Middle Tennessee State University and officials with the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and the XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg,..
By Patsy B. Weiler The first person Economics major Patricia Hummel wanted to tell about her hiring as part of an exciting new endeavor between..
After winning the prestigious, three-year National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates site award grant in 2019, MTSU hosted undergraduates from across the country for..
By Allison Gorman Considering how COVID-19 turned higher education upside down, you’d think 2020 would have been a bad year for the Office of Research..
Autumn Gates can already anticipate the rush of IndyCars reaching 200 mph soon in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. But the MTSU alumna and former Concrete Industry..
They technically won’t start a nearly yearlong research project until July 1, but an MTSU biology researcher and a University Honors College student already are off..
Growing scholars take on research as just another challenge By Allison Gorman For many graduate students, research is a requirement. But for undergraduates, it’s generally..
MTSU’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has named administrators Dawn McCormack and Gregory Rushton as co-directors to lead efforts to support and promote faculty..
For Lauren Hunsicker, a psychology major at Middle Tennessee State University, presenting her research to a live audience at the annual Scholars Week Exposition was..
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