MTSU’s campus community will have an outdoor fair and a panel discussion to highlight ways people can engage in social activism safely. “Communities Surviving Together:..
By: Matthew Hibdon Dr. Jenna Gray-Hildenbrand empowers her students to say, ‘I can do a lot of things with my religious studies degree because I..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Mary Magada-Ward Synopsis: The chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies ponders the relationship between truth and rational..
A professor’s exploration of society’s current struggle to separate facts from half-truths, political spin and outright lies was the topic of discussion on a recent “MTSU..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Mary Magada-Ward Synopsis: The chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies explains why she signed a letter of..
The authoritarian regime in power in Turkey and its impact on academic freedom were the topic of discussion on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
For the first time, the MTSU Honors College will have two lecture series — by remote delivery — in the same semester. “Civic Virtue” will..
National and international media outlets benefitted from the knowledge and expertise of MTSU faculty in recent articles, television reports and online postings. Sandra Connell Jones,..
The abrasiveness of the modern political arena will be the focus of the fall 2019 Applied Philosophy Lyceum at MTSU. Robert Talisse, chair of Vanderbilt..
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