The latest edition of MTSU magazine celebrates Middle Tennessee State University’s flagship Aerospace Department, which is celebrating 80 years in flight — and charting its future course. MTSU’s..
It’s no surprise that veterans gravitate to MTSU. The 3,200-square-foot Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center—among the largest such space at any..
When Aerospace launched its newest concentration in 2015, its top business application seemed clear. The devices that hobbyists were calling drones—known in the industry as..
Sixteen Midstate teenagers learned about drones, data science and how it relates to solving real-world problems with precision agriculture during the second Middle Tennessee State University Digital Agriculture..
Once, or maybe several times, they were in the room where it happened. Perhaps it was a courtyard instead, or a street, or a playground,..
“True Blue” is far more than a rhyming slogan using one of Middle Tennessee State University’s colors, professor Robert Gordon reminded the 850-plus graduating members..
Concluding a senior project, six MTSU Aerospace unmanned aircraft systems students helped write a final chapter to a Tennessee State Park mystery that baffled authorities..
One of the nation’s top aviation programs, Middle Tennessee State University’s Aerospace Department continues to experience amazing growth. Retirements within the industry and other factors..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Blake Whitman Synopsis: The assistant professor in the School of Concrete and Construction Management describes his research into the use..
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