MTSU faculty and staff contributed their perspectives to the media for stories on numerous topics, including Nashville’s history, hiring the disabled, recruiting international students and..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University continued its new series of special “unconferences” on old-time music on Friday, March 12, this time bringing..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Louis Woods Synopsis: The associate professor of history recaps his University Honors College lecture on systemic housing discrimination in the..
The tragic impact of housing discrimination and its toleration and promotion by the federal government was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
Despite working toward equality at the ballot box, in the courts and as citizens since the nation was born, panelists at an MTSU Constitution Day..
MTSU faculty and staff continued sharing their expertise with local, national and international news agencies in the early summer on topics including nutrition education, racial..
African American members of Nashville’s music industry will continue their groundbreaking conversation this Thursday, June 11, with a follow-up panel to answer an “outpouring of..
Recording artist Mickey Guyton and music industry executive Shannon Sanders are among the panelists in a Tuesday, June 2, virtual discussion, “Being African American in the..
March 30 was a quiet night on the MTSU campus, as many students, faculty and staff continued adjusting after the first week of switching to..
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