Unsuccessful attempts to amend the U.S. Constitution were in the spotlight in a recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Michael Neiberg Synopsis: This year’s Strickland Lecturer at MTSU discusses his area of expertise, World War I, in this, the..
MTSU students and professors are prepared to show off their filmmaking talents at a Nashville festival. Five motion pictures written, directed and produced by members..
The consul-general of Japan highlights a dynamic celebration of International Education Week at MTSU, set Nov. 10-14. Motohiko Kato, Japan’s consul-general stationed in Nashville, will..
Members of the MTSU community aim to dispel the notion that religion and science are mutually exclusive at a special presentation set Thursday, Nov. 20...
Practical advice to help bridge the gap between college and work is on tap for this year’s Nontraditional Student Celebration at MTSU Nov. 10-18. Robin..
What is the key to getting college students more engaged in the democratic process, especially in an election year? The American Association of University Women..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Robert “Bud” Fischer Synopsis: The dean of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences reviews MTSU’s new $147 million science building..
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