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,..
MTSU faculty and staff recently contributed their insights and analysis to several news platforms on a variety of subjects, including the leaked U.S. Supreme Court..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dravidi Pasha Synopsis: A senior who loves genealogy talks about what he learned by participating in an MTSU academic project to..
An MTSU student whose interest in his family history led to his involvement in an interdisciplinary academic project was the guest on a recent “MTSU..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Ken Middleton, Zada Law, Dr. Susan Knowles, Jo Ann McClellan Synopsis: Representatives of the library, geosciences and historic preservation discuss a..
An interdisciplinary project that will shed new light on the histories of four Tennessee counties was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
Reporters sought insights from various MTSU faculty and staffers recently for stories on Facebook, COVID protocols, the supply chain crisis, Fort Negley, Conference USA and..
MTSU geosciences professor Mark Abolins recalls that moving from his native California to Tennessee centered around caves. “It makes the most sense if I came..
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