Civic-minded MTSU students, faculty and staff lined up Thursday on campus to celebrate the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. The..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Stacey Graham, Kira Duke, Layla Smallwood Synopsis: Three representatives of MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation talk about turning seminars into..
The Center for Historic Preservation’s transition from seminars to webinars on teaching with primary sources was the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
MTSU faculty and staff continued sharing their expertise with local, national and international news agencies in the early summer on topics including nutrition education, racial..
MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation is transforming its usual in-person professional development workshops into online webinars to inform teachers about ways to keep students engaged..
A multifaceted project involving several members of the MTSU community will honor great women in Rutherford County history to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage..
MTSU faculty and staff recently shared their expertise with various media outlets on subjects including monetary rules, online learning, college football, children’s social skills, COVID-19,..
While our nation grapples with one of its most baffling crises of recent years, an MTSU professor is making plans to celebrate the bedrock principles..
MTSU’s observance of National Women’s History Month will be an appreciation of nearly 100 years of American women’s suffrage. “Nevertheless She Persisted: Valiant Women of..
MTSU faculty and staff representatives appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about the university’s National Women’s History Month activities and a new textbook program for..
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