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April 20, Graduating MTSU drone college students conquer class challenges, able to fly into actual world
Six MTSU Aerospace unmanned plane techniques students were in a place to get hands-on expertise at Cummins Falls State Park during a mapping mission.

August 6, MTSU scholar enjoys ‘amazing’ Virgin Galactic summer time internship
/student-enjoys-amazing-virgin-galactic-internship/Mike Harris, an MTSU professional pilot major, earned an internship with Virgin Galactic, an American spaceflight company.

May 4, MTSU aerospace upkeep administration seniors profit from ‘scholarship’ coaching
/training-benefits-aerospace-maintenance-students/Five college students from the MTSU Aerospace Department have obtained the National Business Aviation Administration Charities scholarship.

February 26, Aerospace professor helps students adjust to ‘new normal’ with encouragement
Dr. Kevin Corns creates alternatives for hands-on studying for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations applications, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 21, Humor, endurance maintain MTSU aerospace professor’s class
Bill Allen, an Aerospace affiliate professor, found a way to ensure all of his aircraft maintenance classes participated within the hands-on labs that had been affected by the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

September 30, Aerospace college students can now train on revolutionary climate software
/weather-software-training-2016/Southwest Airlines and The Weather Company donated a WSI Fusion to MTSU for aerospace students to obtain hands-on training earlier than the software turns into out there to all aerospace majors.

February 12, MTSU unveils bachelor’s diploma in unmanned aircraft operations
Unmanned plane techniques or UAS are creating thousands of new jobs in many industries and proving to be a major fixture in the future of aviation worldwide.

February 5, MTSU uses unmanned craft to review Argentina’s agriculture
Along with the five undergraduate college students and one alumnus, MTSU college members Tony Johnston from the School of Agriculture and Doug Campbell in the Department of Aerospace teamed up to journey to South America and learn how unmanned plane techniques — or UAS — can be utilized in agriculture.


February 20, MTSU advertising students take on stereotypes after Rutherford battle against mosque
MTSU advertising majors’ social-media effort to fight neighborhood stereotypes has earned them acclaim in a global competitors and a free trip to Washington, D.C. to present their campaign.

– February 18, MTSU students’ acceptance marketing campaign earns world ‘Double Take’
MTSU advertising majors’ social-media effort to struggle group stereotypes has earned them acclaim in an international competition — and a free trip to Washington, D.C. — to present their campaign.

November 14, Business student’s design named winner of MT Engage emblem contest
MTSU enterprise scholar Justin Johnson created the successful brand design that can now characterize the MT Engage curriculum enhancement plan for the complete college.

-October 14, 2014-Oct. 21 is deadline for faculty students to create QEP brand for contest
MTSU college students have until Oct. 21 to showcase their visual creative abilities and submit the successful emblem to characterize the university’s subsequent Quality Enhancement Plan.

May 31, MTSU college students are finalists in national natural-gas advertising contest
/mtsu-students-are-finalists-in-national-natural-gas-advertising-contest-cms A staff of MTSU college students were in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, May 29, as finalists for the America’s Natural Gas Alliance Scholastics Achievement Award in the ANGA Collegiate Energy Challenge.

– May 30, MTSU students win national natural-gas advert campaign contest
MTSU college students have received top honors and a $5,000 prize in a nationwide collegiate advertising competition to promote natural gas utilization.

April 26, Hodge discovers new use for dental technology
/professor-dental-discovery/Research by Dr. Shannon Hodge, assistant professor of anthropology at MTSU, could provide archaeologists with a new approach to investigate the past whereas respecting the desires of living Native Americans for the treatment of their ancestors’ remains.


December 12, $750K USDA grant establishes Tennessee Digital Agriculture Center at MTSU to reinforce youth schooling
A new $750,000 grant from the us Department of Agriculture and National Institute of Food and Agriculture will present a collection of projects and community outreach events for MTSU’s School of Agriculture.

March 5, MTSU creates ‘Virtual Farm’ with USDA funding to coach kids throughout pandemic
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services received an $816,000 grant from the united states Department of Agriculture to support a brand new Virtual Farm project.

April 14, MTSU students carry a glimpse of agriculture to native colleges [+VIDEO]
MTSU School of Agriculture college students worked to organize agriculture baggage for over 1,000 Rutherford County fourth graders.

March 26, MTSU ag students learn life lessons repairing, donating bicycles to help the homeless
Chimney Mosely’s mechanics class within the School of Agriculture helped present 4 repaired bicycles to the native Greenhouse Ministries.

December 2, Vintage-looking indicators point to MTSU Creamery’s ongoing progress
MTSU Creamery continues to develop as new vintage-looking tin indicators are promoted inside the group.

May eight, Butter-making and extra at MTSU Farm charms City Schools 3rd graders [+VIDEO]
About 1,300 third-graders from Murfreesboro City Schools visited the MTSU Farm and Dairy in Lascassas, Tennessee for their fifth annual Farm2School subject trip.

September 6, MTSU toasts local dairy, named among first with state’s Tennessee Milk logo [+VIDEO]
MTSU Creamery is certainly one of the first within the state to hold the Tennessee Milk emblem on dairy merchandise.

June 5, Lamb and goat camp attracts 60 children from across South
Over sixty younger folks, from ages five to eighteen, participated in Massey’s Show Lamb Camp to discover methods to better care for their animals and show them in state competitions.

May 17, Murfreesboro City Schools third-graders visit MTSU Farm
About 600 third-graders from Murfreesboro City Schools skilled the farm life throughout a area trip to the MTSU Experiential Learning and Research Center.

February 5, State lawmakers study MTSU Botanical Medicine Center’s hemp analysis [+VIDEO]
House Speaker Beth Harwell visits MTSU’s Tennessee Center for Botanical Medicine Research. Curtis Johnson, R-Clarksville, House speaker pro tem; and Rep. Jeremy Faison, R-Cosby also visited the center to debate the success of MTSU’s hemp analysis.

June 21, Students help usher in MTSU Creamery’s milk bottling process [+VIDEOS]
MTSU students assist to distribute bottles of milk from the new MTSU Creamery. Bottled milk will be bought on campus in the Phillips Bookstore and Dwight’s Mini Mart for the primary time in 50 years.

May 17, ,300 City Schools third-graders expertise MTSU farm life [+VIDEO]
Over 1,300 third graders from Murfreesboro City Schools visited MTSU’s Experiential Learning and Research Center for a Farm2School field trip. Students received to experience a farm day together with feeding the cows, studying about tractors, and making crafts from dried beans and yarn.

April eleven, MTSU ag students present youngsters the origins of their meals
G’Anni Milton, Tinsley Pittenger and Allison Swenson and almost 900 different Rutherford County faculties college students had no concept how much MTSU senior Austin Brennstuhl desires them to know where their meals comes from — and he doesn’t imply the grocery retailer.

June 17, Time to ‘Saddle Up’ for household enjoyable July 29 with ACE Learning Center
“Saddle Up,” the MTSU program’s annual fundraising event, is extra family-friendly this yr, opening up Murphy Center from 5:30 to 8 p.m. July 29 for kid-focused enjoyable, hands-on actions and, in fact, nice food.

May 13, MTSU shares ‘Farm2School’ life with 1,200 City Schools’ youngsters
/mtsu-shares-farm2school-life-with city-schools-children-cms About 600 Murfreesboro City Schools’ third-graders realized concerning the MTSU gardens and one other 600 took in the dairy portion of the MTSU Experiential Learning and Research Center Thursday (May 12).

May 12, City 3rd-graders enjoy MTSU ‘Farm2School’ area trip [+VIDEO]
/2016-farm2school-at-mtsu/Around 1,200 third-graders from Murfreesboro City Schools visited MTSU’s Experiential Learning and Research Center to study concerning the MTSU gardens and visit the dairy portion of the middle in Lascassas.

April thirteen, Agritourism class provides glimpse of farm life for youngsters
Children have a blast when they visit a farm — or, on this case, the assortment of agriculture-related stations manned by MTSU students and volunteers for the third Agricultural Education Spring Fling Tuesday, April 12, within the Tennessee Livestock Center.

April 15, 2015-Farm animals captivate 900 at Ag Education Spring Fling
/farm-animals-captivate-students/The young students came to MTSU from all parts of Rutherford County: La Vergne, Rockvale, Lascassas, Smyrna and Murfreesboro. Nearly 900 youngsters in all, from pre-kindergarten by way of second-graders, attended. They got here for the second MTSU Agricultural Education Spring Fling April 14 in the Tennessee Livestock Center on Greenland Drive.

February 5, MTSU makes use of unmanned craft to study Argentina’s agriculture
/unmanned-aircraft-aids-argentina-ag-research/Along with the five undergraduate college students and one alumnus, MTSU faculty members Tony Johnston from the School of Agriculture and Doug Campbell in the Department of Aerospace teamed as much as journey to South America and learn how unmanned aircraft techniques — or UAS — can be utilized in agriculture.

September 18, Fun, meals, drones capture fancy of MTSU Farm open home crowd
MTSU Farm Laboratories held an Open House for the common public and MTSU neighborhood. Visitors toured the gardens, the apiary, and the MTSU Dairy. The Aerospace division captured footage of the occasion through the use of an unmanned aerial car (UAV).

July 7, MTSU Student Farmers Market resumes July eleven
Sales at the weekly MTSU Student Farmers Market will resume Friday, July 11, from noon to 2 p.m. with fresh farm-raised produce plus scrumptious honey from the hard-working bees of the MTSU Farm — all excellent for a tasty summer time meal.

– June 10, Pick up contemporary produce, honey from MTSU Student Farmers Market
/farmers-market-spring2017/The weekly MTSU Student Farmers Market is open Friday, June 13, from noon to 2 p.m. with recent farm-raised produce plus scrumptious honey from the hard-working bees of the MTSU Farm — all perfect for a tasty Father’s Day meal.

December 14, 2012-Students far exceed different fuels’ go-kart expectations
MTSU digital media communication major Ryan Skelley might have found “the best way to finish faculty.” He and three analysis project teammates raced a propane-powered go-kart in competition in opposition to three different vehicles utilizing different different fuels.

– December 12, MTSU Students to Race Modified Go-Karts Fueled With Hydrogen and More
/mtsu-students-to-race-modified-go-karts-fueled-with-hydrogen-and-more-cms Twenty-one MTSU students, who have modified four go-karts and one golf cart to run on five different various fuels, may have an end-of-semester competition at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.

July 21, ‘Saddle Up’ July 31 with MTSU to provide joyful cowpokes a hand
Get ready to give a few of Rutherford County’s best younger wranglers a hand Thursday, July 31, at the annual “Saddle Up” fundraiser for MTSU’s Ann Campbell Early Learning Center.

July 29, Consumers purchase in to MTSU Student Farmers Market
A self-proclaimed “farmers-market junkie from way, method back” Elizabeth Nelson has been looking forward to every Friday’s sale of produce, plants and honey contained in the MTSU Horticulture Center.

June 15, 2012-MTSU, county farmers’ market partnership share success
MTSU’s function in a collaboration geared toward serving to low-income residents and fixed-income senior citizens to eat healthier has confirmed to be an immediate success.


December 23, MTSU digs into little-understood facet of Nashville’s African American historical past [+VIDEO]
Dr. Andrew Wyatt, an associate professor and the creator of the Bass Street Community Archaeology Project, and MTSU college students have begun digging at Fort Negley Park in Nashville.

October 18, ‘Immigrants and Refugees’ are focus of student analysis events
The 25th annual Tennessee Undergraduate Social Science Symposium, “Immigrants and Refugees,” featured dialogue panels, scholar presentations, and a keynote handle from Dr. Ruth Gomberg Muñoz from Loyola University Chicago.

October 5, City Council OKs effort to switch Black Cat Cave website to MTSU
The Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department will proceed working toward transferring Black Cat Cave to MTSU pending final administrative and authorized approvals, the town introduced lately.

– August eight, Native American cemetery discovered at Black Cat Cave
/story/news/2015/08/05/native-american-cemetery-discovered-black-cat-cave/ /
Discovery of a Native American cemetery on the Black Cat Cave archaeological website has led to securing the location, the city announced Wednesday.

