MTSU is donning laurels by association today as three university-affiliated artists — dancer and professor Meg Brooker, actor and aerospace alumnus Cameron L. Mitchell, and poet..
The usually quiet James E. Walker Library is making plenty of noise with its new podcast. “Open Stacks” went live on Oct. 21 with Erica..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Amie Whittemore Synopsis: The lecturer in the Department of English shares her plans for the $50,000 fellowship she won from the..
An MTSU professor who will use her national fellowship money to bring poetry to the masses was the guest on a recent “MTSU On the Record”..
Murfreesboro’s poet laureate is far from resting on her new national laurel. Instead, MTSU English professor Amie Whittemore is busy using the $50,000 grant from..
An MTSU School of Music professor’s new CD release, featuring university colleagues performing poetry set to his compositions, is earning recognition from some of the..
The coronavirus pandemic has not stifled the creativity of MTSU students whose talents lie in creative writing. Three first-place winners of the inaugural creative writing..
MTSU faculty and staff recently contributed their expertise to a variety of media platforms on subjects that included home security, poetry writing, “Typhoid Mary,” The..
MTSU faculty and alumni will display their love of the written word with other authors at this year’s Southern Festival of Books in Nashville. The..
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