MTSU’s Center for Educational Media continues to further collaborative, mostly free and now virtual professional development for educators across the state of Tennessee. Part of..
MTSU’s Student Organization for the Advancement of Research, also known as SOAR, offers a supportive community for undergraduate students to get real-world research experience. Part..
Enrollment at MTSU’s College of Graduate Studies grew almost 28% this fall, and there are more funding opportunities for prospective grad students outside of student..
The MTSU College of Education’s “Teacher Candidate HUB,” which remains open with COVID-19 safety protocols in place, offers an amenity-filled workspace reserved exclusively for its..
MTSU police officers recently received advanced medical training on campus as part of the department’s ongoing efforts to be better prepared for emergency response. Administered..
For the MTSU Police Department’s K-9 handler and patrol specialist Zachery Brooker, the “loyalty” he receives from his K-9, Bobby, “can’t be compared.” This month marks the..
In the midst of COVID-19, MTSU’s College of Graduate Studies had an almost 28% growth in enrollment this fall and wants to continue that momentum..
When asked what’s changed in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Josh Stone, MTSU’s associate director of recreation programming and supervisor of the campus’ Bike..
John D. Hood, MTSU alumnus and current director of the university’s government and community affairs, was recognized Friday, Sept. 11, by having the Rutherford County..
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