Visitors at Middle Tennessee State University‘s acclaimed Baldwin Photographic Gallery can learn more about an often-missed side of Nashville’s neon in a new exhibit, “The..
Indigenous Brazilian filmmakers who’ve been using their talents — developed with help from Middle Tennessee State University film professors and students — to bring attention..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees approved new bachelor’s degree programs in supply chain management, media management and photography at its quarterly meeting Tuesday,..
Middle Tennessee State University’s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is turning up the heat on MTSU news with our June 2020 edition, featuring..
An MTSU professor will tackle questions about race, poverty and public housing during the online screening of a Ken Burns documentary. Louis Woods, an associate..
Teamwork by two MTSU professors on a project to help indigenous filmmakers tell their stories and share their efforts to save their Amazon rainforest has..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — PTSD, traumatic brain injury, opioid addiction, depression, divorce … recovery? Commitment, camaraderie, bravery, responsibility, fitness … stability? The heart-wrenching, winding and ongoing journey..
Although “RBG” was a box-office winner and an Academy Award-nominated documentary, its funding and production took years to achieve, according to the keynote speaker for..
As part of its observance of National Women’s History Month, MTSU is presenting the popular documentary about one of the U.S. Supreme Court‘s most provocative..