Reporters recently turned to MTSU faculty and staff for their expertise on a variety of topics including Republican politics, academic freedom, the Russia-Ukraine crisis, “toxic..
The most compelling political, military and humanitarian event in the news today will be examined in an MTSU panel discussion. “Perspectives on the Crisis in..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about a new supply chain management major, an upcoming ribbon-cutting for new recording studios..
The numbers are in, and the winners are MTSU students who have exercised their right to vote. Student voting at MTSU increased from 44% in..
Reporters sought insights from various MTSU faculty and staffers recently for stories on Facebook, COVID protocols, the supply chain crisis, Fort Negley, Conference USA and..
It was inevitable that Mary Evins would take the path she chose in life. “I always knew I would have a Ph.D. and be a..
MTSU students across campus have learned firsthand what democracy sounds like when it is read out loud. At six separate locations, students, faculty and staff..
In observance of National Voter Registration Week, MTSU will raise civic awareness with signs, information and registration tables throughout the week. • Beginning Monday, Sept...
MTSU kicked off its Constitution Week festivities with a demonstration of how “civic engagement” also can be “civil engagement.” Representatives of three diverse activist groups..
Middle Tennessee State University is ready to set off a few fireworks of civic inspiration and information with its week of special events Sept. 13-17..
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