stream.

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Austin Peay students, professors publish paper about recent work with bacteriophages
Austin Peay students, professors publish paper about recent work with bacteriophages

This spring, 11 undergraduate and graduate students worked with APSU's Dr. Sergei Markov to publish a paper that shares the team's work with the three bacteriophages they found in Clarksville and lovingly named Danno, Otwor and Scumberland.

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Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update
Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update

Earlier this week, Austin Peay State University's COVID-19 vaccination site administered its 2,000th vaccine. The University also began giving a limited number of Johnson & Johnson vaccines to students.

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APSU’s Adrienne Wilk announced as one of 25 people to achieve international simulation operations specialist credential
APSU's Adrienne Wilk announced as one of 25 people to achieve international simulation operations specialist credential

Austin Peay's Adrienne Wilk has earned the international Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist-Advanced credential. She joins the ranks of 25 people from four countries who have achieved this distinction.

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SRH Govs Gallery
APSU to host Stone, Rudolph & Henry Govs Gallery Virtual Celebration and Ribbon-Cutting on April 23

The firm recently made a generous gift to the APSU College of Business as part of a partnership to promote future student success by providing the resources faculty and staff need to continue their high-quality instruction.

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Larry Carroll
APSU alumnus creates Larry W. Carroll Gov Fund to be managed by business students

The fund is being used in conjunction with the Larry Carroll Financial Trading Center to provide a valuable experiential learning opportunity for students and allow them to manage an investment portfolio.

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Dr. Leake
APSU names Dr. Valerie Leake as director for the Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology program

Leake previously served as a founding faculty member and later the director of the groundbreaking Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology program at Radford University in Virginia.

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APSU alum takes on the well-known Appalachian Trail, the longest hiking footpath in the world
APSU alum takes on the well-known Appalachian Trail, the longest hiking footpath in the world

But the wise words of one of Austin McKain's friends inspired him to take on one of the biggest challenges of his life - hiking the entire 2,200-mile length of the Appalachian Trail.

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Happening tonight: APSU’s David Walker joins virtual discussion ‘Conversations on Design & Race’
Happening tonight: APSU's David Walker joins virtual discussion 'Conversations on Design & Race'

Austin Peay State University's David Jon Walker is one of 12 graphic design educators of color included in a new book titled "Black, Brown + Latinx Design Educators: Conversations on Design and Race." A series of events - including one tonight - is helping to bring the book's educators to the public eye.

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APSU Department of Art + Design celebrates student work with 53rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
APSU Department of Art + Design celebrates student work with 53rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

The Department of Art + Design is celebrating the end of the 2020-21 academic year with the 53rd Annual Juried Student Exhibition. The professionally juried exhibition opened in The New Gallery on April 5 and runs through April 28. There will be a reception + awards ceremony on April 28, via Zoom beginning at 5:30 p.m. All are invited to attend.

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APSU Dining
APSU Dining now offering mobile ordering at two campus locations

With the Transact app, two campus eateries - Burger 931 and Tù Taco - are currently accepting mobile orders from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday.

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Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative’s ‘New Course for Conservation’
Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative's 'New Course for Conservation'

Austin Peay State University's Science on Tap lecture series continues virtually on April 6 when Dr. Dwayne Estes offers a look at the Southeastern Grasslands Initiative (SGI) based at APSU.

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Austin Peay to join Japanese universities at Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference
Happening today: Austin Peay to join Japanese universities at Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference

At this year's Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference - 7-9 p.m. April 6 via Zoom - students from Austin Peay, Komatsu University and the Prefectural University of Hiroshima will host presentations exploring the deeper meanings of the cherry blossom and the Tennessee-Japan connection.

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Jenny Denk
APSU to launch new music therapy degree concentration this fall

In August 2021, Austin Peay will become one of only two public schools in Tennessee to offer a music therapy degree accredited by the American Music Therapy Association.

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Library
During National Library Week, check out APSU's Woodward Library online

National Library Week, April 4-10, is a time to highlight the essential role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening communities.

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Austin Peay will return to pre-COVID class formats this summer, plans to be face-to-face this fall
Austin Peay will return to pre-COVID class formats this summer, plans to be face-to-face this fall

Austin Peay State University officials have announced that the University will return to pre-pandemic class formats this summer. University officials also fully intend for Austin Peay to return to predominantly face-to-face classes this fall.

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Austin Peay This Week: Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative’s ‘New Course for Conservation’
Austin Peay This Week: Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative's 'New Course for Conservation'

This week's highlights: Science on Tap features the Southeastern Grasslands Initiative, Art21 artist Stephanie Syjuco in CECA's Visiting Artist Speaker Series, APSU's David Walker joins conversation about Black, Brown + Latinx design educators, Austin Peay joins Japanese universities at Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference and Austin Peay's vaccination site is open to those 18 or older!

