The MTSU equestrian team was driven to success at two regional Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association events this fall. In each competition, which were about a..
Even as a busy semester drew to a close, MTSU faculty and staff found time to share their expertise with news outlets on a variety..
For the hearing-impaired, lip-reading in a society full of mask-wearers is practically impossible. However, the MTSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic refuses to let COVID-19 conquer their work...
Kimberly Evert, the secondary Ready2Teach program coordinator at MTSU’s College of Education, has gotten creative to provide her students with meaningful teacher training during COVID-19...
When it comes to coping with transitioning to a more virtual environment, the James E. Walker Library already was ahead of the game. However, interim..
For Elizabeth Wright, helping her students succeed during the COVID-19 pandemic is all about communication and compassion. The associate professor of criminal justice administration puts..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Jessica Gann Synopsis: The mental health counselor with MTSU Counseling Services explains the Pandemic Support Group she co-directs for students coping..
Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney A. McPhee gave the campus community a pre-Halloween treat by calling for a campuswide day off Friday, Oct. 30,..
True to her belief that “face time” with professors is the most important part of education, Molly Taylor-Poleskey employs certain practices that help facilitate a..
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