Two recent MTSU fermentation science graduates have padded their resumes with Lynchburg, Tennessee-based Jack Daniel’s Distillery. A third fermentation science grad will continue working for a..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University undergraduate researchers Tia Shutes, Kayley Stallings and Aric Moilanen received unexpected career advice from Bryan Terry, a Murfreesboro physician..
MTSU plays a major role in the upcoming Tennessee STEAM Festival, which aims to attract youngsters to the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and..
In a sense, while not physically performing the ritual of saying “cheers” or offering a toast associated with alcohol, those attending a recent craft beer..
With interest at or near an all-time high in the burgeoning craft beer market, MTSU will be hosting industry representatives and the public for the..
MTSU faculty and staff appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about an upcoming writing conference on campus, an update on the fermentation science program..
Joe Hager’s wife’s birthday was coming up in a few months and he wanted to do something special. Dianne (Schleicher) Hager was born in Nashville..
Some 150 agritourism, music and food and beverage enthusiasts helped Middle Tennessee State University’s fermentation science program and partner Hop Springs celebrate a ribbon-cutting at the beer park’s operations just..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The seven Middle Tennessee State University undergraduate students’ research topics ranged from kudzu to ginseng to volcanoes. Fifty-five other state university students joined..
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