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..
A critically acclaimed American film will kick off the spring 2013 semester’s International Film Series at MTSU. Director Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom,” recipient of the..
Women’s fight for the right to vote in the Bahamas is brought to the screen with vivid intensity in a film slated for a free..
A compelling drama from Iran leads off this year’s MTSU International Film Series, which will start at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, in the new..
MTSU bolstered its commitment to international education in May as educators from China Agricultural University in Beijing visited the campus and discussed plans for the..
The MT Hurling Club, the only hurling club in Tennessee, will sponsor a hurling camp and tournament May 12 and 13 at the MTSU Sport..
The MTSU Office of International Affairs and Office of Education Abroad conducted their inaugural International Affairs Award and Recognition Ceremony April 28. Officials recognized the..
Egyptian playwright Ibrahim El-Husseini will present “Protests, Poets and Playwrights: The Artistic Response to the Egyptian Revolution” at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5, in the..
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