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Austin Peay announces new roles for Whiteside, Phillips on senior leadership team
Austin Peay announces new roles for Whiteside, Phillips on senior leadership team

Dannelle Whiteside will serve as vice president for legal affairs and organizational strategy, overseeing legal affairs, public relations, marketing and strategic initiatives. Kris Phillips will be vice president for University Advancement and executor of the Austin Peay State University Foundation. He'll also oversee alumni relations.

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Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative’s ‘New Course for Conservation’
Science on Tap to examine Southeastern Grasslands Initiative's 'New Course for Conservation'

Austin Peay State University's Science on Tap lecture series continues virtually on April 6 when Dr. Dwayne Estes offers a look at the Southeastern Grasslands Initiative (SGI) based at APSU.

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Art + Design continues CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series with Art21 artist Stephanie Syjuco
Art + Design continues CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series with Art21 artist Stephanie Syjuco

The Department of Art + Design, with support from the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to host artist Stephanie Syjuco to finish out an incredible 2020-21 CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series season.

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Happening tonight: APSU’s David Jon Walker joins virtual discussion centering voices of Black, Brown + Latinx design educators
APSU’s Walker featured in 'Black, Brown + Latinx Design Educators: Conversations on Design and Race'

Austin Peay State University's David Jon Walker is one of 12 graphic design educators of color included in a new book titled "Black, Brown + Latinx Design Educators: Conversations on Design and Race."

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Austin Peay to host seven commencement ceremonies for Fall 2020, Spring 2021 graduates
Austin Peay to host seven commencement ceremonies for Fall 2020, Spring 2021 graduates

This May, Austin Peay State University will host seven commencement ceremonies to honor the University's Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 graduates.

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Happening today: CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell to give lecture
Happening today: CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell to give lecture

CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell will give a lecture exploring his work and creative practices on March 30.

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APSU College of Business announces 4th Annual Carmen C. Reagan  Outstanding Leader Awards
APSU College of Business announces 4th Annual Carmen C. Reagan Outstanding Leader Awards

The peer-nominated award honors one external community leader, a faculty/staff member, and a student whose outstanding involvement with the APSU College of Business and its mission to enhance the University and the Clarksville community.

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Austin Peay This Week: Those 18 years and older can now get vaccinated on campus
Austin Peay This Week: Those 18 years and older can now get vaccinated on campus

The county recently opened COVID-19 vaccines to anyone 16 years or older. Anyone 18 years or older can receive the Moderna vaccine at our campus vaccination site free of charge.

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Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update
Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update

While COVID-19 cases have leveled or begun to decline in many parts of the country because of increased vaccine availability, we want to remind the campus community that it is not time to be lax in practicing preventative measures.

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Austin Peay alum to offer creative writing classes for students to tap into their creative side
Austin Peay alum to offer creative writing classes for students at Community School of the Arts

Students ages 15 through adult have an opportunity to take a class in creative writing at Austin Peay's Community School of the Arts. The eight-week course starts April 13 and will meet remotely from 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Tuesday until June 1.

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Happening today: CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series continues with environmental artist Eliza Evans
Happening today: CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series continues with environmental artist Eliza Evans

The Department of Art + Design, with support from The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to host environmental artist, Eliza Evans, to continue an incredible 2020-21 CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series season.

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Happening today: Lecture series continues with ‘Tools of Effective Civic Engagement’
Happening today: Lecture series continues with 'Tools of Effective Civic Engagement'

The College of Behavioral and Health Sciences' Brown Bag Lecture Series continues today with Dr. Kevin Baron, assistant professor of political science and public management, presenting "How to Change Your World: The Tools of Effective Civic Engagement."

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Nursing, rad tech students see power of collaboration in interdisciplinary simulation
Nursing, rad tech students see power of collaboration in interdisciplinary simulation

Earlier this month, about 70 Austin Peay State University nursing and radiologic technology students navigated a two-day interdisciplinary simulation where they learned the real-life stakes of collaboration and communication.

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CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell to give APSU-hosted lecture on March 30
CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell to give APSU-hosted lecture on March 30

CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Benjy Russell will give a lecture exploring his work and creative practices on March 30. The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) recently announced Russell from Dowelltown and Karen Seapker, from Donalson, as the 2020-21 recipients of the Tennessee Artist Fellowship.

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Brian Dunn
APSU editor and communication grad student Brian Dunn wins top student paper at regional academic conference

He will present his work during a virtual popular communication session on April 9, and he will be the only master-level student to present at this session.

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Free CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series continues with environmental artist Eliza Evans
Free CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series continues with environmental artist Eliza Evans

The Department of Art + Design, with support from The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to host environmental artist, Eliza Evans, to continue an incredible 2020-21 CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series season.

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Austin Peay This Week: Center for Rural Education to host inaugural conference March 23
Austin Peay This Week: Center for Rural Education to host inaugural conference March 23

This week: Center for Rural Education inaugural conference, Eliza Evans artist talk, Dr. Kevin Baron in the Brown Bag Lecture Series, Dean Barry Jones artist talk, COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue on campus.

