The biographer of one of Tennessee’s most prominent politicians was the guest on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with..
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..
Two people who survived one of the most horrific events of the 20th century will share their stories on the MTSU campus Wednesday, Oct. 30...
Three journalists from the South Florida Sun Sentinel, winner of the gold-medal 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service Journalism for their investigative coverage of the..
A scholar who studies early modern Europe and the history of science will share her research into the reading habits of the ultimate Renaissance Man,..
An impressive lineup of speakers and special events highlight MTSU’s fall 2019 Honors Lecture Series on “Suffrage,” with the most recent event held Monday, Sept...
The abrasiveness of the modern political arena will be the focus of the fall 2019 Applied Philosophy Lyceum at MTSU. Robert Talisse, chair of Vanderbilt..
MTSU’s 2019 Constitution Day celebration was highlighted by a lively panel discussion about the battle for women’s suffrage and the modern challenges and obstacles to..
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...
MTSU’s Political Economy Research Institute will host a series of guest speakers for public lectures throughout the fall. • The semester will kick off Wednesday,..
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