– August 5, MTSU, metropolis group up to study, secure Native American site
/mtsu-city-black-cat-cave-2015/The discovery of a Native American cemetery on the Black Cat Cave archaeological site has led the city of Murfreesboro, Middle Tennessee State University and other private and non-private partners to secure the cave space and focus on plans for its future.

June 30, High schoolers get details of forensic science at CSI: MTSU
They came to MTSU from high faculties in four completely different states to study extra about forensic science in a hands-on setting.

April 6, Forensic anthropologist is on the case on ‘MTSU On the Record’
/berryman-on-the-record-apr2015/A current version of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program took a look at skilled improvement alternatives for legislation enforcement personnel.

January 22, Scientists work to determine origin of Nashville Zoo graves/story/ /scientists-work-to-determine-origin-of-nashville-zoo-graves
Nearly 20 years after a secret cemetery was discovered at the entrance to the Nashville Zoo, there are lastly some answers to who was buried there.

– September eleven, Who was Buried at Grassmere Plantation?
Do you ever watch crime-scene dramas on TV, like “Bones”, “NCIS”, or the newest permutation of “CSI”? If so, you’ll know that within the TV world, skeletal specialists often get middle-of-the-night telephone calls, or have their dinners interrupted by the sudden buzzing of a cellular phone which signals that the plot simply received much more fascinating.

June 24, Students unearth historical past at MTSU Archaeological Field School
The MTSU Archaeological Field School has taken the classroom outdoors for the final six weeks, maintaining students hoping for breezes and carrying additional sunscreen as they dig and study at a web site in the rolling hills of western Rutherford County.


May 29, Budding art teachers information state School for the Blind students’ video to worldwide honors [+VIDEO]
Dr. Debrah Sickler-Voight and her artwork training students competed in a world arts competition, along with the help from students from Tennessee School of the Blind.

July 22, Scandinavian examine overseas finds ‘happiness’ for art exhibit
/scandinavian-happiness-exhibit-2014/MTSU students learned firsthand why the individuals of Scandinavia’s cozy nations frequently top the United Nations’ “World Happiness Report,” and their very own report is “Passport to Happiness,” a brand new art exhibit open via Aug. 15 in MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery.

– July 19, Scandinavian folktale inspires MTSU artwork exhibit
Inspired by a Scandinavian folktale, the collaborations of MTSU art students and kids from Denmark and Norway shall be displayed on campus.

June 5, MTSU Art Education Students Paint Patterson Park Mural
MTSU artwork schooling students collaborated with fourth- and fifth-grade students from Bradley Academy to design, craft and paint a full classroom mural at Patterson Park Community Center depicting 4 themes: life abilities, sports, arts and community.

Athletic Training

August 9, ‘Keep On Training’: Listen to Aug. three ‘MTSU On the Record’
/phillips-binkley-training-aug2021/MTSU faculty and employees from the Department of Health and Human Performance clarify how they have continued to provide experiential learning alternatives for college kids during the COVID-19 pandemic.

August three, ‘MTSU On the Record’ tapes up, stays hydrated to study athletic coaching
/phillips-binkley-on-the-record-july2021/Dr. Kristi Phillips and Dr. Helen Binkley discuss the importance of experiential learning in athletic coaching and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected that.

May 19, MTSU signs pact with South Korean sports science academy
/mtsu-ulsan-memorandum-2015/MTSU has signed a 5 yr memorandum with the Ulsan Sports Science Secondary School in South Korea.


October 4, Professor’s $272K grant helps MTSU students take in sponge research in Florida Keys [+VIDEO]
MTSU’s Cole Easson has launched new hands-learning opportunities for marine biology students by way of a National Science Foundation grant for sponge research initiatives.

June 29, With $6,500 stipend, MTSU biology researcher, scholar tackle Stones River Watershed range
Cole Easson and Jacqueline Williams have earned a $6,500 stipend to check water quality at ten areas all through the fall and winter.

May 10, MTSU biology researcher caps senior year with ‘positive’ Smithsonian internship experience
Sarah Clark recently earned the chance to complete a virtual internship with the Smithsonian Institution at the National Museum of Natural History studying the evolution of equine influenza.

April thirteen, MTSU Honors ecology class tackles real-world ‘flattening the curve’
Ecology college students learn to grasp the unfold of disease in wildlife and plant populations and apply that to people in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

April 11, MTSU Stormwater spring volunteer occasions enhance environment
/stormwater-spring-roundup-2017/The MTSU group has been busy throughout the spring semester serving to clear up the town of Murfreesboro, protecting the local water provide and enhancing the surroundings in a collection of volunteer efforts from MTSU students, college and workers.

July 21, MTSU, Tennessee Tech researchers discover new bacteria
Middle Tennessee State University and Tennessee Technological University pupil and college researchers have found two new species of micro organism present in a cooling tower and hot tub in Putnam County, Tennessee.

August 7, Experiential Learning Opportunities in Ecology at MTSU
/watch?v=WR1IwlmpIf0Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology at Middle Tennessee State University R. Drew Sieg discusses the experiential learning alternatives that he is been growing for ecology students at MTSU. His honors college students partner with Murfreesboro Greenway System to research components impacting the environment.

Business Administration

March 5, MTSU business college students produce ‘stunning’ results in TVA Investment Challenge
MTSU enterprise majors completed the TVA Investment Challenge, proving their robust market evaluation expertise.

October 19, Pandemic opens door for MTSU business college students to compete in nationwide Fed Challenge
MTSU organized a staff for the National College Fed Challenge during which college students created a presentation on “Monetary Policy Amidst Uncertainty and Inequality through the COVID-19 Pandemic” with the help of MTSU’s Center for Educational Media.

January 15, JA Finance Park features MTSU room to help educate college students financial literacy
The Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee situated on Powell Place in Nashville works to teach financial literacy to secondary students. MTSU represents larger training within the finance park simulation.

August 7, MTSU cuts ribbon on professional sales lab to coach enterprise majors [+VIDEO]
/mel-adams-lab-ribbon-cutting/The Jones College of Business has opened the Mel Adams State Farm Agent Sales Lab to allow college students in the Professional Selling focus to expertise real-world gross sales scenarios.

June thirteen, Dale Carnegie Training honors MTSU’s Urban with Global Leadership Award
MTSU Professor David Urban earned the Global Leadership Award from Dale Carnegie Training Worldwide offered to him by Joe Hart, the group’s president and CEO.

December 22, MTSU business college students tout value of hands-on internship experience
A group of MTSU college students earned the chance to intern with Hytch, a ride-sharing service app.

May 12, [WATCH] MTSU college students pitch ideas for seed cash at biz plan finals
/biz-plan-finals-2016-video/MTSU college students displayed their concepts at the 2016 Business Plan Competition Finals, in which over $20,000 in prizes had been awarded to college students.

November 11, MTSU enterprise students become academics in ‘flipped classroom’ (+VIDEO)
/exl-management-flipped-classroom/Dr. Jackie Gilbert uses Experiential Learning methods to make her students the academics throughout the classroom.

May 14, MTSU launches ‘icon’ of study-abroad studying through pc
In some faculty courses, finding out overseas doesn’t require a passport, a visa or perhaps a suitcase. For the first time, MTSU students loved simultaneous cyberspace communication with college students in one other nation in Dr. John Lipinski’s Strategic Management class.


June 28, Project SEED helps Central Magnet student get jump-start on future career
A native highschool scholar participated in Project SEED sponsored by the American Chemical Society. This program offered hands-on scientific experiences in analysis labs across the nation, together with MTSU’s.

May 15, International Liquid Chemistry Research Project launches at MTSU
A unique partnership between Middle Tennessee State University and the Centre of Molecular and Macromolecular Studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences will allow MTSU undergraduate college students to work together every day with European scientists as the students conduct National Science Foundation-funded analysis on liquid crystals.

Child & Family Studies

January 28, MTSU departments are ‘United for ALICE’ in addressing native social needs
/united-way-social-work-human-sciences-alice-jan2022/MTSU’s Department of Social Work and Department of Human Sciences partnered with the United Way and the League of Women Voters to boost assist and consciousness of families above the poverty line, but nonetheless experiencing economic difficulties.

November eight, Literacy Nights assist MTSU training students put books in arms of youngsters, families
In the Experiential Learning Language and Literacy course, college students participated in local Literacy Nights to supply students and families with a complimentary meal and books supplied by Read to Succeed.

July 13, Social work adjunct helps college students adapt to pandemic challenges, study abilities for future
Trish Hyes, a social work and adjunct professor at MTSU, found a way to nonetheless create hands-on studying alternatives for social work students all through the pandemic.

May 24, ‘It takes a village’ to have interaction students with high-impact, inclusive educating
Carmelita Dotson, a lecturer within the Department of Social Work, makes use of her courses to send students out into the Murfreesboro neighborhood.

April 14, MTSU college students provide youngsters, elders some Good Friday ‘egg-citement’
Some MTSU students will try to make Good Friday an even better Friday for some native kids and their elders. The 26 students of Stephanie Bush’s Aging Health and Development Class will host an Easter egg hunt at 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 18, at Stones River Manor, a senior living community at 205 Haynes Drive in Murfreesboro.

Communication Studies

December 10, MTSU students assist Spanish speakers speak to shoppers about domestic violence
MTSU Spanish translation students aided the YWCA’s Shear Haven Initiative in making a script for an internet coaching for cosmetologists to recognize signs of domestic violence.

May 20, MTSU’s debate staff tops nation whereas adjusting to pandemic situations
The MTSU debate staff competed with different faculties in an online format to position first in the nation.

December 2, MTSU students assist native, world artists promote peace on UN’s day for folks with disabilities [+VIDEO]
MTSU speech, dance, and communication students worked to have fun and encourage peace by way of a partnership with Borderless Arts, an organization that helps artwork programs for individuals with disabilities.

November 5, Talented young Tennesseans compete in virtual live performance with MTSU students’ assist [+VIDEO]
Borderless Arts and MTSU college students worked to showcase vocalists and musicians within the annual Borderless Arts Tennessee Young Soloist Competition.

December 10, With transfers, newcomers, MTSU’s debate group continues profitable ways
The MTSU Debate Team continues to impress as they take part in tournaments in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Knoxville, as well as MTSU’s personal event.

May 25, MTSU Lifelong Learning Program continues to develop, educate group [+VIDEO]
The College of Liberal Arts introduced its lifelong Learning Program for the fifth 12 months in a row.

April 30, MTSU offers hands-on, accelerated overseas language classes at summer time institute
/cala-summer-institute-2018/The Center for Accelerated Language Acquisition holds its 15th annual Summer Language Institute.

April COMM 2200 Students associate with Mike Helms of Bridges
Mike of Bridges visits COMM 2200 Class
A group of scholars from Lori Kissinger’s COMM 2200 course enhanced their communication abilities by planning a presentation for their EXL project. Students partnered with Mike Helms of Bridges, who’s deaf, to offer a lecture on tips on how to talk with the deaf.

March 15, COMM 2200 Students Participate in World Speech Day
COMM 2200 Students Participate in World Speech Day
In Lori Kissinger’s speech lessons, college students have been linked to people all around the globe for World Speech Day on March 15.

March thirteen, Speech Students Host St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Speech Students Host St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Students in Lori Kissinger’s COMM 2200 Fundamentals of Communication class obtained the chance to host a Saint Patrick’s Day get together for young adults with disabilities.

February 20, VSA Tennessee’s Young Soloist Competition set for Feb. 22 at MTSU
Students enrolled in Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities course have once once more successfully handled the logistics of Very Special Arts (VSA) Tennessee’s Young Soloist Competition.

February 1, 2017-Speech Students Raise Money at ‘Souper Bowl’
Souper Bowl
Students in Lori Kissinger’s COMM 2200 speech classes acquired the opportunity to assist others in want by way of an occasion known as the “Souper Bowl.”

