Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Basic and Applied Sciences recently welcomed dozens of outstanding students from the Riverdale High School Honors College. A first-time partnership between..
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,..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about the recently held Holocaust Studies Conference, a heat mapping research project and newly appointed..
MTSU faculty and staff lent their expertise to several media outlets recently on various topics, including polio, Salman Rushdie, Future Farmers of America, Lindsey Graham,..
For MTSU geosciences professor and researcher Alisa Hass and her collaborators at the Nashville, Tennessee, mayor’s office, a recent early morning research excursion was the result of..
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..
Long-lost history does not have to stay lost, as long as people are willing to work together to pinpoint the past. “Places, Perspectives: African American..
MTSU faculty partnered with the city of Nashville and other local organizations to become one of 14 U.S. cities participating in a heat mapping study,..
Though most Americans are not afraid of a little heat, few know that there are more heat-related deaths in the United States than from tornadoes,..
MTSU faculty shared their viewpoints on numerous issues with reporters recently, including Southern accents, country music, bias in science, the U.S. Supreme Court and landslides,..
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