MTSU College of Graduate Studies is continuing a strategy of pursuing potential students for advanced degrees right here on campus. Graduate Studies is partnering with..
An MTSU professor will explore how LGBTQ couples use technology to make decisions about having children in a special lecture set Thursday, Oct. 18. Dr...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Both young women come from the same high school: Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet, in Nashville. Diana Makram knows she wants to major..
Local audiences can have a ringside seat to the first production in MTSU Theatre‘s 2018-19 season when the acclaimed new play “The Royale” rumbles into..
MTSU will be the center of an in-depth examination of African-American history led by an award-winning author. With the theme of “Slavery, Resistance and Community,”..
The MTSU Police Department is expanding its realistic safety course offerings this fall to help women across the campus community add more tools to their..
An MTSU Art and Science art crawl-related event and two separate “October Sky” activities are the university’s contributions to the 2018 statewide STEAM Festival starting..
MTSU will host Dallas-based photographic artist Susan kae Grant for an Oct. 8 public lecture. The Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located in MTSU’s Bragg Media and..
Forensic anthropologist Bradley Adams has fit thousands of fragile clues together to solve hundreds of puzzling deaths for New York City’s Office of Chief Medical..
The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s faculty ensemble-in-residence, will put the focus on “The American Composer” in its 2018-19 season, which opens Monday, Oct. 8,..
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