For the five siblings attending Middle Tennessee State University simultaneously, there has been nothing more special than sharing the experience together. “Being together is a step..
Rodrigo Gomez, Middle Tennessee State University associate professor of media arts, spoke on this month’s episode of the “Out of the Blue” television magazine program about..
Robyn Ridgley, associate dean of Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Education, recently bid farewell to her five-student cohort from the state’s “Grow Your Own” grant..
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs kicks off its new, monthly “Raider Research Series” on Friday, Sept. 8, to help showcase the MTSU faculty’s prodigious research efforts..
Eight Middle Tennessee State University students — a record number — qualified for and attended the prestigious National Flute Association, or NFA, Convention in Phoenix,..
After 16 years serving the university community as a professor and then as a graduate program director, Amy Harris recently stepped into the role of associate dean..
Middle Tennessee State University Police Lt. Demetrius Smith recently leveled up his leadership skills by completing the rigorous and nationally recognized Northwestern University School of Police Staff and..
Through faculty effort, MTSU’s Department of Chemistry recently procured almost $900,000 in grants to secure multiple pieces of state-of-the-art instrumentation for students and faculty. “Training on modern..
For MTSU Police Department Chief Ed Kaup, searching for and procuring grants is an important part of the department’s work. “With grant funding, we are able to develop..
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