Events & Workshops
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020
SPEAKER: Mike Wilson, director, APSU GIS Center
TOPIC: What is the APSU GIS Center?
DESCRIPTION: The presentation will outline the functions of the APSU GIS Center. The center is an externally funded, applied research unit at APSU. The GIS staff works with APSU students, faculty and the community to solve technology-related problems. Its extensive outreach program can assist with existing projects and collaborate on new funding opportunities and projects.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
SPEAKER: Dr. Philip C. Short, co-director, Jack Hunt STEM Center
TOPIC: Keeping the STEM on the Apple
DESCRIPTION: The presentation will focus on the shortage of qualified science teachers throughout Tennessee and across the nation. Opportunities for students to contribute time and service to STEM Education outreach activities will be offered. These opportunities may spark an interest in STEM majors to consider using their knowledge and skills as highly qualified educators.
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
SPEAKER: Dr. Janice Crews, director, Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts
TOPIC: The Arts at APSU
DESCRIPTION: The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay provides over 100 arts
events per year on campus. Come learn about how you can take advantage of free guest
artist lectures, art exhibits, concerts and more.
The 2019 TAS meeting will be held in November 22nd, 2019 at Columbia State Community
College in Columbia, TN.
We are happy to announce that the plenary speaker will be Dr. Larisa DeSantis. Dr.
DeSantis is in the Earth and Environmental Sciences department at Vanderbilt and specializes
in vertebrate paleontology, paleoecology, and paleoclimates. Her work will be of interest
to a wide range of scientists and appeal to students. She also has done research on
student perceptions of climate change and evolution
Georgia Institute of Technology
The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology
2020 Summer Undergraduate
Research Program in Nanotechnology