February MTSU Students worked with VSA Tennessee Assisting Young People with Disabilities
COMM 2200 Tea Caddies Project
A group of Lori Kissinger’s COMM 2200 EXL college students worked with various younger people with disabilities at MTSU in February. Under the path of Lauren Rudd, in Human Sciences, the young college students have been assisted in making tea caddies. The tea caddies are a part of the Teapot Diplomats program of VSA TN. This collaboration across disciplines allowed students to work together to learn VSA Tennessee, which supplies alternatives for younger folks with disabilities to participate in and categorical themselves through the humanities and humanities education.

November 10, MTSU Speech Students Help Make Costumes for a Great Cause
MTSU Students Help Make Costumes for a Great Cause
Middle Tennessee State University Fundamentals of Communication college students lately teamed up with VSA Tennessee and Project 22 to help individuals with disabilities make costumes.

April sixteen, Be Irish For A Day Festival
The Ambassadors of VSA Tennessee is a pupil organization primarily based at Middle Tennessee State University. This group of students organized in order to assist VSA Tennessee as volunteers with their occasions, but in addition to prepare occasions on the campus of MTSU for folks with disabilities and that might assist create a better understanding and acceptance of disabilities.

April 9, MTSU Blue Raider Debate team hosts nationwide tourney
The MTSU Blue Raider Debate group is hosting the International Public Debate Association’s National Championship Tournament and Convention for schools and universities this week.

December 12, Young artists’ ornaments now shine beside national tree
The hand-painted ornaments created by 24 younger artists from throughout Tennessee at an MTSU workshop now adorn the particular state tree standing alongside the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C., this holiday season.

December 10, Blue Raider Debate Team wraps up strong semester
The MTSU Blue Raider Debate Team has represented the university well in latest months, wrapping up fall semester competitors final week at Mississippi College.

November 14, 2013-EXL students plan Nov. 16 occasion to learn MTSU Student Food Pantry
A Small Group Communication Experiential Learning Course (EXL) is permitting MTSU college students to have some fun, assist the campus neighborhood whereas additionally instructing them the means to communicate with one another in a optimistic and productive method.

November 3, Team News
Coach Richey entered college students from his Comm 3210 Argumentation course as a part of the Experiential Learning (EXL) project.

October 22, MTSU Students Help Artists Decorate National Christmas Tree
MTSU speech and organizational communications college students helped 24 younger artists from across the state create ornaments Oct. 21 for Tennessee’s 2013 nationwide Christmas tree in Washington, D.C., and masks for an upcoming Legislative Plaza show in Nashville.

December 17, Students assist with particular performance at Parthenon
/golden-ratio-project/MTSU students performed a component in a latest arts efficiency that may quickly be on exhibit throughout Tennessee and will ultimately travel to Athens, Greece, for an international arts education trade.

Early Childhood Education
November 17, Early Childhood Education college students full Grant Project
Early Childhood Education Project
Jane Seok Jeng Lim’s Infant and Toddler Practicum college students used an EXL Grant to purchase materials for a Make N Take session with households in the Infant Toddler Class at MTSU.

June 19, Nissan employees donate vanload of supplies to ACE Learning Center
As interim director of the early childhood training facility on MTSU’s campus, Ridgley was thrilled to see the excited group of staff from Nissan’s Smyrna plant unload three skids of needed supplies June 18— napkins, paper towels, moist wipes, paper cups, cleansing supplies and different comparable gadgets.

February 28, 2014-MTSU educators be part of the enjoyable to ‘Read Across America’ March 3-6
Several members of the MTSU neighborhood will take time out of their busy schedules to learn to preschoolers next week. They will participate in “Read Across America” Monday, March 3, by way of Thursday, March 6, at MTSU’s Child Development Center, positioned at 820 Fairview Ave. in Murfreesboro.

October 17, 2012-Child Care Lab
Preschoolers have fun and students get experiential studying at the MTSU while the toddlers’ parents work and research.

Electronic Media Arts

January 18, Baldwin Gallery artists gather online to debate work in ‘Shaping Identity’ exhibit

Five artists gathered for a public panel dialogue to present their artwork displayed within the Baldwin Photographic Gallery at MTSU.

May four, MTSU senior projects lead student showcase at Baldwin Photo Gallery exhibit
Three college students from the College of Media and Entertainment may have their work showcased on the Baldwin Photographic Gallery within the annual Student photography Show.

March 30, Live concert lets MTSU college students, departments collaborate for pro expertise
MTSU college students from the College of Media and Entertainment and the College of Liberal Arts received the opportunity to prepare and execute a stay live performance for CeCe Coakley and Briston maroney.

March 19, Professors encourage group to take risks for student-led COVID campaign
Matt Taylor and Leslie Haines, from the College of Media and Entertainment, organized a student-led marketing campaign to encourage masks and social distancing in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 9, MTSU helps host, produce new music video for Reba McEntire, Cody Johnson [+VIDEO]
MTSU college students and alumni recently helped produce a new music video for Reba McEntire and Cody Johnson’s new single “Dear Rodeo.”

November 20, MTSU Media Arts college students work pink carpet, telecast at 53rd CMA Awards
/media-arts-students-cma-awards-fall19/MTSU college students from the Department of Media Arts worked the 53rd annual Country Music Awards as both expertise manufacturing assistants at Bridgestone Arena or on the purple carpet for show manufacturing.

June thirteen, MTSU reopens its ‘Bonnaroo Campus’ studying lab for sixth year in a row [+VIDEO]
For the sixth yr in a row, MTSU College of Media and Entertainment students lined the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival as a group of multimedia communicators.

April 8, MTSU media students enjoy ‘incredible opportunity’ to be taught at 2019 ACM Awards [+VIDEO]
/acm-awards-2019-wrapup/MTSU students and school used the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards as a learning lab for the second 12 months.

April 3, MTSU returns to ACM Awards for student studying lab, celebration of alumni nominees
Pete Fisher, an MTSU alumnus and the chief govt officer for the Academy of Country Music Awards, has offered students with the chance to use the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards as a hands-on learning experience.

November 21, 2018 – MTSU EXL professor and college students work with CMA Awards
Robert Gordon had eleven of his students function talent production assistants throughout rehearsals for the CMA Awards and the telecast on the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville.

July eleven, MTSU Innovation J-Camp provides highschool students snapshot of future media careers [+VIDEO]
Fifteen college students attended a week-long camp to be taught the ins and outs of multimedia journalism along with the College of Media and Entertainment.

June 10, 2018 – MTSU EXL students return to Bonnaroo 2018 Day 4
/bonnaroo-2018-day-4/At the manufacturing truck alone, 14 students, together with six undergraduate video majors, five undergraduate audio majors and three graduate audio majors, and 4 school and employees from the media college labored on the truck for five days, including setup.

June 9, 2018 – MTSU EXL college students return to Bonnaroo 2018 Day three
/bonnaroo-2018-day-3/At Bonnaroo, the scholars labored in concert with each knowledgeable third-party sound-reinforcement firm that initiatives the performance to the viewers, as nicely as managed MTSU’s onsiteMobile Production Lab, which is captured video shot by college students and audio recorded and mixed by MTSU Professor, Michael Fleming’s group.

June eight, 2018 – MTSU EXL college students return to Bonnaroo 2018 Day 2
/bonnaroo-2018-day-2/Students from three of the college’s departments have been represented at this year’s Bonnaroo: Video and film manufacturing and pictures majors from the Department of Media Arts and audio production majors from the Department of Recording Industry. As properly as multimedia majors from the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.

June 7, 2018 – MTSU EXL students return to Bonnaroo 2018 Day 1
/bonnaroo-2018-day-one/Most of the scholars on the pageant are enrolled in credit-bearing courses primarily based upon their Bonnaroo experiences.

June eleven, Bonnaroo 2017 wrap: Experience for MTSU students ‘can’t be beat’ [+VIDEO]
MTSU video, movie, and audio college students worked to seize 15 live shows at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

April 20, MTSU entertains public, fights starvation at April 24 ‘End of Semester Show’
MTSU’s entertainment group is coming collectively Monday, April 24, for an “End of Semester Show” aimed at showcasing campus expertise and business partnerships with a watch towards serving to hungry fellow students, too!

June 10, MTSU at Bonnaroo: Gordon keeps MTSU students truckin’
/mtsu-bonnaroo-2016/For MTSU digital media communications professor Robert Gordon, his role in teaching students working right here is all about capturing the essence of “the Roo.”

August 19, MTSU Out of the Blue revisits Bonnaroo – August 2015
In this episode of “Out of the Blue” we talk with Dean Ken Paulson and school from MTSU’s newly named College of Media and Entertainment. From their students’ recent work behind-the-scenes at the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, to the renaming of one of MTSU’s most well known and nationally revered schools reflecting the model new age of communication, it’s all here in our August 2015 episode.

June eleven, MTSU college students get ‘real-world coaching’ at Bonnaroo
Amanda Pierce is considered one of hundreds of students taking a class this summer season at Middle Tennessee State University.But not like most, her classroom is behind one of many phases at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, where she is serving as scholar production manager for the MTSU Mobile Production Lab.

February 23, 2015 – MTSU professor examines ‘Orange is the New Black’ in lecture
/bratten-oitnb-lecture-2015/EXL Professor, Dr. Clare Bratten, a professor in the Department of Electronic Media Communication, will current “Orange is the New Black: How We Talk About the Show” at three p.m. Feb. 26 in Room one hundred of the James Union Building.

October eight, MTSU studies business of Bonnaroo with help from organizers
Bonnaroo began as a approach to reinvigorate out of doors music festivals, its organizers stated Wednesday, Oct. 8, at MTSU, and over the last 13 years has used its business mannequin to embrace and increase on the identical peaceable, inclusive culture of the events that inspired it.

June 13, Bonnaroo gives MTSU students multimedia expertise
MTSU students John Coulston and Kimi Thompson are enjoying this year’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival from a singular vantage level.

May 29, MTSU student staff nabs national award for sports activities protection
/emc-productions-csma-2014-win/MTSU’s student manufacturing staff has taken a top nationwide award for his or her reside broadcast protection of a January men’s basketball matchup inside Murphy Center.

April four, MTSU College of Mass Communication teams with Bonnaroo
MTSU’s College of Mass Communication and the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival have entered into a partnership that can help college students better understand the dynamics of one of the world’s most successful entertainment events.

November 26, MTSU college students lend abilities to C-USA volleyball broadcasts
The 2013 Conference USA Volleyball Championship showcased more than simply the top C-USA teams and gamers at MTSU’s Alumni Memorial Gym final weekend.

October 29, Students convey expertise behind scenes at ‘Freedom Sings’
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The experience MTSU college students acquire whereas working behind the scenes at events like the Newseum Institute’s “Freedom Sings” celebration at Nashville’s Bluebird Café Tuesday night time is far more than digital camera angles and lighting.

June 28, MTSU honored for Capitol Street Party, other collaborations
MTSU’s Nashville partnerships, including its work with Capitol Records and Metro Nashville colleges, received prime honors from the Tennessee College Public Relations Association, the university announced Friday.

May sixteen, MTSU students create media for foreign language nonprofit
MTSU college students enrolled in Professor Clare Bratten’s Seminar in Media Issues class took their abilities from the classroom to the actual world this spring by creating a media marketing campaign for the Tennessee Foreign Language Institute.

March 25, 2013-Project Real Students Helps Those in Need
Project Real Students Helps Those in Need
Middle Tennessee State University’s spring Project Real experiential studying class has offered to help native enterprise, Journey’s in Community Living, with web and promotional content material.

January 16, Street Cred
Fifty three MTSU students gained a wide range of experiences on Nashville’s Lower Broadway masking artists corresponding to Luke Bryan, Jon Pardi, and Kelleigh Bannen.

December 5, Mass comm students ‘shoot’ for stars with CMT.com videos
The work of MTSU mass communication students could be seen now on Country Music Television’s web site in a series of music videos for a rising artist.

April 21, Metro academies take 1st place in video-awards competitors
The Academy of International Business and Communications at Hillsboro High School acquired “Best in Show” honors, as well as 4 different top awards, on April 21 in a Metro Nashville Public Schools video-awards competitors sponsored by MTSU.

September 22, Capitol Street Party options MTSU onstage, behind the scenes
/capitol-street-party-features-mtsu/MTSU college students were a significant part of the “show behind the show” as the college partnered with Capitol Records at the “Capitol Street Party” on Nashville’s Music Row Sept. 21.

