Tennessee teachers adapting to a new state law are getting some valuable assistance from MTSU’s Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia. Effective..
The MTSU community is mourning the passing of its first African-American undergraduate student. Olivia Murray Woods died Oct. 2 at the Bridge at Hickory Woods,..
A recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program tackled the challenging learning disability called dyslexia and the new Tennessee law aimed at serving students who are dyslexic...
The summer 2016 edition of MTSU Magazine profiles an English major whose designs on being a classroom teacher has taken an unexpected detour after her first..
Every day at the Ann Campbell Early Learning Center seems to be a party in the making, so why not share the fun at a..
Several hundred MTSU students and faculty wrapped up the annual Scholars Week Friday, April 1, with performances and 200 poster presentations in the Student Union..
A woman who escaped Nazi terror to become one of the most dynamic forces in Tennessee education will share her story at MTSU Monday, March..
Clothing Our Educators Boutique is officially open inside the MTSU College of Education Building, offering upper level teaching students a no-cost wardrobe “starter” for their..
June Adams simply saw a need and has worked to fill it. As the adviser for new transfer students and a graduate analyst in the MTSU..
Now a few months into his new position as chair of the MTSU’s Dyslexic Studies department, Dr. Timothy Odegard has eagerly embraced his role “to..
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