The Austin Peay Experience highlights what APSU is doing to become the region’s university of choice by its centennial in 2027.
Austin Peay State University hosted "Racism not Race: A Scientific Approach to the Myth of Race and the Cost of Racism," a lecture by renowned geneticist Joseph L. Graves Jr., March 21 at the Jack Hunt STEM Center.
As an expert on human genetic variation and what it means to be human - both biologically and socially - Graves addressed the myths of race and the social construct of racism. As the first African American evolutionary b...
Welcome to Austin Peay Extras – the podcast series where we share some of the fascinating talks and lectures hosted by the University each semester. In this episode, Dr. Mike Wilson shares what BigFoot, ostrich eggs and a local manhunt have in common. The talk comes from the March Science on Tap, with Wilson’s Myths, Mysteries and Manhunts, hosted by the College of STEM.
We’re continuing Season Two of The Austin Peay Experience Podcast with “In Session,” a look at some of the exciting classes the University offers. This episode, we're talking to Ebone Amos, assistant professor of African American Studies in the Department of Theatre and Dance, about her class, African American Expressive Culture.
It's Season Two, In Session, of The Austin Peay Experience Podcast, and this spring we're looking at some of the exciting classes the University offers. This episode, we're talking to Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music, about his class, The Beatles: Music, Society and Culture. Sixty years have passed since The Beatles first hit the scene. Why do we still love them? Dr. Yates tells us why.
Dr. Dwayne Estes, executive director of the Southeastern Grasslands Institute, talks about the forgotten Walker-Smith Expedition of 1779, which was a survey of the state boundary line between what was at the time still considered North Carolina and Virginia, giving us a look at what Tennessee looked like almost 200 years ago.
For this episode of Season One: Forgotten Tennessee, Dr. Antonio Thompson, APSU professor of history, discusses his research into German POWs housed in Tennessee and Kentucky during World War II. Thompson has two new books coming out, and the first - "Axis Prisoners of War in Tennessee: Coerced Labor and the Captive Enemy on the Home Front, 1941-1946" - will be published this November 2022.
In this inaugural episode of The Experience Austin Peay Podcast, Charles Booth, APSU director of communication, talks with Dr. Meagan Mann, APSU associate professor of chemistry, about her research involving chemistry, the Bell Witch and murder.
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