More recent events may be getting publicity, but civil rights activities at MTSU actually span the decades. “Movement ’68,” a symposium marking 50 years of..
An MTSU alumnus who maintains a thriving career in Washington, D.C., took time recently to share his experience with students at his alma mater. Jim..
As a way of giving back to his alma mater, a successful policymaker who served in the Carter White House and later as a government..
MTSU faculty experts recently provided their views on such topics as the U.S. Supreme Court, the quality of nurse training, the Vietnam War, children’s playtime,..
MTSU public history graduate students can spend the summer looking back on a year full of awards resulting from their hard work while the public..
National media outlets recently quoted MTSU faculty experts on such topics as white supremacists, the pension crisis in Russia, the possible execution of poachers in..
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”..
For MTSU junior history major Caroline Parker, being named the overall winner for the inaugural MT Engage Scholarships validated the hard work she had put..
An MTSU professor has received a $6,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to study the historic precedents of military contracting. Dr. Suzanne..
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