National media outlets relied on MTSU experts for facts and perspectives in recent articles on racial discrimination, the Federal Reserve System, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, the Scopes..
MTSU is providing students interested in careers in the ever-changing world of criminal justice with an extraordinary opportunity to chat with those working daily in..
Three law enforcement officers who work for different state agencies are coming to MTSU Tuesday, Feb. 13, to share their perspectives with students. A free..
“Take yourself out of your comfort zone. That’s the only way you grow” was the message FBI agent Keith A. Johnson conveyed to eager MTSU..
MTSU faculty and staff took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about the upcoming Bleed Blue Blood Drive, a student-led effort to assist a..
A member of MTSU’s campus community shared his expertise at one of the South’s premier literary events: the 2017 Southern Festival of Books in Nashville...
An MTSU criminal justice professor will expose the often-overlooked connection between military veterans and gang violence in a special talk set Friday, Sept. 29. Dr...
MTSU is providing a forum on Wednesday, Sept. 21, for an in-depth discussion of one of the most pervasive social issues of our time: reducing..
MTSU’s student chapter of the National Federation of the Blind has recognized an MTSU criminal justice professor’s student-focused teaching with a special award. Dr. Elizabeth..
Middle Tennessee State University and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Training Division have reached an agreement that gives officers greater incentive to get their college..
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