Visitors at Middle Tennessee State University‘s renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery can enjoy the perspectives of five multifaceted artists in a new exhibit, “Shaping Identity: A..
The long-term impact that plagiarism accusations have on faculty and students will be the topic of the next MTSU Women’s and Gender Studies Research lecture...
Students and faculty of the MTSU Dance Theatre will use movement and music to share stories of social justice, spirituality, survival and the significance of..
As the murder trial begins this week for the three men accused in the 2020 slaying of Ahmaud Arbery, the Pulitzer-winning author who uniquely captured..
Multiple MTSU departments are collaborating on “Green is the New Blue,” a new nature-focused, monthly community arts workshop series that begins this Saturday, Oct. 9,..
An instructor in MTSU’s popular language-learning program is presenting a dynamic way to alleviate stress, gain greater flexibility and have fun doing it. The Center for..
Two MTSU scholars will provide expertise in a new online series of presentations this fall on women who were important in Tennessee history. Sponsored by..
The pressures Black women face in striving to achieve greatness in their endeavors will be explored in an MTSU lecture. Natonya Listach, a senior instructor..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University is putting an international focus on music’s unifying power in a free online panel discussion,..
A veteran international risk management consultant will share his insights about how organizations can protect themselves from unexpected disruptions during a free Oct. 22 webinar..
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