May 9, p.1 EMC Productions will get rolling
“EMC Productions” is the official name of the student-run manufacturing firm within the College of Mass Communication at MTSU, yet one more field where experiential learning—hands-on learning—is becoming a tradition.

Elementary & Special Education

April 12, ‘Saddle Up’ for drive-thru enjoyable — and fundraising — with MTSU’s ACE Learning Center
The ACE Learning Center, a half of MTSU’s College of Education, participated in the annual Saddle Up fundraiser with the creation of a drive-thru version.

August 23, Hands-On, Minds-On: MTeach students analysis know-how as a studying software
MTeach students visited local school rooms to observe the mixing of recent technology-based programs.

March four, Marvin Wright takes families to the celebs
/news/ /marvin-wright-takes-families-to-starsMarvin Wright Elementary School opened its doors to friends and family final week for an evening under the stars on the school’s annual household night celebration.

March 7, EXL grant extends the impact of household literacy nights
/exl/pdf/EXL-News-Release .pdf
READ4015 is a six hour course designed to introduce instructor candidates in the Elementary & Special Education licensure programs to the concepts of language and literacy. An integral part of the course is field experiences in elementary and center colleges, and this includes a concerted effort to introduce trainer candidates to the school group at large by way of collaborating in Family Literacy Nights.

Tennessee Girls in STEM

April eleven, th annual math-science event at MTSU abuzz with difficult STEM actions, motivation [+VIDEO]
The twenty fifth annual Tennessee Girls in STEM Conference at MTSU welcomed over 175 center school and high school girls to take part in quite lots of workshops on campus.

February thirteen, Girls reign at MTSU math, science event [+VIDEO]
MTSU held the twenty first Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference for center college and highschool women looking for hands-on expertise in math and science.

October 23, Girls find profession choices during 20th STEM event at MTSU
Keynote speaker Dr. Rhea Seddon didn’t understand it on the time, but her words were instantly aimed toward Zeina Ahmad and doubtless dozens extra women attending the 20th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference at MTSU.

June 22, Registration underway for Oct. 22 math-science event for women at MTSU
Registration has begun for the 20th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science at MTSU, and center school and highschool girls ought to act early to safe their place.

August 22, Seddon returns to EYH for STEM keynote; register by Aug. 25
Dr. Rhea Sheddon, a 19-year NASA veteran, joined the EYH convention at MTSU because the keynote speaker for the second time. Dr. Seddon was the keynote speaker on the first EYH conference in 1997 and now returns to campus for the 20th EYH convention.

September 21, Girls’ STEM conference at MTSU brings hands-on studying (+VIDEO)
Kate Colson and Kelly Perry offered their keynote addresses on the seventeenth annual Expanding Your Horizons event for middle college and highschool ladies.

August 13, Girls’ STEM occasion features dog trainers, exercise for folks
Two ladies who train dogs for competitions, plus a particular activity for up to 30 adults, might be featured in the course of the nineteenth annual Expanding Your Horizons in math and science event for ladies Saturday, Sept. 26, at MTSU.

March 12, MTSU, Nissan spark minds at Microsoft Digigirlz event
/microsoft-digigirlz-2015-video-2/Nissan partnered with MTSU and Microsoft lately to host the Microsoft DigiGirlz math-science women event at Nissan’s North America headquarters. The Feb. 28 event was attended by one hundred twenty five Midstate high school girls to supply them with a greater understanding of what a profession in expertise is all about.

September 20, Curiosity reigns during 18th annual MTSU math, science convention
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 Math and Science Conference at MTSU

– May 30, Registration underway now for Sept. 20 girls’ math-science occasion
With registration already underway, center college and high school ladies ought to act early to secure their spot within the 2014 Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics Conference at MTSU.

July 3, MTSU senior SURFs into summer time forensic-science research
/morgan-summer-research-fellowship/An MTSU senior is SURF-ing by way of samples of physique fluids this summer in a research project that can finally assist her help investigators of their quests to unravel crimes.

February 21, MTSU tech occasion for girls provides hands-on enjoyable
For Mary Neall of Bradyville, Tenn., the Friday, Feb. 21 visit to MTSU could have been a career-changing experience. And you need to surprise what number of of her teenage friends felt the identical method after attending the primary Engineering Technology Girl Day.

February thirteen, 2014-Deadline looms for DigiGirlz high-tech event in Franklin
DigiGirlz Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 1, in Franklin, Tenn., and has a Tuesday, Feb. 25, deadline for highschool girls to register.

September 23, 2013-Expanding Your Horizons: MTSU’s seventeenth STEM Conference for ladies
The 17th annual Expanding Your Horizons in mathematics and science convention at MTSU on Sept. 21 gave women a hands-on perspective of science, know-how, engineering and math, or STEM fields.

– September 21, Girls’ STEM conference at MTSU brings hands-on learning
Marketing manager Kate Colson showed her ardour for technology. Oak Ridge National Laboratory researcher Kelly Perry showed a “sweet” facet of science. And following their keynote addresses to women and younger women attending the 17th annual Expanding Your Horizons in mathematics and science conference Sept. 21 at MTSU, the 268 attendees gained a brand new hands-on perspective of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, careers.

– July 29, Registration underway for girls’ Sept. 21 math-science occasion
Registration is underway for girls to attend the 2013 MTSU Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics convention.

January 25, 2013-GRITS conference Feb. 6-8 at MTSU to spur women in science
The 2013 Girls Raised in Tennessee Science Collaborative Project Annual Conference will be held Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 6-8, in MTSU’s Tom H. Jackson Building.

September 24, STEM occasion creates career choices for 400-plus ladies
At least one highschool scholar — and sure many others — added a possible career path to her list of choices through the sixteenth annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference Sept. 22 at MTSU.

August thirteen, p. three EXL college students might help EYH women agree: ‘math is fun!’
…the organizers behind this fall’s eleventh annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science program want women in fifth via eighth grades to know that math and science could be challenging and attention-grabbing, as properly as fun.

July 30, p. 3 Guiding younger math, science whizzes can earn course credit
There is a model new service-learning class obtainable via the Experiential Learning department for fall 2007. MTSU students can earn one hour pass/fail credit score by serving as group leaders with middle-school girls with the Expanding Your Horizons, or EYH, convention within the EXL 2010 or3010 Group Leaders class.

Experiential Learning Professors

October 25, Civic Duty: Mary Evins fights for the right for all residents to engage in American democracy
Mary Evins, a research professor of History at MTSU and coordinator for the American Democracy Project, works to make voting simpler and more accessible to citizens.

October 20, MTSU students, school share math, science at Tennessee STEAM competition
/mtsu-participates-in-steam-festival-2021/A number of MTSU faculty and college students participated in the fifth annual Tennessee STEAM Festival, which highlights science, expertise, engineering, artwork and math.

June 24, University Honors professor proud of students’ dedication, exhausting work during pandemic
/dr-mary-evins-faculty-profile/Dr. Mary Evins involves her Civic Engagement students by taking them to vote during an election year, adopted by a gaggle lunch at an area restaurant.

June 11, Religious Studies professor empowers college students via senior capstone
Dr. Jenna Gray-Hildenbrand, an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, uses experiences in various communities to additional her non secular research college students.

May 17, MT Engage professor helps students gather, arrange work in English classes
/knox-mt-engage-profiles-english//knox-on-the-record-june2021/Alvin Knox uses his literature and writing courses to supply hands-on studying experiences.

December 9, Aerospace associate professor conjures up students in ‘pursuit of wisdom’
Dr. Nate Callendar, an associate professor in the Department of Aerospace, discusses how he has remained a gentle influence to students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 9, MTSU Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Sheehan-Smith, Dietetics
Dr. Lisa Seehan-Smith, a Nutrition and Food Science professor, has worked for MTSU for over 20 years. Her students will experience the MTSU Creamery and Dairy Farm as a part of her experiential learning focus.

October 1, MTSU has featured role in Tennessee STEAM Festival events
/state-steam-festival-features-mtsu-2019/The third annual STEAM event brings in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math to young students locally at both the MTSU campus and other venues within the state.

August 20, MTSU names Distinguished, Young Alumni, True Blue Citations of Distinction honorees
/mtsu-names distinguished-young-alumni-true-blue-citations-of-distinction-honorees/.
MTSU awarded Pat Duke the Distinguished Alumni Award for his ongoing musical profession. LaShan Dixon obtained the Young Alumni Achievement Award and Odie Blackmon, Jo Ann Hood,and Ladawna Parham received True Blue Citations of Distinction.

September 2, MTSU Faculty Spotlight: Lara Daniel, Business Law
/mtsu-faculty-spotlight-lara-daniel-business-law/Lara Daniel, a professor of business legislation and assistant dean for assessment within the Jones College of enterprise, recommends students take advantage of study overseas packages, which she believes is the ultimate experiential learning alternative.

June 12, MTSU EXL Institute hails learning-by-doing by honoring main school
Diane Edmondson, Lori Kissinger, Todd O’Neill, Laura Buckner, and Jane Lim had been awarded Outstanding Faculty Awards for his or her roles in the Experiential studying Program.

April 24, 2018 – MTSU professor and scholar both earn statewide community service awards
/thec-2018-love-awards/MTSU Professor, Dr. John Vile, and pupil, Robert L. Owen, are two of 10 statewide recipients of the 2018 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Awards.

April 5, 2018 – MTSU professor receives excessive national honor in enterprise training
/hemby-nbea-award-spr18/MTSU business schooling professor, Dr. Virginia Hemby, has obtained one of many highest nationwide honors her self-discipline can bestow, The John Robert Gregg Award presented by McGraw-Hill Education.

September 14, MTSU Faculty Spotlight: Kent Syler, Political Science
Kent Syler, a professor of political science and the Special Projects Coordinators for the Al Gore Research Center, believes experiential learning methods will help college students succeed each in and out of the classroom.

August 25, 2017 – EXL professors earn MTSU Foundation Awards
/smith-career-achievement-award-2017/The annual presentation of the MTSU Foundation Awards were introduced at the university’s Fall Faculty assembly to recognize, celebrate, and reward college college members for his or her accomplishments inside and out of doors the classroom.

May 23, MTSU student government honors Syler with Distinguished Service Award
Kent Syler, an assistant professor of political science, received the John T. Bragg Distinguished Service Award for his contributions to the Student Government Association.

May 15, MTSU’s EXL Program honors three with outstanding school awards
Odie Blackmon, Dr. Tricia Farwell, and Dr. Lauren Rudd had been acknowledged with the 2016 Outstanding EXL Faculty Award for offering students with hands-on learning experiences.

July 1, 2016 – EXL chemistry professor earns national award for service
/iriarte-gross-national-award/Dr. Judith Iriarte-Gross earned the American Chemical Society’s E. Ann Nalley Southeastern Regional Award for Volunteer Service and is included within the 2016 class of the American Chemical Society Fellows for her outstanding achievements in and contributions to science and her career.

September 7, 2016-Judith Iriarte-Gross and Garon Smith Honored with Bennett Awards
Judith Iriarte-Gross Bennett Award
MTSU Chemistry and Physical Science professor Dr. Judith Iriarte-Gross acquired the William E. Bennett award. She was honored this award as a end result of her involvement in the SENCER neighborhood. The SENCER models are curricular approaches to improving science learning and supporting engagement with advanced points. Through the “lens” of a matter or set of issues of public consequence, a SENCER model course or program teaches science that is both challenging and rigorous.

September 2, ‘MTSU On the Record’ celebrates U.S. Constitution with civil rights activist
A pivotal figure in civil rights progress in Middle Tennessee shared her legacy on a latest “MTSU On the Record” radio program upfront of her Constitution Day 2016 go to to campus.

July 21, MTSU, Tennessee Tech researchers uncover new bacteria
Middle Tennessee State University and Tennessee Technological University pupil and faculty researchers have found two new species of bacteria present in a cooling tower and sizzling tub in Putnam County, Tennessee.

