MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee issued the following updates Friday, April 24, regarding the university’s response to COVID-19: To the University community, In my effort..
MTSU graduate and Fulbright recipient Parker Smythe planned to be in Bulgaria until late June. Like many students’ plans, his came to a screeching halt..
The 2,500-plus members of MTSU’s first Class of 2020 will make history next Saturday, May 9, when they put the university’s total number of graduates..
An MTSU professor will work to disseminate information to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in communities of color as a member of a statewide task..
While performing their regular jobs, MTSU faculty and staff continue to share their expertise with news media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent topics include..
An MTSU School of Nursing alumna working as a nurse in New York City describes a horrific climate of shortages and stress as she tries..
As MTSU continues navigating the added stress of a social distancing environment, a variety of free mental health support services are available for university students,..
Outlook among Tennessee business leaders took an expected plunge because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic downturn, though outlook on the future remains..
America’s news media play an invaluable role in keeping the public informed, especially when the nation — and the world — are facing a deadly..
Teamwork by two MTSU professors on a project to help indigenous filmmakers tell their stories and share their efforts to save their Amazon rainforest has..
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