Pilots’ wages, workplace diversity, student demonstrations and the evolution of the American presidency are some of the topics recently tackled by MTSU faculty for a..
MTSU faculty and staff took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about ongoing scientific research, new course offerings in the emerging virtual reality technology..
As the new general manager of MTSU’s WMTS-FM 88.3, Anthony Williams plans to add visual components to drive innovation within the studio. The MTSU senior,..
MTSU sophomore Elise Stein won the hearts of judges recently to be crowned Miss Volunteer 2018 and now hopes that success continues in her bid..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: John Hill Synopsis: Grammy Award-winning producer and recording industry professor John Hill explains some of the music he engineered that received..
No one brought home hardware this year from New York City, but the half-dozen MTSU-connected nominees at the 60th annual Grammy Awards are carrying plenty of new connections, congratulatory..
National exposure for the production talents of a Grammy Award-winning recording industry professor was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program...
MTSU songwriting students are receiving beneficial advice from visiting professionals and getting a curriculum boost thanks to the Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives Foundation...
They served. They survived. Some of them speak of it. Now more military veterans are singing about their experiences, with support from the musicians of..
MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is teaming up with a Nashville-headquartered audio preservation company to give students in the audio production, music business and commercial..
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