MTSU faculty experts provided their views on topics including concert promotion, children’s literature, dystopian movies, media coverage of COVID-19, tournament cancellations and more for national..
MTSU faculty and staff representatives appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about the university’s National Women’s History Month activities and a new textbook program for..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Amanda Nadler Synopsis: Nadler, a nursing major who aspires to become a psychiatric nurse, explains her paper on suicides on college
Interested in biochemistry and hunting for the right college for him, Ross Sibley, his mother Pam and sister Emily flew 2,000 miles from Southern California..
The alarming rise in suicides among college students was the topic of discussion on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
As a part of the university’s Black History Month celebration, the MTSU community will have a chance to discuss, revisit and view literature written by..
MTSU Honors College, Office of Admissions and various departments across campus are collaborating for the annual Presidents Day Open House. The daylong event is scheduled..
Global warming and climate change continue to generate discussion and analyses, and MTSU is offering a series of upcoming public lectures sure to inspire further..
National media outlets recently published the views of MTSU faculty experts on topics including Shakespearean drama, women’s suffrage, women’s basketball, emotional intelligence, impeachment, yogurt and..
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..
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