July 7, ‘MTSU On the Record’ visitor considers jazz’s effect on fashion, tradition
The influence of avant-garde jazz on five a long time of fashion was the subject of a current “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

July 5, Veteran MTSU professor earns national chemistry distinction
/veteran-mtsu-professor-earns-national-chemistry-distinction-cms-33696″This award recognizes Dr. Gross for her service to the American Chemical Society as nicely as her achievements in educating and analysis,” Fischer mentioned. “Such awards additionally serve as additional proof of the quality of college who have chosen to invest their careers in Middle Tennessee State University and the scholars and public that this university serves.”

June 21, Youngsters achieve goat insights at MTSU camp in livestock middle
Temperatures hovered around the 90-degree mark outside the Tennessee Livestock Center. Inside, where air-con made it fairly snug, more than 40 children from throughout Tennessee spent the complete day Tuesday, June 21, learning techniques in regards to the care of goats and getting concepts for exhibiting them in competitions from professionals.

November eleven, MTSU Faculty Senate president appointed to state Board of Regents
Farwell, an associate professor of journalism and president of the Faculty Senate, was nominated by President Sidney A. McPhee and Provost Brad Bartel this summer season. Gov. Bill Haslam appointed her in July to a one-year time period as faculty regent.

August three, MTSU faculty discuss ‘Money in Politics’ at League of Women Voters occasion
A pair of MTSU school members will lead a timely discussion on “Money in Politics” on Tuesday, Aug. 11, on the Heritage Center of Murfreesboro, situated simply off the Public Square at 225 W. College St.

June 29, ‘MTSU On the Record’ discusses spiritual plurality in curriculum
Exploring non secular range amongst students who’ve not had alternatives to take action earlier than coming into college was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

June 25, Faculty Focus: Dr. Joey Gray teaches recreation, sport with high power
Dr. Joey Gray, an affiliate professor of sport and tourism, discusses her devotion to the classroom and her passion for advising.

April 21, New $120K grant for MTSU will enhance examine of spiritual range
MTSU will use a $120,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to will assist greater schooling college improve their students’ understanding of various cultures.

June 25, Faculty Focus: Dr. Joey Gray teaches recreation, sport with high energy
For the media theorist Marshall McLuhan, the medium was the message. For leisure, sport and tourism affiliate professor Joey Gray, the motivation is the message.

May 26, MTSU professor taps into expertise to help blind student with statistics
How can a completely blind faculty scholar pass a statistics class, which requires students to understand such visual items as graphs and charts? Dr. Stuart Bernstein, a professor of psychology at MTSU, found ways to assist rising senior James Boehm of Memphis, Tennessee, in his Statistics 2030 class in the fall 2014 semester.

May 8, MTSU ‘honor flights’ convey smiles to veterans, relations
Eight veterans who served their nation with pride obtained an airplane ride they’ll cherish the rest of their lives Wednesday (May 6).

April 30, Jill Austin recipient of ATHENA International Award
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Jill Austin, an MTSU professor, Thursday evening received the ATHENA management award at ceremonies at Stones River Country Club.

April 26, Professor promotes science, technology studies for girls
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Middle Tennessee State University chemistry professor Judith Iriarte-Gross has spent her profession encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, expertise, engineering and math.

March 16, MTSU college share information on journalism, style, social media
MTSU faculty consultants lately shared their data of journalism, trend and social media with varied nationwide media shops.

February 20, 2015-MTSU professor brings ‘Kennewick Man’ to life in guide about discovery
An MTSU professor’s contribution to a model new book has helped alter the discussion in regards to the origins of humankind on the North American continent.

January 12, ‘MTSU On the Record’ horses round with citrus-pulp vitamin idea
A latest edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program dug into the feedbag looking for attention-grabbing developments in equine nutrition.

October 1, Oct. 3-4 present brings youths, 300 goats to MTSU Livestock Center
Middle Tennessee State University will host the fourth annual Heart of Tennessee Junior Meat Goat Classic that will bring 75 boys and girls from across Tennessee to campus.

September sixteen, In the News: MTSU college weigh in on crime, politics, farming
MTSU faculty proceed to share information and expertise with nationwide and international audiences, most just lately on topics of crime, politics and farming.

August 25, 2014 – MTSU accounting professor honored at Fall Faculty Meeting
Dr. Paula Thomas was honored as the thirteenth recipient of the Career Achievement Award during MTSU’s Fall Faculty assembly at Tucker Theatre, together with a number of other professors.

August eleven, ‘MTSU Magazine’ touts MTSU role in historic preservation nationwide
Caroll Van West, an MTSU professor and state historian, discusses the importance of historic preservation. West can also be the director of the Center for Historic Preservation.

July 22, WGNS options Confucius Institute, ‘Happiness’ exhibit, equine remedy
MTSU school and staff once more shared their experience with listeners of WGNS radio through the July 21 “Action Line” program with veteran host Bart Walker.

July 3, No kidding: Youngsters expertise 1st MTSU Goat Camp
The back of their MTSU blue T-shirts learn: BYOG (Bring Yer Own Goat). Thirty-six youth from across the state brought their very own goats and realized extra about making ready them for competition at the first Goat Camp Tuesday, June 24, within the MTSU Tennessee Livestock Center.

May 19, 2014-MTSU chemistry professor earns ATHENA International Award
MTSU chemistry professor Judith Iriarte-Gross discovered herself “totally surprised” when her name was announced as the inaugural recipient of the ATHENA International Leadership Award.

April 26, Women of character, braveness, dedication celebrated at MTSU
MTSU put the wraps on its National Women’s History Month celebration Saturday by acknowledging area residents who get up for women’s rights.

March 18, 2014-New MTSU-created app gives police a crime-scene guidelines
The first moments at against the law scene can be critical to saving lives and ensuring justice, and now, due to an MTSU-led effort, a key to preserving the preliminary scene could be held in an officer’s hand.

October 27, Dead Men Do Tell Tales
The forensic anthropologist discusses the Tennessee Valley Corridor Forensics Symposium, which brings crime scene investigators from everywhere in the country to MTSU.

October 14, The (Not Quite) Lost World
One MTSU professor’s entry to materials culture—all we’ve left of prehistoric interactions—sheds light on early Tennessee commerce.

September MTSU Experts List
As of September 2013, Several Experiential Learning professors were recognized as experts in quite lots of topics.

April 18, Agriculture Business Society dunks professors for a trigger
MTSU student organizations typically hold bake sales to lift funds. The new Agriculture Business Society, nevertheless, held a joint bake sale and Dunk Your Professor occasion April 17 exterior the Stark Agribusiness and Agriscience Center.

March 28, Professors, state Veterans Home associate to give 3 vets flight
Three veterans loved a flight to remember Wednesday when MTSU partnered with the Tennessee State Veterans Home in Murfreesboro to fulfill their wish to return to the skies.

February 5, 2013 – EXL professor receives Silver Column Award
Dr. Judith Iriarte-Gross was introduced with the President’s Silver Column Award by Dr. McPhee. The award is designed to recognize workers who go above and past the decision of obligation and actually present their dedication to the college.

October 23, MTSU recognized for assist of employees in military
Those who volunteer to serve in our Guard and Reserve forces sacrifice a lot to secure our freedoms. Having the safety of understanding they’ve a job to return residence to makes serving their country a bit easier.

October 7, ‘MTSU On the Record’ will get ‘fresh’ with farmers in new partnership
An effort to get low-income residents to eat more healthy food was the subject of a current “MTSU On the Record” radio program with host Gina Logue.

September 7, 2012-Fischer relishes function as new fundamental and utilized sciences dean
Dr. Robert U. “Bud” Fischer became the fifth dean for the MTSU College of Basic and Applied Sciences June 1 following a national search. He changed Dr. Tom Cheatham, who stepped down to turn into director of the Tennessee Mathematics, Science and Technology Education Center on campus.

December 13, Curriculum-integration grants obtainable for faculty
/pcsw-grants-for-faculty/Tenured and tenure-track college at MTSU can apply till Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, for grants to assist integrate of women’s experiences and views into the curriculum.

August 26, McPhee says ‘exciting, historic times’ forward
/mcphee-says-exciting-historic-times-ahead-at-mtsu/Calling the start of MTSU’s second century in higher education “exciting and historic instances for our University,” President Sidney A. McPhee welcomed greater than 900 college members to the tutorial year today.

June 24, students make their transfer with FirstSTEP
Twenty MTSU rising sophomores participated on this year’s FirstSTEP Immersion program.

May 9, Professor’s efforts internet Read to Succeed honor
Dr. Terri Tharp, professor of elementary and particular schooling at MTSU, has been honored as Read to Succeed’s Volunteer of the Year Award for Family Literacy.
[newline]April 5, 2011-An internationally recognized professional in forensic science builds a powerhouse program at MTSU
It was bitterly cold and rising darkish -a horrible time to hunt for bones. But when Dr. Hugh Berryman obtained the decision that a child’s skull had been found close to Stones River National Battlefield, he knew he couldn’t wait for the luxurious of daylight. Soon, snow would blanket what was trying like a legal offense scene.

Experiential Learning Scholars Program

December 1, Newsweek names MTSU amongst ‘Best Maker Schools in Higher Education’
MTSU is known as one of the Best Maker Schools in Higher Education for its implementation of learning by doing. The Makerspace and the Experiential Learning Program are the university’s most notable for studying by doing.

June 15, A healthy start: MTSU alumni in prestigious medical and graduate faculties
MTSU alumni recount their time at MTSU and talk about the means it has enabled them to continue on into greater schooling.

November 23, Walker Library’s Makerspace keeps experiential learning safely in play
MTSU’s Makerspace has remained available to college students all through the COVID-19 pandemic to have the ability to promote hands-on learning.

February 12, Blackman Collegiate Academy juniors uncover MTSU offerings [+VIDEO]
A number of MTSU school members greet Blackman High School students to provide them a taste of the faculty campus.

August 2, MTSU college students honored for ‘learning by doing’ in recording, communication fields
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Katherine McCann and Ashton Prosser had been awarded the Outstanding EXL Student Award for his or her participation in the Experiential Learning Program.

August eight, 2018 – Outstanding EXL Student Award Academic Year
/outstanding-exl-students /Two MTSU graduates, Ashton Prosser and Katherine McCann, acknowledged for their distinctive achievements within the Experiential Learning Scholars Program.

EXL Program Honors Five Faculty for Academic Year
Outstanding Faculty 2018
MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program has recognized the hard work of 5 faculty members by presenting them with the Outstanding EXL Faculty Award.

Outstanding EXL Students 2017
Outstanding Students 2017MTSU’s Experiential Learning Scholars Program honors two Outstanding EXL Students for the academic yr.

EXL Program Salutes Three MTSU Students for Excellence/exl-student-awards-2016/
MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program has once more acknowledged three students for his or her accomplishments both in and out of the classroom. The Outstanding EXL Student Award is given yearly to students who hold a distinguished report of service within the EXL Scholars Program.

MTSU’S EXL Program Honors Three with Outstanding Faculty Awards
MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program has recognized the exhausting work of three college members by presenting them with the 2016 Outstanding EXL Faculty Award.

March 2, MTSU’s EXL Program recognizes three excellent neighborhood partners
The Experiential Learning Program at Middle Tennessee State University has as soon as once more presented a bunch of local organizations with its 2016 EXL Outstanding Community Partner Awards.

August 15, MTSU Students Represent MTSU at the 2013 APIEL Conference
APIEL Conference
Five college students enrolled in Mary Evins’s Civic Engagement and Survey of United States History programs travelled to the 2013 Appalachian Public Interest Environmental Law (APIEL) Conference, happening October at the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee.

March 9, Partner’s Magazine 2016 Vol. 1, No. 1
What’s new in Experiential Learning at Middle Tennessee State University. Inside: a have a glance at a cooperative program between the Horse Science program and Veterans, MTSU’s partnership with TDEC, and heaps of extra examples of MTSU students participating in their neighborhood.

December 21, MTSU EXL program acknowledges outstanding companions
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MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program has honored a bunch of group partners for his or her help in providing students with sensible, hands-on experiences that permit them to place their knowledge to work.

October 6, 2015 – President McPhee wins national award for experiential schooling
/past-winners_burkeDr. McPhee wins the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) William M. Burke Presidential Award for his work and dedication to rising the alternatives for all students to engage in experiential learning.

