Women in Higher Education in Tennessee is singling out four members of the MTSU community for their professional and academic achievements. Judith Iriarte-Gross, a professor..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about an upcoming week of events focused on business ethics and finance, a new..
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..
Women on the front lines of health care and science will share their much-needed expertise in a videoconference as part of MTSU’s National Women’s History..
The annual Regional Science Olympiad will take place virtually on Saturday, Feb. 27, for middle schools and high schools across Tennessee. Pat Patterson, MTSU Department..
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 well-rounded education incorporates both arts and sciences to give students the tools to build the careers — and the lives — they want. MTSU’s..
Chrisila Pettey, professor of computer science and former chair of the Computer Science Department, produced new materials and gave students options for class attendance to..
A first-of-its-kind study led by Middle Tennessee State University biology researcher Elizabeth Barnes suggests that a difference in culture and beliefs between science instructors and..
Ginger Holmes Rowell’s working world as a professor in MTSU’s Department of Mathematical Sciences involves statistics and statistics education. For the fall 2020 semester, Rowell..
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