Middle Tennessee State University faculty and staff again stepped up in support of their neighbors by pledging a record $140,791 for the 2021-22 Employee Charitable..
Middle Tennessee State University’s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is staying on course for our new academic year in the August 2020 edition,..
National media outlets recently printed MTSU faculty experts’ perspectives on various topics, including the area economy, tobacco advertising, political endorsements, Confederate history, pandemics and the..
MTSU faculty experts recently offered their perspectives to local, national and international news outlets on a wide range of topics including the life and death..
The MTSU Provost’s Office is assigning separate administrators to oversee academics and professors in order to facilitate greater student success. As part of the restructuring..
Veteran MTSU administrator Dr. Mark Byrnes, who became interim provost in April, is the featured guest on September’s “Out of the Blue,” the university’s public..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Brad Bartel Synopsis: After six years as MTSU’s chief academic officer, Dr. Brad Bartel reflects on his tenure as he..
MTSU’s outgoing provost revisited his six years as the university’s top academic officer on a recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host..
Dr. Mark Byrnes, dean of MTSU’s College of Liberal Arts since June 2010, will become the university’s interim provost on May 9, President Sidney A...
Tennessee State Historian Dr. Carroll Van West, director of MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation, will discuss his long career in investigating and preserving historic sites..
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