January 28, The ABCs of MTSU’s Quest for Student Success
The ABC’s of how MTSU is working to extend retention and commencement rates amongst college students.

June 11, Experiential learning program at MTSU
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A program meant to help educators tie experiential studying to their lecture rooms is scheduled to happen Wednesday at Middle Tennessee State University, based on a college announcement.

June 5, MTSU to host institute for educators on ‘experiential learning’
Registration is open for an upcoming daylong institute at Middle Tennessee State University for community faculty and college educators interested in incorporating experiential studying ideas into their school rooms.

June four, MTSU EXL Program selects high college students, school, administrator
MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program wrapped up the newest educational yr by honoring the top college students, school and administrator who demonstrated excellence through their participation in and support of the hands-on curriculum program.

May 19, MTSU indicators pact with South Korean sports activities science academy
MTSU’s College of Behavioral and Health Sciences has entered an trade agreement with a South Korean secondary faculty that specializes in sports activities science.

April 2, MTSU students discover new avenues with civics facet of science
This spring semester at MTSU, freshman Katie Inman finds herself being a multimedia journalism major taking an honors physical science class. Many of the opposite class members usually are not science majors either. However, all of them have had their eyes and minds opened to SENCER — or Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities — by professor Judith Iriarte-Gross and, most just lately, two invited visitors.

January 20, p. 9 News and Information from the President: EXL
The Experiential Learning program gives students practical experience in real-world environments associated to their fields of study.

December 23, ‘MTSU On the Record’ focuses on finding funds for study-abroad trips
The College of Liberal Arts in January will start offering five scholarships of up to $500 each for experiential studying activities to liberal arts majors.

November 17, Middle Tennessee State University Faculty Share the SENCER Approach with Colleagues
On Wednesday, November twelfth, Drs. Judith Iriarte-Gross, Drew Sieg, and Keying Ding, together with the Experiential Learning Scholars Program (EXL) offered “Implementing Civic Engagement and Authentic Research into STEM Courses.

September 22, 2014-MTSU urges students to gather, join with popular button campaign
/mtsu-button-campaign-2014/Students who are involved in many alternative extracurricular activities are displaying more and more popular MTSU buttons, every of which symbolizes a unique facet of campus life.

August 22, News and knowledge from the president: Student success
The Experiential Learning Program has demonstrated promise as a means to extend engagement with a corresponding increase in retention.

May 27, EXL program names prime college students, faculty, group companion
MTSU’s Experiential Learning Program honored its top students, faculty and neighborhood associate recently in an awards ceremony to conclude the tutorial 12 months.

May 7, Top EXL pupil applauds change to MTSU University Studies major
For MTSU senior Sara Croft, switching to a major in college research with a minor in organizational communication “was the best choice I have made so far while at Middle Tennessee State University.”

December Celebrate with some of MTSU’s prime students!: Rutherford County Honor Graduates
Some of MTSU’s most interesting celebrated their fall 2013 graduation and discussed their futures with President Sidney A. McPhee during a December photo session within the Cope Administration Building.

December 19, EXL program, Rust honored at national higher ed conference
/mtsu-honored-by-ache-2013/Middle Tennessee State University obtained two prime awards at this year’s Association of Continuing Higher Education conference in Lexington, Ky. The university’s Experiential Learning Scholars Program obtained certainly one of two ACHE Distinguished Program Awards for Credit Programs whereas affiliate professor Dianna Rust obtained the ACHE Meritorious Service Award.

October 21, Memphis scholar finds her area of interest at MTSU
Muskin, who was in Memphis Monday, Oct. 21, for the MTSU “True Blue Tour” occasion on the Memphis Botanic Garden, is an organizational communications major who has been fairly involved with campus activities. She expects to graduate in May 2014.

August 23, Course Redesigns
MTSU’s Experiential Scholars program is making a serious impression on student retention by way of hands-on studying.

May thirteen, MTSU on national Higher Ed Community Service Honor Roll
Middle Tennessee State University has once more been recognized for its group service efforts with inclusion on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

May 6, MTSU EXL Scholars program receives top regional award
/exl-regional-award/The Experiential Learning Scholars program at Middle Tennessee State University was honored lately with a top award for greater schooling credit score applications.

February 15, 2013-Bahamian greater ed officers tour MTSU for university ideas

The chairman and secretary of The College of The Bahamas Council, the governing board of that nation’s public institution of higher schooling, visited MTSU this week to gather ideas and insights as the college prepares to turn out to be The University of The Bahamas.

January 31, First ‘Zumbathon’ raises funds for Project Help
About 50 Zumba lovers danced for 2 hours on a recent Saturday to raise greater than $1,200 for MTSU’s Project Help, the university’s inclusive pre-school.

January 17, p. 6 MTSU EXL Program counseled for impact
MTSU is positioning itself as a model in service studying with its Experiential Learning Scholars Program, or EXL.

November 28, EXL Scholars Program touted as ‘excellent model’
Service learning. MTSU is positioning itself as a model university on this area with its Experiential Learning Scholars Program, or EXL, which was recently counseled by a regional accrediting organization for its impression and effectiveness after 5 years of existence.

November thirteen, Experiential learning continues to flourish
Experiential Learning is heading into its sixth year at MTSU, and the program is flourishing as a model of hands-on studying by way of sensible utility and public service.

October 18, 2011-Hands-on studying reaps rewards, success
The Experiential Learning initiative at MTSU is heading into its sixth yr, and this system is now flourishing as a mannequin of hands-on studying through practical utility and public service.

June 6, MTSU earns nationwide acclaim for service
MTSU has been admitted to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for participating in service that achieved measurable results in the community.

May 17, p. three EXL Scholars Program names 1st award recipients
MTSU alumnus Kim Greenwood, May 8 graduate Trish Perry and faculty member Dr. Janet McCormick are the primary recipients of EXL Scholars Program Awards.

February 9, CarnegieFoundation honors university for group engagement, partnerships

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching lately selected MTSU for its2008 Community Engagement Classification, which recognizes universities that reveal commitment to curricular engagement, and outreach and partnerships.

December 1, p. 1 EXL tasks price a million to group
The impression of experiential learning applications at MTSU for —specifically, the dollar value of neighborhood work that resulted from hands-on, service-learning projects—amounted to greater than $1 million.

January 14, p. 4 EXL trailblazers
TIMELY RECOGNITION—Faculty trailblazers for MTSU’s experiential learning program pose with their honors after a Nov. 15 reception by the EXL Scholars Program to acknowledge the primary group of EXL Mentors.

August 27, p. three EXL expert to guide Sept. 21 faculty workshop
The opportunity to learn extra about the potential and benefits of experiential studying might be out there to all faculty in a free workshop set for Friday, Sept. 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Tom Jackson Building.

January p. three MTSU Receives SACS Reaccreditation/newsletter/newsletters/NewsletterforthePresidentJanuary2007.pdf
MTSU received its reaffirmation of accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in the Commission on Colleges’ assembly in Orlando in December, 2006.

Spring/Summer What about Socrates? Applying the philosopher’s theories gets students considering
From philosophical espresso teams to senior mentors, the buzz is all about EXL
A Chinese proverb says “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day; train him to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.” You might say the Chinese were the primary to employ the idea of experiential studying (EXL).

Spring p. 2 CHP Participates in MTSU Alternative Spring Break 2006
This spring the Center for Historic Preservation joined the entire MTSU community in supporting an Alternative Spring Break in Pass Christian, Mississippi, an area devastated by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005.

Global Studies & Cultural Geography

March 25, MTSU agrees to new partnership with Peruvian university
The Universidad Andina Del Cusco (UAC) turns into the twenty ninth worldwide partnership for MTSU.

May 20, MTSU in China: Agreement signed to launch joint International Ginseng Institute [+VIDEO]
MTSU and their primary research companion in China conform to create a joint Ginseng Institute to advertise Tennessee-grown natural products in Asia.

April 13, Migration with Dignity in Middle Tennessee
Migration with Dignity April 2017
The Migration with Dignity project seeks to preserve and have fun the colourful cultural diversity in middle Tennessee through stories of migration. EXL college member, Dr. Antonio Vasquez, teaching Contemporary Migration: Global Trends, Local Implications 3040 ensured that students have been capable of apply course ideas by collaborating in this this project. This project highlighted five original quick films and one small public exhibit co-created by MTSU Global Studies college students in direct collaboration with center Tennessee families representing Bosnia Herzegovina, Iraq, Mexico, and Somalia.

October 31, MTSU’s Inaugural ‘Day of the Dead’ Celebration Planned for Tuesday
MTSU will observe its inaugural celebration of the useless, “Dia de los Muertos,” on Tuesday, Nov. 1, following the more whimsical Halloween vacation.

April 18, MTSU Global Studies exhibit honors Midstate migrants’ variety
MTSU’s Global Studies program is encouraging the neighborhood to attend a singular multimedia exhibit in Murfreesboro honoring the cultural range within the region through tales of migration.

January 22, Couple creates new scholarship for Bahamian college students (+VIDEO)
A couple from Franklin, Tennessee has created a scholarship for highschool college students from the Bahamas to attend MTSU. The scholarship will fund tuition, housing, and other bills for 4 high school students.

May 28, MTSU in China: Trip wraps up with fifth educational partnership
MTSU just lately partnered with Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an. Thi province is home to famous historical sites, such as the Terracotta Warriors on the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor.


May 4, The Value of History
MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation aims to assist direct scholar analysis and experiential studying opportunities.

December 11, MTSU’s new Africana Studies main provides college students a novel opportunity for exploration
A new Africana studies major within the Department of History offers college students a model new approach to explore the African continent via quite a lot of experiential studying methods.

August 15, MTSU Students Represent MTSU on the 2013 APIEL Conference
APIEL Conference
Five college students enrolled in Mary Evins’s Civic Engagement and Survey of United States History programs travelled to the 2013 Appalachian Public Interest Environmental Law (APIEL) Conference, happening October on the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee.

August eight, 2016-MTSU Faculty and Students Present at the 2014 American Democracy Project Conference
American Democracy Project Conference 2014
Beginning in 2003, the American Democracy Project (ADP) is a multi-campus initiative whose aim is “to produce graduates who’re dedicated to being knowledgeable, involved residents of their communities.”

August eight, 2016-MTSU Faculty and Students Present on the 2013 American Democracy Project Conference
American Democracy Project Conference 2013
Beginning in 2003, the American Democracy Project (ADP) is a multi-campus initiative whose goal is “to produce graduates who are committed to being knowledgeable, concerned citizens of their communities.”

September 21, MTSU participants ‘rededicate’ themselves to Constitutional ideas
While the the rest of the nation argues over and misinterprets the 228-year-old doc, the MTSU group went straight to the source to rejoice Constitution Day.

May 27, Study-abroad group honors fallen MTSU alumnus in Vietnam
Members of an MTSU study-abroad course remembered a fallen alumnus just lately on the site where he gave his life throughout an infamous battle in the Vietnam War.

November 17, Middle Tennessee State University
/middle-tennessee-state-university-cms Dr. Mary Evins tells how MTSU is working to get students involved in the democratic course of.

November 4, Local AAUW promotes American Democracy Project Nov. thirteen

The American Association of University Women of Murfreesboro will current Dr. Mary Evins, an MTSU history professor and coordinator for the American Democracy Project, at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13.

September 17, MTSU will get assist from particular friends to celebrate Constitution Day 2014
Celebrating the 227th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution took a new studying flip Sept. 17 at MTSU as particular visitors helped college students, college and staff read the historic document.

March 3, MTSU American Democracy Project to average March three televised city candidates’ discussion board
MTSU’s American Democracy Project will play a big role in tonight’s city candidates’ discussion board on Murfreesboro CityTV.

October 1, Students fascinated, informed by state Supreme Court on campus
MTSU students peppered appeals attorneys in cross-examinations of their own Tuesday after observing the Tennessee Supreme Court hear arguments in three Midstate cases.

