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Be BOLD and Study Abroad

The Bridging Opportunities for Leadership through Diversity or B.O.L.D. scholarship is for APSU students looking to study abroad but are financially unable. The scholarship is sponsored by APSU’s Learning Opportunities Center and was created to make study abroad more accessible. B.O.L.D. scholarship recipients can receive up to $3,000 to cover ...

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First SGA Meeting of the Spring Semester

APSU’s Student Government Assembly (SGA) convened on Jan. 16 at 5 p.m for the first meeting of the spring semester. The Executive Council of SGA welcomed Senators back and referenced that this semester would be better than the last. The majority of the meeting concerned resolutions and discussing them. During ...

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APSU’s first doctoral program

The first class of the inaugural doctoral program to ever exist at APSU is in session. The doctorate, in educational leadership, has brought a whole new kind of student to APSU. “You work with students who have already achieved at the undergraduate level, who have already achieved at the master’s ...

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New kiosks unveiled at Chick-fil-A

New to the nation and new to the APSU campus, Chick-fil-A order-taking kiosks were officially debuted to students on Monday, Jan. 14. The kiosks are located in the Morgan University Center food court. Lauren Fladger, Senior Leader of Chick-fil-A’s Service and Hospitality team, said “[Austin Peay] is the first college ...

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Crime Log- From Jan. 1 to Jan. 13

THEFT (ALL OTHER) North Side of Clement Building- 15 Browning Dr. noon, Jan. 8 OPEN VANDALISM- MISDEMEANOR Castle Heights- 305 Castle Heights Dr. 4:36 a.m., Jan. 1 REPORT   The full crime incident log can be found at www.theallstate.org

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Flying into new territory – GOV 1 lands on campus as part of Aviation Science Program

GOV 1 has landed on the lawn between the Art + Design Building and the Sundquist Science Complex. GOV 1, a Guimbal Cabri G2, is the first helicopter in APSU’s rotor wing fleet to land on campus. The fleet currently contains two Guimbal Cabri G2s and will soon acquire one ...

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