GOOD TO KNOW
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Issue 170, September 24, 2014
In this issue...
The Nominating Committee charts the course for TSPRA's future
♦ Proposed Bylaws Changes
♦ Conference Proposals
♦ Scholarship Information
TSPRA's Bright Idea recipient, "Go Public," will present at TASA TASB on Sat morn at 9:00. Make plans to attend!
Make plans to attend the CTPS session at TASA TASB on Sat at 1:30, rm 163D