MTSU alumna LaShan Dixon (Classes of 2007, ’10, ’11 and ’14) has been named the director of the Rutherford County Public Health Department, the Tennessee..
MTSU students will have seven opportunities in the next four weeks to obtain free flu shots in a partnership between colleges within the university and..
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — At last, a legitimate reason to wake up early on a Saturday. I first pulled into the line for COVID-19 testing at..
An MTSU professor will work to disseminate information to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in communities of color as a member of a statewide task..
Some MTSU nursing students are doing their part to help Tennesseans survive the coronavirus outbreak. About 25 MTSU students are helping to staff the Tennessee..
Beginning July 1, MTSU will use a three-year grant in a proactive effort to help students learn how to make wiser beverage decisions. As part..
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services recently participated in the third annual Tennessee Quit Week by helping raise awareness about the Tennessee Department of..
Middle Tennessee State University has been recognized by the state of Tennessee’s Emergency Medical Services Board for its efforts to help train emergency medical personnel..
Hundreds of MTSU students and numerous volunteers showed their True Blue Spirit on Saturday by participating in an emergency preparedness drill inside the Health, Wellness..
WE ARE TRUE BLUE