JSU Newswire
Jacksonville, Alabama

Third Annual Appalachian School
To Be Held on JSU Campus
on June 24 - 27

May 23, 2003 -- The Tradition Continues...

We are proud to announce the Third Annual Appalachian School to be held on the campus of Jacksonville State University on June 24 - 27, 2003. It is well known by those who have attended in the past that we have a jam-packed week of outstanding events including wonderful keynote speakers and informative core courses. This year we will have some of our most popular speakers to return and our new keynote speakers will most definitely be outstanding. A few of the core courses offered include:

  • Psychopharmacology that Anyone Can Understand presented by Merrill Norton of the Talbott Recovery Campus in Atlanta, GA.
  • Difficult Teens: At School, at Home and in Treatment presented by the extraordinary and highly published Janice Gabe.
  • Verbal Abuse & the Connection to Domestic Violence by the best-selling author and acclaimed public speaker, Paticia Evans.
  • The Basics of Grant Writing by the successful grant writer Erica A. Obi of the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council. This class is appropriate for anyone interested in searching for and writing grant proposals.
  • Reality Therapy in a Group Setting by the wonderful Wendall Walker of the Glasser Institute.
  • Eight additional popular courses will also be offered. Additional information can be found on our website. (http://www.apsads.org)
The Appalachian School is made possible by a collaborative effort of the State Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, JSU and other state and private organizations. A limited number of scholarships are available from the Department of Education. For additional information, please contact Co-Chairs Ricky Naugher (256-782-5815) or Kathleen Friery (256-782-5851). We welcome you to become a part of the ApSADS tradition at JSU!


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