In celebration of Black History Month, MTSU has bestowed one of its top faculty honors on a professor described as a “Renaissance woman.” Leah Tolbert..
A member of the MTSU faculty will receive one of the university’s most cherished awards as part of its Black History Month celebration. Leah Lyons,..
The struggle to obtain, maintain and promote the right to vote will be the focus of MTSU’s 2020 celebration of Black History Month. “African Americans..
Faith, family, friends and finance. Listening to MTSU business professor Frank Michello and those who know him well, it quickly became clear that those four..
A veteran of more than 30 years of experience teaching mathematics and finance is slated to receive one of MTSU’s most prestigious honors. Dr. Frank..
The leader of MTSU’s emerging Africana Studies Program is the recipient of its highest award for minority faculty. Dr. Louis Woods, an associate professor of history,..
The 21st recipient of MTSU’s highest honor for black faculty is being praised as a credit to her profession and a caring mentor to future members of..
Generosity and accessibility are only two of the qualities that Dr. Linda M. Clark’s colleagues believe made her a worthy recipient of MTSU’s 2016 John..
The 2014 John Pleas Faculty Recognition Award was presented to Dr. Sekou Franklin during a special ceremony in the Tom Jackson Building on the MTSU..
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