MTSU’S Center for Health and Human Services works not only to improve Public Health outcomes but also the economic outlook of Tennessee Danny Cupples,..
MTSU center lands $30K March of Dimes grant for dental training program
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services has received $30,000 from the March of Dimes Tennessee Chapter Community Grants Program to provide training to area..
MTSU continues progress with new buildings, national exposure, historic milestones in 2022
Middle Tennessee State University departs 2022 following a year of noteworthy accomplishments by its students, faculty, staff and alumni as well as a historic milestone..
True Blue TV student directors take reins to produce live broadcasts
As hundreds of proud Middle Tennessee State University graduates poured onto the floor of Murphy Center during the recent fall commencement ceremony, True Blue TV Event Productions student workers Helen..
Alumnus, Titan Byard and wife renovate Nashville foster care facility through foundation [+VIDEO]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — As former Blue Raider football standout and current Tennessee Titans player Kevin Byard continues to impress on the field, the work he and..
Professors encourage team to take risks for student-led COVID campaign
When University officials decided a student-led Covid-19 campaign was needed to help normalize wearing a mask and social distancing, two professors from the College of..
MTSU honors graduating veterans with virtual Stole Ceremony to continue rich tradition [+VIDEO]
Vanessa VanCleve took a roundabout way to discover Murfreesboro and graduate soon from Middle Tennessee State University. After high school, the former Vanessa True from Monroe,..
“Crash that self-doubt. Shatter it”: How MTSU helps women succeed
It’s no secret that MTSU is one of the most diverse universities in the state. With rankings far above the national average for student body..
FACT: There are a ton of people on MTSU’s campus. I’d say somewhere between … 12 and 1 million people? Taking off my “Captain Obvious”..
MTSU alumna, advocate Liz Rhea remembered for philanthropy, support
Beloved community stalwart Dr. Elizabeth “Liz” Rhea, often called Middle Tennessee State University’s biggest cheerleader, died Thursday, May 30, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in..
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