MTSU’s Alumni Memorial Gym was a buzz of activity Saturday, Feb. 8, as high school and middle school students brought their creative A games to..
MTSU’s Alumni Memorial Gym and parts of the Voorhies Engineering Technology building will be the filled with technology, energy and excitement as 30 robotics teams..
The Tennessee STEM Education Center, or TSEC, at MTSU is partnering with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation to help judge their robotics competition at the Wilson..
Brothers Michael and Aden Luchtefeld didn’t have to fly in for the Civil Air Patrol national E-Tech Engineering Technologies Academy like many of their fellow cadets had to do..
There’s a new name and location for the former MTSU Engineering Technology Open House. The public and campus community are invited to the Mech-Tech Engineering..
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee joined Middle Tennessee State University’s president and trustees Wednesday, April 3, to underscore several of the institution’s ready-to-work degree programs that..
Teams from Alabama and Arkansas landed invitations to the FIRST Robotics National Championship later this year in Houston, Texas, during the FIRST Tech Challenge Tennessee..
Knoxville, Tennessee-based TNFIRST sought a site to hold its FIRST Tech Challenge Tennessee Regional Robotics Competition. With one of the fastest growing robot-driven mechatronics engineering..
For the second consecutive year, members of the MTSU Robotics Club shined at the National Robotics Challenge at the Marion County Fairgrounds in Marion, Ohio...
While an MTSU student-athlete, Ed Simpson was a consummate team player. The 6-foot-2 guard was a contributor both as a starter and coming off the bench..
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