With federal funding, MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services will tackle the opioid epidemic in rural Wilson County communities. The center will use a..
MTSU faculty and staff representatives appeared on two separate WGNS Radio “Action Line” programs recently, first on Aug. 14 with host Nick Cohn to share information about..
An online project of MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services is empowering students to express their feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic. The center, in..
A statistical snapshot of Rutherford County’s overall health, including its areas of strengths and its challenges, is now available from MTSU. The MTSU Center for Health..
MTSU student, faculty and staff representatives appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about an upcoming holiday-themed arts event, a fall dance concert and..
In advance of one of the biggest eating seasons of the year, some MTSU students will approach the table with a different perspective because of..
Two grant-funded projects recently concluded by MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services will enhance the well-being and education of Tennessee children across the state...
Beginning July 1, MTSU will use a three-year grant in a proactive effort to help students learn how to make wiser beverage decisions. As part..
MTSU faculty and staff appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about a new campus mental health training project, new sleep quality and positive aging..
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