One of the winning MTSU “Hack MT” teams created an online app that can provide free food for the needy and help feed the homeless...
Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney A. McPhee called them “really brilliant kids” after stopping by to check on the presentation of projects by student..
College and university students from across the region and South wrapped up the fourth annual MTSU Computer Science Hack MT Sunday, Jan. 27, in the..
Some 250-plus of the brightest, most technically savvy collegiate minds in the South will converge in MTSU’s Science Building Jan. 25-27 for the fourth Hack MT led by..
By the end of the third Hack MT at Middle Tennessee State University Sunday, Jan. 28, there was plenty of cheering, whooping and hollering from..
It didn’t take Belmont University freshman computer science major Tito Ebiwonjumi long to feel right at home at MTSU. Ebiwonjumi, 17, who is from Lagos,..
Veteran MTSU administrator Dr. Mark Byrnes, who became interim provost in April, is the featured guest on September’s “Out of the Blue,” the university’s public..
The college students may have been quite exhausted late Sunday morning, Jan. 31, after working most of the preceding 36-plus hours trying to create apps, games, gadgets..
The inaugural MTSU Hack-MT was an instant success. Held Jan. 29-31, the Department of Computer Science event drew more than 200 software developers, visual designers, programmers and computer..
WE ARE TRUE BLUE