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MTSU iMagazine features homecoming, Science Buildi...

MTSU iMagazine features homecoming, Science Building, more

From the opening of a $147 million Science Building to a look at one MTSU Center’s work to untangle the mystery of dyslexia, the newest, tablet-only, mini-version of MTSU Magazine covers a broad swath of topics for the university’s growing web and app audiences to enjoy.MTSU iMagazine cover_Nov2014-web

Available through the MTSU Magazine app, the electronic-only version includes several stories with multimedia content that aren’t available in print. The app is available in the iTunes store and at Google Play.

The latest mini-edition of MTSU Magazine includes:

  • A visual journey inside MTSU’s new $147 million Science Building, now open for instruction, which is sure to elevate the university’s science and research efforts to the next level.
  • A glimpse of the recent Homecoming weekend that was fantastic, including the parades, a football game, and visiting alums.
  • An introduction to MTSU’s six newest Distinguished Alumni.
  • An exploration of how the Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia at MTSU is working to unravel the mystery of this common reading disorder.
  • An article detailing one MTSU Honors student’s research on the disappearance of bees in Middle Tennessee.

The content included in the mini-magazine also is available online at www.mtsumagazine.com.

The next print edition of MTSU Magazine will reach MTSU alumni and friends by mail in late January 2015.

— Drew Ruble (drew.ruble@mtsu.edu)


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