Underserved children in a five-county area will get the “spark” they need to ignite healthier lifestyles thanks to MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services...
With the June 1 registration deadline quickly approaching and spaces still available, the MTSU Office of Alumni Relations staff is looking forward to bringing “better living”..
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..
Two MTSU students will continue their education with financial help from the ATHENA Patrons Society. Monica McKinny and Rebecca Campbell received scholarships during the 2018..
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services recently participated in the third annual Tennessee Quit Week by helping raise awareness about the Tennessee Department of..
MTSU and the Heart of Tennessee chapter of the American Red Cross welcomed True Blue supporters to give from the heart for a pre-Valentine’s Day blood..
MTSU is launching a project that will enhance children’s activities beyond those offered in traditional physical education courses. With funding from the Tennessee Department of..
Students in an MTSU program planning class are working hard to bring a disabled veteran’s quality of life up to par, and golf aficionados are..
An MTSU program that has improved the quality of life for numerous people and educated thousands of professionals recently marked its 50th anniversary in new..
Exciting opportunities to work on projects that have a direct impact on the public’s well-being await MTSU students this semester. The Center for Health and..
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