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Search for Chief Diversity Officer

Austin Peay is moving forward with their search for a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), an expanded position that will combine compliance to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 that requires our institution never exclude, deny any benefit to, or discriminate against any person on the basis of sex. ...

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Candidates for Dean of the College of Arts and Letters

The hunt is on.   The search for a new Dean of the College of Arts & Letters has been narrowed down to four candidates: Caterina Bristol, Richard Kravchak, Jeffrey Oxford and Barry Jones, M.F.A.; Interim Dean of the College of Arts & Letters, APSU.   The College of Arts & Letters ...

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New Prices for Housing

It was proposed on March 14 and approved unanimously a day later that housing costs for all residents will change in the coming year. “APSU housing is considered an auxiliary unit,”Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Director of Housing Joe Mills said. “This means we are self supported and ...

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Board of Trustees meeting ushers change on campus

This month’s Board of Trustees meeting commenced with the promise of big changes coming to campus next semester. With new programs and personnel, all students and faculty should be expecting new things for the 2019-2020 school year. A constant concern for students and faculty alike is funding. Funding affects everyone ...

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SGA after Spring Break

The Student Government Association (SGA) executive council welcomed Senators back from spring break. A guest speaker from the Advancement Office came to speak about Govs Give. The Senate gave a final vote on the library security cameras, passed resolution 20 and reviewed Act 4. Sam Myhnier is the Assistant Director ...

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Photo Gallery: APSU at the 2019 OVC Tournament

APSU’s quarterfinal loss to Tennessee Tech on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s quarterfinal win over Morehead St. on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s semifinal loss to Belmont on Friday, March 9 in Evansville, Indiana. TREY CHRYSTAK | THE ALL STATE

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