The April edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is abloom with great news, including the upcoming “STEM Summer Camp” for area high schoolers that also helps prospective teachers in our MTeach Program, the return to campus of a special focus in the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision degree program, and the Jones College of Business‘ fastest-growing major and its annual Business Plan Competition that gives students a chance to win big cash prizes!
Join us this month to hear from:
• Heather Green, coordinator of MTSU’s MTeach Program, who discusses the upcoming “STEM Summer Camp” at MTSU, set June 19-23 for area high school students, and how it helps younger students learn more about science, technology, engineering and math and gives undergrad and graduate students majoring in math, science and agriculture a chance to earn their teaching licenses, too.
• Dr. Donald Snead, chair of the Womack Educational Leadership Department in the College of Education, who talks about the renewed campus availability of the instructional leader licensure focus in the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision degree program, which helps working educators expand their knowledge and professional development.
• Dr. Joshua Aaron, holder of the Pam Wright Chair of Entrepreneurship in the Department of Marketing‘s Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, the fastest-growing in the Jones College of Business, who explains how each spring’s Business Plan Competition gives students practical experience plus an opportunity to win big cash prizes and find mentors for their work.
You can watch “Out of the Blue,” with host Andrew Oppmann, anytime online on MTSU’s YouTube channel and on MTSU’s True Blue TV, airing on Murfreesboro cable Channel 9 daily at 6 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m Central and on Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, as well as on NewsChannel5+ at 3:30 p.m. Sundays.
“Out of the Blue” also is available as iTunes and Google Play podcasts and on other cable outlets in Middle Tennessee, so check local listings.
Enjoy previous editions of “Out of the Blue” here in our archives, too.
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