Faculty and students from the Forensic Institute for Research and Education, or FIRE, at MTSU, gathered together to discuss career development tools in their first..
The 1,759 new graduates in MTSU’s Class of 2019 reached a momentous life goal Saturday, Dec. 14, triumphantly accepting their hard-earned university degrees cheered by family, friends, professors, colleagues and..
Ever tried to figure out what someone’s really saying with their body language? A former FBI agent-turned nonverbal communications expert can help you translate. Joe..
The co-founder of the DNA Doe Project, whose painstaking work with genetic genealogy has helped solve dozens of baffling homicides, will visit MTSU Tuesday, Oct...
After having such a good time at last year’s Lifelong Learning Program at MTSU, retiree Donna Tuma returned this year with husband Robert for another..
Blood splashing against a wall or on the ground is split-second TV shorthand for a gruesome killing. Real-life forensic experts can begin deducing the facts..
Forensic anthropologist Bradley Adams has fit thousands of fragile clues together to solve hundreds of puzzling deaths for New York City’s Office of Chief Medical..
Are God and science compatible? An MTSU aerospace associate professor with a Ph.D. in engineering science, Mark “Nate” Callender wants the world to know that..
MTSU students and faculty took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about an ongoing effort to analyze and identify the discovered remains of Tennessee..
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