National media agencies recently quoted MTSU faculty experts on a diverse array of topics, including politics, economics, basketball, journalism, data analytics, religion, jazz and concrete...
Two MTSU graduates are being recognized for their exceptional achievements in the Experiential Learning Scholars Program. The EXL Scholars Committee has chosen Johnsonville, South Carolina,..
National media outlets relied on MTSU experts for facts and perspectives in recent articles on racial discrimination, the Federal Reserve System, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, the Scopes..
Are God and science compatible? An MTSU aerospace associate professor with a Ph.D. in engineering science, Mark “Nate” Callender wants the world to know that..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Dalton Synopsis: Dr. Elizabeth Dalton, an assistant professor of communication studies, explains her research into academics’ attitudes toward data..
If two heads are better than one, why isn’t reusing existing scientific data more desirable than going it alone? That’s the question under discussion on..
Producer/Announcer/Writer: Gina Logue Synopsis: The Department of Communication Studies and Organizational Communication helps students of all majors express themselves more clearly and helps its own..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Leigh Stanfield Synopsis: A communication studies major from Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, Leigh Stanfield, discusses her presentation on leadership at the 2015 NCA..
Does the United Nations have an obligation to protect? That was the question debated April 1 as three members of the MTSU Blue Raider Debate..