MTSU recently attracted a worldwide audience with a conference that expected to attract about 400 people. The Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of..
MTSU faculty experts recently provided their views in national media outlets on topics including dyslexia, national party politics, hate speech, the impeachment of President Trump..
An MTSU freshman whose early struggles with school work frustrated him and befuddled his parents has embarked on a college career with pride and confidence...
Educators in two Tennessee counties are better equipped to help children with dyslexia this school year due to an MTSU institution and a community partner...
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..
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