Time is the subject of Department of Physics and Astronomy associate professor Nat Smith’s presentation for MTSU‘s next Star Party starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, March..
MTSU experts provided facts and perspectives on John Prine, drinking milk, Venezuela, marijuana, the State of the Union address and more in recent articles and..
“Letters” is the theme for the spring 2019 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU, when guest speakers will provide primarily historical perspectives on correspondence, though one lecturer will..
The spring MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy Star Party series begins Friday, Feb. 1, when professor John Wallin discusses “Cosmic Chemistry” in Wiser-Patten Science Hall Room 102...
Weather permitting, the MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy and the MTSU Astronomy Club will welcome the public this Sunday, Jan. 20, to watch the total lunar eclipse at the university’s..
Professor Eric Klumpe will share his “Funky Fizix in Film: Creation of the Elements” lecture at the next MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy “First Friday..
An MTSU Art and Science art crawl-related event and two separate “October Sky” activities are the university’s contributions to the 2018 statewide STEAM Festival starting..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Astronomy Club will help honor the memory of a local philanthropist by participating in a talent showcase this Saturday, Sept. 29,..
MTSU astronomy professor Chuck Higgins will help initiate the university’s fall 2018 series of Friday Star Parties this Friday, Sept. 7, with the topic of “Touching the Sun:..
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