As the start of the Spring 2021 semester nears, the folks in User Services at the James E. Walker Library have remained on the front..
Students looking for housing close to the MTSU campus will be able to explore their options safely and virtually. The 2021 Off-Campus Housing Fair, sponsored..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University turned to a Nashville distillery on Friday, Jan. 15, to provide personal-sized bottles of hand sanitizer for students returning..
By: Patsy Weiler Dedication is a key word to describe Amie Donahue’s work at MTSU. The undergraduate academic advisor has worked in the Jones College..
Jones College of Business supply chain management professor Kimball Bullington and assistant professor Richard Tarpey wrapped up a fall semester in which their remote instruction..
MTSU faculty and staff experts recently provided expertise and insight on numerous topics, including the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville, the riot at the U.S...
Former MTSU student Jeff Holmes, Tennessee’s 76th adjutant general with the state’s National Guard, will be the 2021 Hero for this year’s Heroes Breakfast presented..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Bill Crabtree Synopsis: The recording industry professor explains how he revised his audio production class to teach a hands-on course remotely..
Despite the onset of COVID-19, Cheryl Hitchcock, the director of assessment and accreditation for MTSU’s College of Education, helped to guide 35 future teachers through..
Jones College of Business advisor Paula Calahan is encouraging her students to focus less on the negatives and more on the silver linings during these..
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