Three MTSU students balancing off-campus responsibilities with their full-time educational pursuits will continue their studies with financial help from the June S. Anderson Foundation. Sarah Clark,..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Roberta Chevrette Synopsis: The assistant professor of communication studies previews the 13th biennial International Women’s and Gender Studies Conference slated..
Scholars from around the world will join local feminists for a very timely conference at MTSU March 28-30. “Gendered Migrations, Bodies and Borders” is the..
Scholars from around the world are ready for MTSU’s 13th biennial Interdisciplinary Conference in Women’s and Gender Studies, the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record”..
An MTSU professor is ready to pull back the curtain on the fearsome roles women and womanhood have played in horror movies at a special..
An MTSU professor will explore how LGBTQ couples use technology to make decisions about having children in a special lecture set Thursday, Oct. 18. Dr...
Since many women sentenced to life in prison will get out early through the parole process, to what extent are they prepared for life after..
An MTSU professor will discuss the politics behind the popular Twitter parodies that showcased the friendship of former President Barack Obama and former Vice President..
An award-winning actress will deliver the rescheduled keynote address for MTSU’s celebration of National Women’s History Month. Award-winning actress Selenis Levya, who portrays jail inmate..
MTSU kicked off its National Women’s History Month festivities by celebrating a native Tennessean while also honoring a group of women leaders on the Blue..
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