Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Engineering Technology and School of Concrete and Construction Management will be next-door neighbors on the east side of campus in 2025 after sharing space..
For the second consecutive year, the Middle Tennessee State University solar boat team finished fourth overall in the 29th annual Solar Splash, the world championship of collegiate solar..
A group of Middle Tennessee State University students will attempt to make waves this week when they compete at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ 29th annual Solar..
Hovercrafts, a humanoid robot, smart lock boxes to store deliveries safely on your porch, a small pinball machine and a navigation aid for the visually..
Ken Currie, Middle Tennessee State University Engineering Technology chair, and full-time lecturer Elyssa Ledoux discussed breaking ground this summer on the new, nearly 90,000-square-foot Applied Engineering Building and much more on..
The May 2023 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is chock-full of great news campuswide, including a chat..
Spots remain available for this summer’s Civil Air Patrol National Cadet Engineering Technology Academy (E-Tech), set for June 26 through July 2 on the campus of Middle..
Tennis ball launchers. 3D-printed brushless motors. A Rubik’s Cube solving robot. Mr. CatDog. This is just a sampling of about 100 senior projects created by..
As the MTSU spring semester winds down, three events happening this week — Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, Graduating Senior Veterans Stole Ceremony and Engineering Technology’s..
Talented, tech-savvy and energetic teenagers from around the country descended on MTSU recently for the annual Tennessee FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition. By event’s end,..
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