Middle Tennessee State University departs 2022 following a year of noteworthy accomplishments by its students, faculty, staff and alumni as well as a historic milestone..
Zach Shafer wants to be a professional pilot one day. He is considering Middle Tennessee State University’s highly regarded Aerospace Department and two other southern aviation programs to..
ATLANTA, Ga., and CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Contrary to the theory “you must be present to win,” having someone represent you worked for two prospective Middle Tennessee..
LEXINGTON and LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After handing Amy Medley the microphone to talk to the audience of prospective Louisville students and their parents this week, Middle Tennessee State..
MTSU will once again have a prominent role with the annual Tennessee STEAM Festival. The 10-day festival, which began Friday, Oct. 14, and runs through Sunday,..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to ask the state for an additional $20 million for its Applied Engineering building project to..
Two recent MTSU graduates received their military commissions earlier this summer. Zachary “Zach” Seaton of Columbia, Tennessee, was commissioned as a second lieutenant into the U.S. Army just..
“True Blue” is far more than a rhyming slogan using one of Middle Tennessee State University’s colors, professor Robert Gordon reminded the 850-plus graduating members..
OSHKOSH, Wis. — Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Aerospace welcomed more than 100 alumni and supporters at EAA AirVenture in Wisconsin who came to learn..
MTSU student Cole Lukens of Murfreesboro knows the ropes, so to speak, having been 2021 Army National Guard Soldier of the Year after winning the All Guard National Best Warrior competition..
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