Middle Tennessee State University is partnering with a national law enforcement organization to provide a virtual workshop and discussion Feb. 25 with the campus community..
Experts analyzed disturbing information revealed following the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol during a recent special virtual panel discussion sponsored by MTSU. Carter..
As timely events with ageless themes dominate the headlines, MTSU is sponsoring virtual panel discussions to help shed more light on the issues. Dr. Mary..
Two Middle Tennessee State University alumni have put their leadership imprints on the Tennessee Highway Patrol, one as a trailblazing commander who retired recently after..
Even as a busy semester drew to a close, MTSU faculty and staff found time to share their expertise with news outlets on a variety..
Journalists from MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment joined their media colleagues across the country on election night 2020, providing live local coverage of the 2020..
For Elizabeth Wright, helping her students succeed during the COVID-19 pandemic is all about communication and compassion. The associate professor of criminal justice administration puts..
News media platforms around the world recently relied on MTSU faculty and staff for expertise on topics including presidential and vice presidential debates, educational learning..
Reporters from various news agencies recently relied on MTSU faculty experts for perspectives on aging inmates, election security, rural health care, presidential politics, Middle East..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Ben Stickle Synopsis: Dr. Ben Stickle, an associate professor of criminal justice administration, is co-author of a paper calling for..
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