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‘Russophobia’ and the Ukraine crisis explored on ‘MTSU On the Record’

The next edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program features a scholar who sees a unique connection between “Dracula” and the current crisis in Ukraine. Host Gina Logue’s interview with … [Read More...]

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April 23 documentary at MTSU exposes horror of ‘honor violence’

Inspired by the Arab Spring, women are beginning to speak out about an ongoing legacy of oppression. “Honor Diaries,” a documentary that expresses the women’s anguish, will be screened at 7 … [Read More...]

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Learn a new language muy rápido at MTSU Summer Language Institute

Learn a foreign language in no time this summer by signing up for accelerated classes through MTSU’s Center for Accelerated Language Acquisition. Classes for the 12th annual Summer Language … [Read More...]

Student News

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Blue Raider trio named as Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars finalists

Three Middle Tennessee student-athletes have received national recognition as 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars finalists by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine. Nayara Moraes, tennis; Jordan Parker, football; and Ebony Rowe, basketball, were the Blue Raiders’ three honorees among a field of 32 total finalists chosen from more than 600 candidates nationwide. The Arthur […]

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Faculty/Staff News

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MTSU professor to share expertise on Russia at Washington think tank

An MTSU expert on Russia will take part in a renowned research institute’s exploration of educational issues in the country. Dr. Andrei Korobkov, a professor of political science, will be a panelist for “Innovation, Brain Drain and the Politics of Russian Higher Education Reform” Wednesday, April 23, at the prestigious Kennan Institute of the Woodrow […]

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Special Events

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Visiting Chinese musician to perform at Walker Library April 22

The gentle, poignant tones of Chinese music will greet patrons of MTSU’s James E. Walker Library soon. Xiaojun Huo, who is first chair of erhu in the folk music division of the China Opera and Dance Theater, will share her talents in a free public performance set from 2 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, […]

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Alumni News

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MTSU to honor military alumnus, China leader at May 10 commencement

An Army three-star general from Bell Buckle, Tenn., and a top education official from China will receive honorary doctorates from MTSU and will address graduates during commencement exercises May 10. MTSU alumnus Lt. Gen. William Phillips, who was most recently stationed at the Pentagon as director of the Army’s Acquisition Corps, will be honored and […]

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Campus Community

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Women of character, courage to be celebrated at MTSU April 26

MTSU is putting the wraps on its National Women’s History Month celebration by acknowledging area residents who stand up for women’s rights. The inaugural Women of Character, Courage and Commitment Gala is slated for 6 p.m. Saturday, April 26, in the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building. Women and men in the MTSU community, […]

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Lectures & Guest Speakers

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U.S. diplomatic official to discuss Iraq, Afghanistan April 22

A top U.S. diplomatic official will offer his perspective on one of the world’s most volatile regions in an address at MTSU. Jason Lewis-Berry will talk about “Conflict Prevention and Response after Iraq and Afghanistan” at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 22, in the Tom Jackson Building. A searchable campus map with parking details is available […]

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