A challenge at the best of times, the newest MTSU police officers are attending the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy with the addition of strict..
For special education teachers, the impacts of COVID on special education services extend beyond the challenges faced in the everyday classroom. The changes have been..
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff of MTSU’s Undergraduate Research Center, part of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, continues to provide students with..
Despite the onset of COVID-19, Cheryl Hitchcock, the director of assessment and accreditation for MTSU’s College of Education, helped to guide 35 future teachers through..
Chrisila Pettey, professor of computer science and former chair of the Computer Science Department, produced new materials and gave students options for class attendance to..
MTSU’s College of Graduate Studies recently released a “Pets are Invited” page on their website for graduate students to showcase the pets who have been..
The College of Graduate Studies wrapped up a fall semester that posted an almost 28% increase in enrollment. As the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic..
MTSU alumni Billy Pittard, chair of the Department of Media Arts, and Mike Forbes, assistant director of technical systems, use their years of media and..
After almost 14 years at the East Main Street location, MTSU’s Parking Services will move into a new building at 205 City View Drive and..
Bobbi Lussier, executive director of professional laboratory experiences at the College of Education, knew education students had to get back into classrooms this fall. The..
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