Two MTSU scholars will depart soon for far-flung regions of the globe after winning prestigious financial stipends. Bonnie Walker and Ethan McHugh are among more..
The consul-general of Japan highlights a dynamic celebration of International Education Week at MTSU, set Nov. 10-14. Motohiko Kato, Japan’s consul-general stationed in Nashville, will..
“Honor Diaries,” a documentary that features nine courageous women’s rights advocates who speak about gender inequality, oppression and the “honor violence” that targets mostly women who have..
Inspired by the Arab Spring, women are beginning to speak out about an ongoing legacy of oppression. “Honor Diaries,” a documentary that expresses the women’s..
Human rights activists are coming to MTSU to discuss their work for the indigenous peoples of southern Mexico. Azalia Hernandez of the Fray Bartolome de..
A gripping story of a woman using social media to chronicle turmoil in her native Egypt is the first of three offerings in MTSU’s International..
With about 180 new undergraduate international students entering MTSU this semester, they’ll need folks to show them around. The Office of International Affairs will host..
In some college classes, studying abroad doesn’t require a passport, a visa or even a suitcase. For the first time, MTSU students enjoyed simultaneous cyberspace..
MTSU’s Japanese Film Week, presented by the university’s Advanced Japanese course in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, will feature three free subtitled movies..
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