“Who’s going to be the Joshua Generation that will lead us into the Promised Land?” With this Biblical analogy, University of Pennsylvania professor Mary Frances..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about an upcoming week of events focused on business ethics and finance, a new..
An Asian American singer and dancer who uses her talent to bring people of diverse cultures together will share her life’s work as part of..
A veteran activist against sexism and racism both in and out of government will deliver the keynote address for MTSU’s celebration of National Women’s History..
Women on the front lines of health care and science will share their much-needed expertise in a videoconference as part of MTSU’s National Women’s History..
MTSU’s observance of National Women’s History Month will be an appreciation of more than 100 years of American women’s suffrage. The opening ceremony is slated..
Cornelia Wills, MTSU director of Student Success, veteran educator and author, “knows how to deal with life’s troubles” thanks to the lessons taught by her..
(Updated 5:20 p.m. March 13: Due to coronavirus concerns and subsequent University precautions, the remainder of National Women’s History Month events have been canceled.) It..
MTSU’s observance of National Women’s History Month will be an appreciation of nearly 100 years of American women’s suffrage. “Nevertheless She Persisted: Valiant Women of..
MTSU faculty and staff representatives appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about the university’s National Women’s History Month activities and a new textbook program for..
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