September 18, MTSU students, staffers prove for Constitution Day
MTSU freshman Hannah Owens was amongst a couple of dozen or so volunteers who stood in line Tuesday outdoors Peck Hall, taking turns at the lectern in reading portions from the Constitution.

September 17, MTSU celebrates Constitution Day with readings, debate, vote signups
MTSU is celebrating the 226th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17 with a give attention to voter registration as well as multiple daylong readings of the doc.

September 17, MTSU welcomes almost 300 new residents at naturalization ceremony

MTSU celebrated the 225th anniversary of the signing of the united states Constitution on Monday with a number of new fellow residents — 288, to be exact — and a worldwide viewers that tuned in by way of the Internet at a particular naturalization ceremony inside Murphy Center.

September 6, Constitution Week 2011 schedule at MTSU
MTSU will celebrate “Constitutional Responsibility and Civil Society” during its Centennial Constitution Week Sept. on campus.

June 6, Walking of their footsteps: p. 3 Students retrace paths of WWI, WWII veterans during study-abroad journey
Dr. Derek Frisby, assistant professor of historical past at MTSU, and the scholars in his “Warfare andPublic Memory in Western Europe” visited World War I and World War II battlefields throughout their 16-day tour of the continent.


July 23, MTSU on WGNS: Interim CBAS dean, student success grants, and real-world, award-winning journalism
Scott Walker hosted a number of MTSU college and employees to discuss a model new interim dean, grant awards for school students, and award-winning scholar journalism.

June 25, Student journalists’ summer time ‘road trip’ presents sudden storytelling adventures
MTSU professor Leon Alligood presents college students a singular journalism “road trip” for an experiential studying expertise.

May 27, Journalism college students earn national honors for ‘100 Years of Broadcasting’ TV special [+VIDEO]
Nine MTSU multimedia journalism college students and alumni created an award-winning “100 Years of Broadcasting” TV news particular.

November 18, MTSU media students assist ‘Defend True Blue’ with mask-wearing PR campaign
Students within the School of Journalism and Strategic Media used public relations and promoting campaigns to help reinforce the masks mandate campus broad.

September 20, MTSU PR students earn 2 Parthenon Awards for selling 1st Amendment freedoms/freedom-first-win-fall20/
Nine MTSU college students and alumni earned two Parthenon Awards for a public relations campaign to educate their neighborhood.

June 1, Top MTSU Student Journalist calls Japan Fellowship “Amazing Learning Experience”
MTSU award-winning scholar journalist Sarah Grace Taylor made her way to Japan in current weeks after being chosen as considered one of nine winners of the Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition.

November 2, ‘MTSU On the Record’ guest previews 2016 presidential election
A look at the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates by way of the eyes of scholars was the topic of a current “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

July 22, MTSU students visit McKenzie for ‘road trip’ class
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Professor Leon Alligood introduced the six journalism college students to West Tennessee this week as a part of his annual “road trip” class — bringing college students to every of the divisions of the state to learn to write in an space they’ve by no means been.

October 23, Join MTSU students Oct. 28 for analysis of hottest midterm elections

Curious concerning the hottest midterm Congressional races around the nation and what effect they could have on our nation? Count on MTSU’s newest marketing campaign analysts — students enrolled in Kent Syler’s particular midterm elections course — to give you the answers Tuesday, Oct. 28.

August 20, Where scholar journalism meets Tennessee’s roads
For the second year in a row, a group of journalism college students took to the highway in Associate Professor Leon Alligood’s summer time function writing class. The Road Trip, as the students call the class, toured the state, spending a week each in Milan, Jonesborough and Dayton, Tennessee.

August 1, MTSU Journalism class practices experiential studying in West Tenn.
MTSU journalism professor Leon Alligood and a bunch of scholars are in the midst of a three-week experiential learning class during which college students are writing stories and creating content for 2 newspapers.

May 16, MTSU students create media for international language nonprofit
MTSU college students enrolled in Professor Clare Bratten’s Seminar in Media Issues class took their expertise from the classroom to the real world this spring by making a media marketing campaign for the Tennessee Foreign Language Institute.

March 25, 2013-Project Real Students Helps Those in Need
Project Real Students Helps Those in Need
Middle Tennessee State University’s spring Project Real experiential studying class has offered to help local enterprise, Journey’s in Community Living, with net and promotional content.

December 20, Collaboration offers hands-on classes in politics, media
While the presidential election might have been the year’s biggest news story for so much of, it was the fictional congressional marketing campaign in Tennessee’s fictitious 10th District that captured the eye of scholars in two lessons of political science and mass communication.


July 21, MTSU’s new HR concentration earns alignment with Society for Human Resource Management
A new Human Resources Management program at MTSU will align with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to provide college students with the content material that must be studied by HR students at each the undergraduate and graduate degree.

June 2, MTSU summer season institute develops new generation of scholar leaders
MTSU’s Institute of Excellence makes use of a variety of studying methods to teach leadership concept to a gaggle of undergraduate students.

January thirteen, Supply Chain Management professors ship student-friendly textbook for distant teaching
Kimball Bullington and Richard Tarpey, from MTSU’s Department of Management, have developed a textbook to standardize the concepts being taught to college students in several sections of the course.

June 20, ‘MTSU On the Record’ analyzes ways to remodel workplace bullies
Dr. Jackie Gilbert discusses her book “How to transform Workplace Bullies Into Allies,” during which she presents exercises for each supervisors and staff.

November four, MTSU event-management class organizes course to help women ‘stay alert, stay alive’
Dr. Virginia Hemby’s Professional assembly, Event Exhibition and Convention Management students worked to current ‘Stay Alert, Stay Alive.” Participants acquired lectures from a retired police detective and learned self-defense methods from a retired U.S. Navy Seal.

May 25, MTSU Management course Stresses Engaged, Hands-on Student Learning
One by one, students in MTSU management professor Jackie Gilbert’s class got here to the entrance and took their classmates via slideshows of their community service hours at local nonprofits in the course of the spring semester.

December 17, MTSU EXL college students hone skills with workplace civility project
An spectacular panel of space business professionals listened and watched intently as 4 student teams from professor Jackie Gilbert’s upper-level management course consolidated months of research and collaboration into 15-minute shows inside a classroom at MTSU’s Business and Aerospace Building.

– June 12, MTSU professor continues civility push by way of EXL business course
A longtime advocate for more civil workplaces and academic spaces, Gilbert once more introduced that passion to the classroom during the spring semester for her Principles in Management 3610 Experiential Learning, or EXL, course in the Jennings A. Jones College of Business.

September 22, The Power of Policy
Following every week of excessive profile scandals, the NFL introduced that it’ll overhaul the League’s Personal Conduct Policy – to include stiffer penalties for domestic violence. It goes with out saying that policy is more practical when it’s carried out proactively, quite than in knee jerk trend – underneath the glare of media scrutiny and social media.

November eleven, MTSU enterprise college students turn out to be teachers in ‘flipped classroom’
When you enter this second-floor classroom contained in the MTSU Business and Aerospace Building, you rapidly notice that it’s the well-dressed students — aspiring future managers — who are working the show.

August eight, High School/College Partnerships to End Bullying
Spring, 2012, the EXL Principles of Management “cyber-bullying” staff introduced at OaklandHigh School. Their efforts culminated in a “public service” YouTube video, which featuresstudents and Oakland administrators.

May 7, MTSU college students pitch civility proposals to Nissan
On today, they weren’t college students; they had been consultants. They weren’t classmates; they were competitors. Two scholar teams in MTSU professor Jackie Gilbert’s Principles of Management-Experiential Learning class squared off this semester — not in an MTSU classroom, however within the very real-world setting of the Nissan Americas headquarters in Franklin, Tenn.

March Wee Care Day Care Projects
Wee Care Day Care Projects
Students in Managerial Decision Making (MDM) and Senior Seminar EXL lessons (in Management/Marketing) focused on a public service project to profit Wee Care Day Care, a day care center positioned simply blocks away from the MTSU campus that serves 30 children ranging in ages from 1 to 5 years.

December 5, MTSU Culture Fest 2012
Culture Fest 2012: “Around the World” is an ethnically various event hosted by MTSU’s Management and Marketing students to entertain and educate the common public about understanding and respecting the multiple cultures that make up the Rutherford County neighborhood.

– November 9, MTSU goes around the world in a few days throughout International Education Week
/mtsu-goes-around-the-world-in-a-few-days-during-international-education-week-cms MTSU celebrates International Education Week Nov. with a flurry of food, gala’s and enjoyable, all free and open to the public.

November 29, Students ‘take a stand’ towards bullying at work, college, on-line
Students in Dr. Jackie Gilbert’s Principles of Management class at MTSU are taking a stand towards bullying, whether in social settings on campus, within the free-for-all interactions of our on-line world or inside corporate offices.

– October 15, Take a Stand Stop the Bully / The Face of a New Resistance
As a category project, every of 5 pupil teams presented on a different “bullying” facet.

October 28, ‘Culture Fest’ goes all over the world in one room
Students in Free Enterprise at MTSU will present Culture Fest, a “Tour of the World,” from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, within the Tennessee Room of MTSU’s James Union Building.

March 13, “Bullying, Blogging and Being More Organized”
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– MTSU Business Class Shares Findings on Bullying
Murfreesboro, TN – A current business class led by Dr. Jackie Gilbert explored six kinds of bullying. The group that studied stalking share their findings with WMOT.


December 17, MTSU on WGNS: Latest Consumer Outlook Survey, MT Athletics fan promotions, vintage MTSU Milk indicators
MTSU college and workers discuss new vintage styled MTSU milk indicators, the promotion of MT Athletics, and outcomes from the most recent Consumer Outlook Survey.

March 15, MTSU taps partnerships, advisory board to spice up new Professional Sales focus
The Jennings A. Jones College of Business has created a Professional Sales COncentration inside the Department of Marketing. This program goals to increase student outreach and internship opportunities.

January 25, Insurance company IGA funds $100K sponsorship for new Professional Sales Office at MTSU
The Insurance Group of America has supplied MTSU’s professional sales program with a $100,000 sponsorship to help students acquire greater caliber jobs.

November three, MTSU professor’s prepared to arrange students for hospitality careers
Dr. Virginia Hemby has turn out to be an authorized hospitality educator via the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute.

May 12, MTSU marketing class takes deeper dive into Google searches
MTSU marketing professor Don Roy acknowledges the challenges today’s students face in a hyper-competitive job market, so what higher method to give his students an edge than connecting them with search engine giant Google?

April 9, Enactus student group gives again to women’s useful resource center/enactus-helps-womens-resource-center/
Suitcases, garbage baggage and assorted carrying instances for clothes and personal gadgets type a line simply inside the doorway to the Way of Hope Women’s Resource Center off South Rutherford Boulevard and Dill Lane.

March Wee Care Day Care Projects
Wee Care Day Care Projects
Students in Managerial Decision Making (MDM) and Senior Seminar EXL courses (in Management/Marketing) centered on a public service project to learn Wee Care Day Care, a day care heart situated just blocks away from the MTSU campus that serves 30 youngsters ranging in ages from 1 to 5 years.

December 5, MTSU Culture Fest 2012
Culture Fest 2012: “Around the World” is an ethnically numerous occasion hosted by MTSU’s Management and Marketing students to entertain and educate the common public about understanding and respecting the multiple cultures that make up the Rutherford County community.

– November 9, MTSU goes around the globe in a couple of days throughout International Education Week
/mtsu-goes-around-the-world-in-a-few-days-during-international-education-week-cms MTSU celebrates International Education Week Nov. with a flurry of meals, fairs and fun, all free and open to the general public.

October 28, ‘Culture Fest’ goes around the globe in a single room
Students in Free Enterprise at MTSU will present Culture Fest, a “Tour of the World,” from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, within the Tennessee Room of MTSU’s James Union Building.

May 17, p. 2 Marketing college students get hands-on, and hang-up, expertise
MTSU’s advertising students are getting right down to the basics by participating in a survey of local consumer confidence.

Mechatronics Engineering

December 10, MTSU graduating seniors’ projects seize spotlight at Mech-Tech expo [+VIDEO]
Senior initiatives from Engineering Technology and Mechatronics students were on show in the Sam H. Ingram Building during an expo to have fun their hands-on experiences.

