MTSU faculty and staff recently provided reporters with their perspectives on numerous issues, including Hurricane Dorian, COVID-19 cases, the early whiskey industry, Tennessee Gov. Bill..
A veteran international risk management consultant will share his insights about how organizations can protect themselves from unexpected disruptions during a free Oct. 22 webinar..
Deciding to go to college, whether you are in high school or a working adult, can be a tough decision. A prospective student will look..
Maria Hite will be one of the first six MTSU students heading to Nashville’s Meharry Medical College to earn her Middle Tennessee State University degree..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Amy Harris Synopsis: The associate professor and graduate program director in the Department of Information Systems and Analytics discusses ways..
The pressures Black women face in striving to achieve greatness in their endeavors will be explored in an MTSU lecture. Natonya Listach, a senior instructor..
Enlisting primary care physicians’ help in protecting their patients against the world’s most common sexually transmitted infection will be the focus of the next “MTSU..
The new semester of 2021 kicked off with mixed feelings. I was happy we were back to in-person activities and connecting with old and new..
The International Ginseng Institute at Middle Tennessee State University has received a total of $747,500 — including a $455,000 grant award from the U.S. Department..
MTSU’s Stones River Chamber Players are putting “Music in Motion” to set the “Momentum” for their 2021-22 season with a free opening concert Monday, Oct...
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