MTSU officials and other dignitaries broke ground Tuesday, Sept. 18, for construction of a new building to house three disciplines in the College of Behavioral..
Five MTSU professors have been honored for their excellence in helping students learn by doing. The MTSU EXL Scholars Committee chose five recipients for the..
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”..
An MTSU program that prepares graduates to make workplaces better places to work has received top performance reviews from its industry’s pre-eminent professional group. The..
Talking to oneself might not necessarily be indicative of a problem, and researchers are delving into why people do it. Dr. Tom Brinthaupt, an MTSU..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Tom Brinthaupt Synopsis: The psychology professor explains his research into why people talk to themselves and debunks the myth that..
The guest on a recent “MTSU On the Record” says you’re not necessarily mentally ill if you talk to yourself, either alone or in public. Host..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Carlos Reyes Synopsis: Carlos Reyes, a former business administration major at MTSU, is trying to raise enough money to come back..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Stephanie Carpenter Synopsis: Senior psychology major Stephanie Carpenter explains her anti-bullying campaign “Through the Mind and Into the Heart.”..
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