Typically held on the first Friday of the month during the semester, the MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy Friday Star Parties for fall 2022 will feature four events..
MTSU science faculty just completed another year of grant-funded National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates, or NSF REU, with final-day poster presentations by the undergrads in the..
There’s quite a growing trend of Middle Tennessee State University graduates pursuing graduate degrees at prestigious Johns Hopkins University. Add DaVonte Lewis to the list. Lewis, who graduated May..
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,..
Spots remain available for this summer’s Civil Air Patrol National Cadet Engineering Technology Academy (E-Tech), set for June 26 through July 2 on the campus of Middle..
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..
The event was for Rutherford County Schools’ middle and high school students, but MTSU had a major hand in the success of the recent fourth..
The MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy Star Parties for spring 2022 continue Friday, April 1. Lecturer Neda Naseri will bring “Mysteries of Cosmic Rays”..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. John Wallin Synopsis: The professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy explains the Computational and Data Science Doctoral Program..
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