It came as a complete surprise to MTSU professor of management Sesan Kim Sokoya when it was announced he was a recipient of a 2021..
For Roland Martin, the key to improving African Americans’ lives is neither black nor white, but green. The accomplished journalist and commentator and host of..
“Representation matters.” Dr. Jennifer Woodard, assistant dean of the MTSU College of Media and Entertainment, used those words to describe her life and career as..
A 20-year MTSU Police officer, Leroy Carter sails down highways across the nation throughout the year with Black history as a precious passenger as a..
As part of MTSU’s Black History Month observance, MTSUNews.com met with some of the Black men and women who serve and protect the campus as..
A prominent African American journalist, academic and activist will provide MTSU’s 2021 Black History Month keynote address. Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, the Steve Charles Professor..
An accomplished journalist and commentator will assess the status of African Americans in a 2021 MTSU Black History Month event. Journalist Roland Martin, host and..
For the 25th consecutive year, a stellar group of unsung heroes were honored at MTSU’s 2021 Unity Celebration, held virtually this year as part of the..
A professor dedicated to greater understanding of mass media will receive one of MTSU’s most cherished honors in a rescheduled virtual ceremony. Jennifer Woodard, assistant..
Continuing its emphasis on student-centeredness, MTSU will bring students and staff together for a discussion of how to create a ‘campus family.’ The Office of..
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