Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Rebekka King Synopsis: The assistant professor of religious studies celebrates the one-year anniversary of the degree track by discussing existing..
A wealth of previously undiscovered creativity from the pen of one of America’s most original musicians will come to light this summer with help from..
MTSU students will combine old-fashioned information gathering and new technology to bring an historical site closer to the public. The Digital History Program’s “Maymester Experience”..
MTSU’s Religious Studies degree program is celebrating its first anniversary, and one of its professors will explain its popularity on the next “MTSU On the..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Dalton Synopsis: Dr. Elizabeth Dalton, an assistant professor of communication studies, explains her research into academics’ attitudes toward data..
MTSU’s Center for Health & Human Services is working to ensure that the troubles and tragedies of life do not impede children’s opportunities. In partnership..
Three nontraditional MTSU students have received a boost in their educational careers from the June S. Anderson Foundation. The organization awarded full-tuition scholarships to AnToinette..
If two heads are better than one, why isn’t reusing existing scientific data more desirable than going it alone? That’s the question under discussion on..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Carla Moore Synopsis: MTSU alumna Carla Moore turned a car wreck into a plan for personal and professional progress as documented..
If your community needs help with a local history project, the folks at MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation would like to hear from you. June..
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