MTSU’s College of Education continues to evolve from its foundational role in the university’s beginnings to explore the challenges and complexities surrounding education both inside..
Middle Tennessee State University alumni and former students may need their own virtual seating section at the upcoming 63rd annual Grammy Awards. The MTSU-trained professionals will..
The MTSU College of Basic and Applied Sciences has something in store for aspiring scientists wanting to make a recruiting visit to the Middle Tennessee..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Meg Brooker Synopsis: MTSU’s Director of Dance describes “Dance of Freedom,” Florence Fleming Noyes’ tribute to the suffragists who marched for..
The embodiment of women’s insistence on self-expression on stage and in society was the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina..
MTSU’s award-winning chapter of Phi Kappa Phi prepares to set another precedent — its first virtual initiation ceremony. The national Honor Society of Phi Kappa..
Like many other instructors, MTSU economics professor Stuart Fowler has needed to think creatively during the COVID-19 pandemic about how to keep students engaged in..
Middle Tennessee State University honored almost 270 faculty and staff members campuswide for their years of working with and for students at the annual Employee..
Middle Tennessee State University is again seeking nominations from the community for the “unsung heroes” honored annually as part of its Black History Month observance,..
The December 2020 edition of the “Out of the Blue” television magazine show from Middle Tennessee State University, available to watch above, is bringing a little holiday..
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