With federal funding, MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services will tackle the opioid epidemic in rural Wilson County communities. The center will use a..
MTSU wants to help the local American Red Cross chapter save lives in an all-American “True Blue” way again this year in a campus- and..
Two MTSU students have captured top prizes in the undergraduate category of a national contest to create public service announcements about cancer prevention. The Meharry-Vanderbilt-TSU Cancer..
Two members of the MTSU community are reaching out to an underserved population to help its members stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sabitra Basnet,..
An MTSU professor will work to disseminate information to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in communities of color as a member of a statewide task..
While performing their regular jobs, MTSU faculty and staff continue to share their expertise with news media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent topics include..
Some budding athletic trainers have earned their way into the finals of a national tournament to show how much they know about their major. MTSU’s..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University undergraduate researchers Tia Shutes, Kayley Stallings and Aric Moilanen received unexpected career advice from Bryan Terry, a Murfreesboro physician..
One hundred twenty-three members of the MTSU community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, neighbors and friends from across Middle Tennessee slogged through the rain Feb...
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