FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Nissan partnered with MTSU and Microsoft recently to host the Microsoft DigiGirlz math-science girls event at Nissan’s North America headquarters. The Feb. 28..
There was cause — and nearly $200,000 worth of reasons — for celebration on the MTSU campus Thursday, Oct. 30. The university announced a two-year,..
MTSU will be “Breaking Bad” with a week of science, drug- and disability-awareness activities inspired by the popular television series. Free food, prizes, giveaways and..
Lucy King was among the first to jump in and ask questions of Freneka Minter, keynote speaker for the 18th annual Expanding Your Horizons in..
The conversation from a national official to a group of budding East Nashville scientists was profound and to the point: Persevere. Stay focused. Never give..
The 2013 Girls Raised in Tennessee Science (GRITS) Collaborative Project Conference in MTSU’s Tom H. Jackson Building included a special workshop by Techbridge called “Role..
The MTSU Women in STEM Center is using a $10,000 grant from the American Association of University Women Foundation to eventually expose at least 1,000..
Above the noise of thousands of children talking and doing what youngsters do at a college basketball game, Cameron Burke said he was having “100..
One of the nation’s top young women in science, who also is an advocate for women in the STEM fields, will be making a public..
Aerospace Testing Alliance, the operating contractor for Arnold Engineering Development Center in Tullahoma, Tenn., recently made donations to MTSU programs promoting science, technology, engineering and..
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