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..
Compelling conversations, artistic expressions and explorations of important issues are on the agenda of MTSU’s 12th biennial Women’s and Gender Studies Interdisciplinary Conference. With the..
Science, entrepreneurship, academia and gender identity are among the topics to be explored in MTSU’s 2017 celebration of National Women’s History Month. “Honoring Trailblazing Women..
Violence in literature, media coverage and First Amendment issues are among the topics to be addressed by MTSU graduate students this Thursday, Oct. 15. Three..
The impact of the feminist movement on research in higher education will be the topic of a free panel discussion at MTSU. Dr. Clare Bratten,..
MTSU Provost Brad Bartel has named Dr. Newtona “Tina” Johnson as interim vice provost for academic affairs. Johnson, a professor of English and director of..
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