Middle Tennessee State University remains on track to resume primarily in-person instruction and restore its array of campus events and activities for the fall 2021..
If youngsters can’t go to the farm during the COVID-19 pandemic, MTSU will help take the farm to the youngsters. The university’s Center for Health..
MTSU faculty and staff recently offered their expertise on numerous topics to news agencies. These topics included “cancel culture,” COVID-19 vaccinations, Facebook, forensic analyses of..
Robert and Beulah Fenbert became the first of 100 Rutherford County residents to receive the free Moderna COVID-19 vaccine administered by MTSU School of Nursing..
Becky Seipelt-Thiemann spends some of her downtime away from her work at MTSU learning to play the cello. Daughter Laurel plays the stringed instrument at..
A prominent African American journalist, academic and activist will provide MTSU’s 2021 Black History Month keynote address. Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, the Steve Charles Professor..
When the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic directly impacted the MTSU campus during the 2020 spring break, technology-savvy Daniel Erenso became creative and did something..
Beginning Thursday, Feb. 25, the MTSU School of Nursing, in partnership with the Rutherford County Health Department, will join the State Farm Operations Center as..
The winter 2021 edition of MTSU Magazine spotlights two highly successful university alums, each of whom represent excellence and distinction through their professional careers, loyal..
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