For MTSU geosciences professor and researcher Alisa Hass and her collaborators at the Nashville, Tennessee, mayor’s office, a recent early morning research excursion was the result of..
MTSU faculty partnered with the city of Nashville and other local organizations to become one of 14 U.S. cities participating in a heat mapping study,..
Though most Americans are not afraid of a little heat, few know that there are more heat-related deaths in the United States than from tornadoes,..
By Allison Gorman Considering how COVID-19 turned higher education upside down, you’d think 2020 would have been a bad year for the Office of Research..
An MTSU art education teacher and her students are feeling pretty “blue” about a charming new stop-motion animated video about global warming they and Tennessee School for the Blind students..
Global warming and climate change continue to generate discussion and analyses, and MTSU is offering a series of upcoming public lectures sure to inspire further..
A biology professor from one of MTSU‘s international education partners will discuss conservation efforts in the Amazonian rainforest during a special campus visit Tuesday, Jan...
Former Vice President Al Gore’s passion for environmental issues rose to the fore at a tribute to his late father, Albert Gore Sr., before a..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. John Vile Synopsis: The editor of “Governmental Responses to Natural Disasters in the U.S.: A Documentary History” examines government’s role..
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, the “MTSU On the Record” radio program examined government’s role in responding to natural disasters. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
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