“A Summer Triangle Treasure Hunt” will be the subject for the first MTSU Department of Physics and Astronomy Star Party of the fall, starting at..
MTSU physics professor William M. Robertson, honored Thursday, Aug. 22, with the university’s highest faculty honor for his teaching, research and service to students, said..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee kicked off the university’s new academic year Thursday, Aug. 22, with a call to develop more ready-to-work graduates and begin..
A return of moon rocks and soil and a discussion about the upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of the NASA Apollo 11 moon landing..
“Small Bodies in the Solar System” will be the subject for MTSU‘s next Star Party, starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 5. Department of Physics and..
There are numerous activities, events, classes, sporting events and more available to alumni and university friends during the upcoming MTSU Alumni Spring Showcase April 5-13...
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...
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