MTSU will hold a ceremony in appreciation of people who were killed because of their gender identity. MT Lambda, an all-inclusive LGBTQ+ student organization, will..
A presentation at the annual Boro Pride festival is now a point of pride for the entire MTSU community. The Tennessee Equality Project Foundation presented..
MTSU is inviting the community to join in a moment of reflection on Saturday, Nov. 17 for lives lost to violence and prejudice. The third..
Creating greater interaction and understanding among a diverse range of people is the mission of the 2018 LGBT+ College Conference at MTSU. “All Identities —..
A leader in developing partnerships between major corporations and minority business enterprises in three Southern states will deliver the awards dinner keynote address at MTSU’s..
MTSU will set aside Saturday, Nov. 19, as a day to reflect on people who were murdered because of their gender identity or expression. The..
An executive with a national health care firm whose personal journey includes gender reassignment will deliver the keynote address at MTSU’s 2016 LGBT+ College Conference,..
The second annual MTSU LGBT+ College Conference was the subject of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with Elizabeth Villasana and..
Two women who overcame barriers to reach the heights of military achievement will headline MTSU’s second annual LGBT+ College Conference April 9-11. The gathering, which..