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Austin Peay to join Japanese universities at Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference
Austin Peay to join Japanese universities at Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference

At this year's Nashville Cherry Blossom Conference, students from Austin Peay, Komatsu University and the Prefectural University of Hiroshima will host presentations exploring the deeper meanings of the cherry blossom and the Tennessee-Japan connection.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week ends with parade, football game
Happening today: Homecoming Week ends with parade, football game

The festivities wrap up today with the annual Homecoming Parade and when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with the Gov Run
Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with the Gov Run

The festivities continue today with the annual Gov Run at 4 p.m. at the Intramural Fields and finish up when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21.

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Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update
Austin Peay's Weekly COVID-19 Update

Montgomery County recently announced it will end its local mask mandate today, March 19, but Austin Peay State University's mask policy remains in effect.

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Vaccine
APSU partners with Clarksville Housing Authority to vaccinate seniors

On March 17, the Clarksville Housing Authority brought 10 senior citizens and seven staff members to Austin Peay State University to receive their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

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Maggie Kulback
What if...Maggie Kulback's story

On April 23, 1975, Kulback became the first female Student Government Association president in Austin Peay State University history.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week continues today with Smash! Bang! Lip Sync Contest
Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with Smash! Bang! Lip Sync Contest

The festivities continue today with the virtual Smash! Bang! Lip Sync Contest at 7 p.m. and finish up when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21.

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MPEC construction site tour gives APSU geology students in-person look at future careers
MPEC construction site tour gives APSU geology students in-person look at future careers

Recently, Dr. Kallina Dunkle's environmental geology lecture and lab class got such an opportunity when students toured the new Multi-Purpose Event Center (MPEC) construction site in downtown Clarksville.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with Govs Got Talent
Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with Govs Got Talent

The festivities continue today with Govs Got Talent at 7 p.m. at the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center and finish up when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21.

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Happening today: CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Karen Seapker to lecture
Happening today: CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Karen Seapker to lecture

CECA Tennessee Artist Fellow Karen Seapker will give a lecture exploring her work and creative practices today.

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Dr. Cheryl Lambert
APSU's Center for Rural Education to host inaugural conference March 23

The conference, "Revisiting Our Rural Roots: Supporting Students, Preparing Teachers, and Collaborating with Communities to Influence Excellence in Rural Education," will be available through Zoom.

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The Licaris
The Licaris come home

How did two University of Minnesota undergrads, who met in the early 1990s, end up living in Austin Peay's Archwood mansion? President Michael Licari and his wife, Kirsten, share how they found their home at APSU.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with GovTrails Meet-up
Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with GovTrails Meet-up

The festivities continue today with a GovTrails Meet-up at 12:30 p.m. at “The Sentinel” and finish up when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21.

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CECA, Theatre & Dance to welcome Adam Pascal for two masterclass sessions
CECA, Theatre & Dance to welcome Adam Pascal for two masterclass sessions

The Austin Peay State University Department of Theatre and Dance, with the support of the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to present two masterclass sessions today hosted by award-winning actor Adam Pascal.

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Happening today: APSU GuitarFest 2021 to feature livestream performances
Happening today: APSU GuitarFest 2021 to feature livestream performances

The APSU Guitar Studio will present via livestream GuitarFest 2021, featuring premiere performances of the music of James Piorkowski. The event will include a first-time performance of "A Fine Days Evening" by the APSU Guitar Quintet.

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Today is last day to RSVP for Marvin Posey, Jr. Scholarship Art Exhibit
Today is last day to RSVP for Marvin Posey, Jr. Scholarship Art Exhibit

The Austin Peay State University African American Alumni Chapter and the APSU National Alumni Association will host the Marvin Posey Jr. Scholarship Art Exhibit at 2 p.m. on March 20 in the painting studio of the APSU Art + Design Building.

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McInnis
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee names McInnis to APSU Board of Trustees

McInnis earned her bachelor's degree from Austin Peay in 1995, and she has continued to support her alma mater, serving on the APSU Foundation Board and the APSU College of Business advisory board.

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Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with comedy show
Happening today: Homecoming Week continues with comedy show

The festivities continue today with the comedy show at 7 p.m. at the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center and finish up when the football team hosts Tennessee Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21.

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APSU GuitarFest 2021 to feature livestream performances honoring James Piorkowski’s music
APSU GuitarFest 2021 to feature livestream performances honoring James Piorkowski's music

On Wednesday, March 17, the APSU Guitar Studio will present via livestream GuitarFest 2021, featuring premiere performances of the music of James Piorkowski.

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In the News: ‘Good Morning America’ profiles APSU nursing student giving vaccine to her professor mom
In the News: 'Good Morning America' profiles APSU nursing student giving vaccine to her professor mom

"Good Morning America" profiled the Brockmans on March 15 after Dominique gave the COVID-19 vaccination to her mother on March 4 at Austin Peay's vaccination site.

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