The nation’s oldest and most selective honor society for all academic disciplines has awarded a $5,000 fellowship to an MTSU scholar. Natalie Musselman, who graduated..
The woman behind a successful construction and development business is using an MTSU education to build a new life for herself. Jamie Butera is taking..
The nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society has presented a $1,000 grant to an MTSU student. Tiffany Miller, a junior from Bell Buckle,..
An MTSU senior is the recipient of a $1,000 grant from the national headquarters of MTSU’s most prestigious honor society. Rebecca Clippard, a Murfreesboro resident..
Forty-seven of MTSU’s brightest students are set to be inducted into the university’s most prestigious honor society Wednesday, April 13. Phi Kappa Phi will conduct..
One bright MTSU graduate’s pathway to the stars is being paved with a major monetary boost. Katelyn Stringer, who graduated from MTSU in May 2015..
MTSU’s most prestigious honor society will welcome 48 new members at its spring 2015 initiation set Tuesday, April 14. Dr. John Omachonu, vice provost for..
More than 40 of MTSU’s most brilliant scholars will soon join the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society. Phi Kappa Phi will hold..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Peter Augustine Lawler Synopsis: Dr. Peter Augustine Lawler, the Dana Professor of Government at Berry College in Berry, Georgia, was..
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