MTSU senior Sarah Clark of Murfreesboro found herself in a rare, possibly once-in-a lifetime situation for 10 weeks earlier this year — selected by the..
MTSU student Denise Ortega likes snakes. Actually, she loves snakes and lizards, contrary to most people having at least some degree of fear of them...
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Anthony Farone Synopsis: Dr. Anthony Farone, a professor of biology, discusses the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, their safety, and..
The COVID-19 vaccines, their safety and efficacy, and the processes by which they were developed and approved were the topics on a recent “MTSU On the..
A first-of-its-kind study led by Middle Tennessee State University biology researcher Elizabeth Barnes suggests that a difference in culture and beliefs between science instructors and..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about research surrounding evolution and religion, a collaboration to reduce stress and suicide rates..
Traveling from the beautiful islands and cays of The Bahamas to the United States to pursue a degree was a reality that wasn’t a reality..
Joking that even though she’s a “lab rat” who often savors the solitude of her research, MTSU biology professor Mary Farone acknowledged that accepting the..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee used his annual State of the University address Thursday, Aug. 20, to praise the hard work of faculty and administrators..
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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