Red planet. Blue Mars. Call it a brand or merely a clever, catchy phrase, but this is how MTSU’s scientific and academic communities are approaching..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jessie Scott, program director of MTSU’s public radio station, WMOT-FM, and Andrew Oppmann, the university’s vice president for marketing and communications, are featured..
The Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees announces the following meeting: • Board of Trustees: 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, Ballrooms A and B, Second Floor,..
MTSU will offer a new scholarship in memory of a respected political science professor so his work can continue to inspire future political scientists and..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Lance Alexis Synopsis: The director of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act explains MTSU’s plan to increase digital access..
MTSU theater, music, dance and multimedia students are stitching their many talents into a multimedia “coat of many colors” to personalize MTSU Theatre’s April 5-8..
MTSU students often work one semester — and sometimes year-round — to be part of the annual Scholars Week, which, through growth, has expanded to..
Pilots’ wages, workplace diversity, student demonstrations and the evolution of the American presidency are some of the topics recently tackled by MTSU faculty for a..
Making electronic offerings more accessible to the campus community and the public at large was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program...
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