A Middle Tennessee State University center and Wilson County nonprofit coalition have partnered to address opioid abuse and misuse in the rural communities of the..
As thousands of Middle Tennessee State University students continue moving back onto campus this week, President Sidney A. McPhee welcomed back faculty and staff with..
MTSU faculty and staff appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about ongoing partnerships by the veterans center, a new awareness campaign to..
MTSU faculty and staff contributed their perspectives to the media for stories on numerous topics, including Nashville’s history, hiring the disabled, recruiting international students and..
A robotic sack lunch machine caught everyone’s attention during the annual MTSU Engineering Technology Mech-Tech Expo. Automated greenhouses and a multisensor device for testing water..
“Big data” is making big strides at Middle Tennessee State University, with the university’s first cohort of students set to earn a new data science..
Reporters from various news agencies recently relied on MTSU faculty experts for perspectives on the U.S. Supreme Court, the Tennessee General Assembly, porch piracy, insurance,..
With federal funding, MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services will tackle the opioid epidemic in rural Wilson County communities. The center will use a..
MTSU faculty and staff representatives appeared by phone on WGNS Radio recently to share information about strategies to combat workplace bullying, a new National Science Foundation grant..
Middle Tennessee State University has joined with two state universities in a grant-funded project that aims to bolster regional workforce development in the tech sector,..
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