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Winter storm cancels Robert Kennedy Jr.’s APSU visit

APSU's Unity Celebration program has announced a cancellation in its events lineup.
by News Staff


Extended education schedule and registration discounts announced

Stressful economic times require people to keep their skill sets current. Retirement doesn't necessarily mean vegetation in a rocking chair. Mental stimulation is a recognized safeguard against senility. All of these factors ma...
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Austin Peay’s 82nd graduating class largest ever

The May 6 commencement ceremony at Austin Peay State University marked a first in many regards for the university.
by News Staff


Apples for Education Campaign brings in supplies for teachers, students

Two local banks and their branches participated in the Clarksville Montgomery County Education Foundation‘s “Apples for Education,” a school supply drive and donation campaign to stock items for the teachers&#...
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Jeremy Cecil named Kenwood Elementary principal

Jeremy Cecil has been selected as assistant principal at Kenwood Elementary, replacing Tracy Hodges who was named Principal at St. Bethlehem Elementary. Mr. Cecil has taught in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System fo...
by News Staff



Health courses expanded at the Renaissance Center

Dickson residents interested in pursuing careers in health care are encouraged to check out two new courses being offered for the Spring 2012 semester by Austin Peay at The Renaissance Center. One course, Introduction to Health...
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APSU, Volunteer State partner to offer teacher licensure programs

Teacher licensure programs at Highland Crest College Campus in Springfield beginning in January 2012.The program  is a partnership between  Austin Peay State University and Volunteer State Community College. Students will co...
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