The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange bestowed a high honor on an MTSU professor Nov. 29 in Morocco. Dr. Ron Messier, a professor..
Workshop targets better service for visitors with disabilities
MTSU’s Department of History and Public History Program are co-sponsoring a special workshop for public organizations on better ways to serve people with disabilities. The..
Radnor Lake celebration notes MTSU students’ contributions
Valve House Trail, which MTSU geography and history students helped to create, will be opened to the public in a ceremony slated for 9 a.m...
In the News: Gritter column explores black voting power in Memphis
MTSU professor of U.S. history Dr. Elizabeth Gritter writes about how black voting power rose up in Memphis in a guest column published in the..
Foley’s Fulbright trip reveals more about Asia’s Islamic culture
The next superstar of the Muslim world might not be a political activist or a crusading journalist; instead it just might be a Lebanese singer..
Dr. Sean Foley, associate professor of history at MTSU, recently discussed his 15-month research trip to Malaysia and other parts of Southeast Asia on “MTSU..
Young scholars making history again at History Day Competition
Friday, Feb. 24, will be an historic day for middle- and high-school scholars as they bring their research projects to the Middle Tennessee District History..
Archaeologist Redford offers visiting-scholar lecture Oct. 20 at MTSU
His trademark is a distinguished white beard, not a battered fedora, but Penn State archaeologist Dr. Donald B. Redford’s discoveries will still impress fans of..
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