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..
Imagine a well-preserved collection of vintage clothing dating back centuries for students to study in connection with not only textiles but sociology, history and other..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Karen Nourse Reed Synopsis: Dr. Karen Nourse Reed of the James E. Walker Library explains her research into the viability..
A recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program examined how school librarians can be partners with teachers to improve students’ literacy levels. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
As the anniversary of a 2017 white supremacist rally in Middle Tennessee approaches, the James E. Walker Library is displaying items from the “Murfreesboro Loves”..
MTSU leads all other universities in the state of Tennessee in higher education humanities projects highlighted by the National Humanities Alliance, according to its website...
MTSU experts recently provided facts and perspectives to national media outlets in recent articles on Nigerian youth, breastfeeding, Tennessee politics, the analysis of soldiers’ remains,..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Anna Grinath Synopsis: Dr. Anna Grinath, an assistant professor of biology, describes how she will put her Digital Seed Grant from..
Middle Tennessee State University is helping international students get better acclimated to American culture through an ongoing program where willing students can practice their English-speaking..
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