Scott Austin’s parents disrupted his summer fun to take him to Murfreesboro. By his own admission, he didn’t appreciate it. Today, he appreciates it a..
Producer/Writer/Announcer: Gina Logue The Dyslexia Center on MTSU’s campus fights the learning disability for future children and future educators.
MTSU faculty and staff took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about an upcoming lifelong learning series through the College of Liberal Arts, a..
MTSU, which began 107 years ago as a teacher’s college, is continuing that mission by advancing the craft of education through learned guest lecturers. The..
Tennessee teachers adapting to a new state law are getting some valuable assistance from MTSU’s Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia. Effective..
A recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program tackled the challenging learning disability called dyslexia and the new Tennessee law aimed at serving students who are dyslexic...
Registration is open for the upcoming Fox Reading Conference at MTSU, a free half-day event to share the latest insights into literacy education. The conference..
Now a few months into his new position as chair of the MTSU’s Dyslexic Studies department, Dr. Timothy Odegard has eagerly embraced his role “to..
From the opening of a $147 million Science Building to a look at one MTSU Center’s work to untangle the mystery of dyslexia, the newest,..
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