April 30, MTSU engineering know-how students’ devices on show at Mech-Tech Expo
MTSU Engineering Technology Department seniors and graduate college students offered their senior tasks on the MTSU Engineering Technology Mech-Tech Expo.

April 14, Public invited to MTSU Engineering Technology in-person Mech-Tech Expo April 29 in Murphy Center
Senior and graduate engineering students will present their senior initiatives at the MTSU Engineering Technology Mech-tech Expo in Murphy Center.

April 15, Gov. Lee celebrates MTSU’s Ready-to-Work majors, Siemens partnership [+VIDEO]
MTSU Mechatronics Engineering college students are getting this chance to use state-of-the-art training from Siemens Digital Industries Software.

January 25, MTSU Engineering Technology welcomes regional robotics event
TNFIRST hosted the first Tech Challenge Tennessee Regional Robotics Competition at MTSU in partnership with the Department of Engineering Technology.

June 27, Civil Air Patrol cadets expertise E-Tech academy at MTSU
/cap-cadets-engineering-academy-2019/The E-tech academy hosted 36 cadets to find out about a variety of STEM subjects, as properly as to use the James E. Walker Library’s Makerspace.

September 21, MTSU mechatronics college students modify Special Kids’ automobiles
A variety of mechatronics college students joined Nasab and Department of Engineering Technology assistant lab director John Rozell and 6 St. Mark’s United Methodist Church volunteers Sept. 12 to modify seven battery-operated vehicles for children receiving remedy and nursing services at Special Kids, 2208 E. Main St.

March 20, Groups learn about MTSU mechatronics program from scholar
MTSU senior Daniel Kiviniemi loved showing off his other office house when the Precision Metalforming Association’s Tennessee district met on campus March 19.


August three, 2015-Advocacy website ranks MTSU nursing program amongst finest in region
Middle Tennessee State University’s School of Nursing is listed among the high nursing applications within the region, based on just lately launched rankings by a nursing advocacy web site.

April eight, Nursing college students elevating funds for 2nd medical mission to Guatemala
The nurses of the future are raising money to fund a mission of mercy to Central America.

April four, Little ones of Project Help elevate autism consciousness with pals
The youngsters, staff and volunteers of MTSU’s Project Help labored this week to make the group extra aware of autism with a particular, and colourful, celebration known as “Light It Up Blue.”

Nutrition & Food Science

March 29, Nutrition college students provide free evaluations, community coaching
Students in Virginia Bogle’s EXL Nutrition Coaching and Counseling Skills 4305 class gained hands-on expertise by providing free diet evaluation and training individualized specifically by the Senior Dietetic EXL Students and a Registered Dietitian. All sessions were held on campus within the Cason Kennedy Nursing Building. The sessions had been one hour long and were designed to fit the needs of every person that attended the periods. Graduate student, Chloe’ Truitt, attended a session and acknowledged that she “appreciated the person care and concern she received on her private needs and well being targets.” The free, student-led diet analysis and training sessions have been ongoing each spring semester for the final 5 years.

December 23, MTSU, Kroger companion to teach public about need to eat fruits, vegetables
/mtsu-kroger-partner-to-educate-public-about-need-to-eat-fruits-vegetables-cms As Americans make New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier meals, MTSU shall be planning ways to assist them fulfill these resolutions.

March 2, MTSU college students, professor, alumna capture honors in dietetics field
Two MTSU students, a professor and an alumna just lately captured top honors based mostly on their proficiency in the dietetics field.

March 20, Free data on healthy eating available at MTSU starting March 27
A lot of details about “healthy” consuming is out there, but how a lot of it’s credible? You can learn the truth about improving your dietary habits with free individualized nutrition coaching from MTSU senior vitamin and meals science college students and a registered dietitian.

March 18, MTSU plans National Nutrition Month actions March /mtsu-offers-nutrition-activities/
March is National Nutrition Month and MTSU is doing its part to advertise more healthy consuming throughout the Blue Raider community

April 19, p. 1, 5 Students’ project sows seeds of good health
An instance of how organizations at MTSU might help college students achieve real-life expertise in their space of research, and how those organizations can also help the encircling community, is exhibited by the university’s chapter of the Student Dietetic Association.

Organizational Communication

February 1, MTSU EXL college students current training program to state HR department
Organizational Communication students obtained an experiential learning opportunity to collaborate with the Tennessee Department of Human resources.

December 6, Midstate artists’ ornaments bring warmth to state tree in D.C. with MTSU freshmen’s help
Two freshman organizational communication college students coordinated with Borderless Arts Tennessee to create ornaments for Tennessee’s Christmas Tree on the “Pathway of Peace” in Washington, D.C.

April 6, 2017-Organizational Communication Students Complete Grant Project
Organizational Communication Students Complete Grant Project
Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities students don’t just learn about nonprofit organizations—they create them.

March 24, Organizational Communication Students Help with VSA TN Fundraiser
Organizational Communication Students Help with VSA TN Fundraiser
On March 24, students enrolled in Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities class acquired firsthand expertise in event planning and the nonprofit subject.

February 25, VSA TN Selects 2017 Young Soloist Winners

The 2017 VSA Tennessee Young Soloist Concert was held on Wed., Feb. 22 at Middle Tennessee State University. The 2017 winner is Tyler Samuel. 2nd Place went to Drew Basham and third place to Allie Hemmings.

– February 22, MTSU Hosts VSA Tennessee’s 2017 Young Soloist Competition
MTSU Hosts VSA Tennessee’s 2017 Young Soloist Competition
Students enrolled in Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities course have once again efficiently handled the logistics of Very Special Arts (VSA) Tennessee’s Young Soloist Competition.

– February 20, VSA Tennessee’s Young Soloist Competition set for Feb. 22 at MTSU
VSA Tennessee is happy to introduce six younger people competing in vocal and instrumental music at its Feb. 22 Young Soloist Competition at MTSU.

November 30, Artists create tiny Tennessee Christmases at MTSU for D.C. tree
Two dozen younger Midstate artists’ distinctive visions are on show, with help from MTSU college students, as Tennessee’s state Christmas tree shines brightly alongside the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C., through the top of December.

November 10, Experiential Learning Students Hold Fall Festival for Special Needs Youth
Experiential Learning Students Hold Fall Festival for Special Needs Youth
On Monday, November 7, students in Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities course held a fall festival for students of Genesis Academy in Murfreesboro, TN.

November 10, National Christmas Tree Ornament ProjectNational Christmas Tree Ornament Project
On Monday, October 17, students enrolled in Lori Kissinger’s Organizational Communication in Communities course assisted students with disabilities in creating ornaments for the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C.

April 6, MTSU summit provides ideas to help turn passions into professions/nonprofit-innovation-summit-2016/
Entrepreneur and creator Sam Davidson informed students at the 2016 MTSU Nonprofit & Social Innovation Student Summit that to do what they love without going broke, they wanted to identify the place their passions, skills and societal needs intersect.

February 21, VSA Tennessee Young Soloist Winners Selected
On Friday, Feb. 19 at the Wright School of Music on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, the 2016 VSA Young Soloist winners were chosen. This concert was coordinated in partnership with an Organizational Communication class at MTSU and the Ambassadors of VSA TN (a scholar organization).

February 21, Scott MacIntyre Lecture a Huge Success

Over one hundred students and group members turned out for the lecture on Friday, Feb. 19 by Scott MacIntyre at Middle Tennessee State University.

– February 12, State’s gifted youth set MTSU live performance Feb. 19 with Scott MacIntyre
MTSU students once once more are coordinating the statewide event, which is open to any vocalist or instrumentalist age 14 to 25 with any form of incapacity. The state contest is a half of a world competitors, which shall be held May 27 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., and can characteristic winners from throughout the nation.

January 25, 2016-Creative Connections: MTSU reaches the world in a really special way
A younger man with severe autism can barely speak in conversation, yet he takes the stage confidently to sing along with Josh Turner on the Grand Ole Opry. A dance group comprised of students with Down syndrome performs at an MTSU soccer game. Mentally disabled students train their peers with no handicaps the way to form and paint handcrafted pottery.

August 5, MTSU welcomes young artists’ national ‘Journey’ to Todd Gallery
MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery is welcoming works by 15 emerging younger artists from across America this month in a particular touring exhibit, “The Journey,” that premiered on the Smithsonian Institution.

July eight, MTSU Guides International Project Showcasing Artists with Disabilities
An MTSU-coordinated labor of love, pieced together by a bunch of international artists and friends to rejoice the arts, training and cultural exchanges, is now being spotlighted in Washington, D.C.

June 10, My Favorite Sports

Young individuals with disabilities in Sumner County, Tennessee participated in an art making session on the Sumner Teen Center directed by the Hendersonville Woman’s Club.

June 10, Radio Broadcast
Arts and Disability Ireland, the VSA Affiliate in Ireland, and VSA Tennessee hosted a professional improvement alternative for musicians with disabilities by expanding their audiences using radio.

April sixteen, What Makes My Home Special
Home, Hogar, Casa…regardless how you say it, house defines us. Through this residency, a bunch of scholars in Patty Daniel’s class at Beech High School in Hendersonville, TN outlined what home means to them by writing a track with professional songwriters Les Kerr and Tammy Vice.

April 16, Weaving Workshops
VSA arts of Japan sent a video of their strategy of SAORI hand weaving and samples of their work. VSA Tennessee labored with a life abilities class in Nashville to create their own hand weaving friendship bracelets.

April sixteen, 2015-Children’s Art Exchange
In the autumn of 2014, students from Middle Tennessee State University labored with an after school program at the Family Learning and Resource Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

March 31, Nonprofit & Social Summit connects college students, pros
After sitting in on a session at this year’s Nonprofit & Social Innovation Student Summit, MTSU sophomore Morgan Higgins felt she had a greater handle on what she needed to do to connect her talents and passions with a fruitful career.

March 27, 2015-MTSU honors 15 in Midstate as ‘Millennials on a Mission’
Fifteen area professionals have been just lately honored by MTSU as “Millennials on a Mission in Middle Tennessee” as part of the university’s second annual Nonprofit & Social Innovation Week.

March 20, Miki Agrawal highlights second MTSU Nonprofit & Social Innovation Week
Social entrepreneur and author Miki Agrawal will go to MTSU Monday, March 23, to encourage students and the campus group to do cool things and create their greatest lives by starting their own companies.

February 19, Artists’ MTSU lectures have fun creativity with disabilities
Organizers of a lecture sequence welcoming three famend artists to the MTSU campus this spring have introduced a scheduling change for one of many visitors.

– February 12, MTSU Announces Lecture Series on Arts and Disabilities
MTSU has announced a lecture series through VSA Tennessee, a state organization that strives to provide people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in and learn via artistic activities.

January 30, 2015-State’s proficient younger vocalists set to carry out at MTSU Feb. 10
Some of Tennessee’s most proficient young musicians will showcase their items Tuesday, Feb. 10, at MTSU during the state’s 2015 VSA Young Soloist concert.

November four, Young Artists Create Tiny Tennessee Christmases at MTSU to Decorate State Tree
Students from Lori Kissinger’s EXL Organizational Communications in Communities class served as artists’ assistants to almost two dozen young men and women who attend the Transition Academy of Rutherford County Schools and the Tennessee School for the Blind.

November 3, Young artists create tiny Tennessee Christmases at MTSU (+VIDEO)
MTSU college students labored with artists through VSA Tennessee to create ornaments that represented a Tennessee Christmas.

October 2, ‘Breaking Bad’ star RJ Mitte amuses, conjures up MTSU viewers
One of the stars of TV’s “Breaking Bad” provided an evening of uplifting advice in a conversation with fans at MTSU.RJ Mitte, who portrayed Walter “Flynn” White Jr. on the Emmy-winning AMC cable network drama, discussed his battle with cerebral palsy and his performing profession Oct. 1 at Tucker Theatre.

– October 2, Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte speaks to MTSU students on overcoming adversity
RJ Mitte, best recognized for his position on Breaking Bad, gave a humorous, yet affirming presentation on overcoming adversity, followed by a 30-minute Q&A at Tucker Theatre on Wednesday night time.

– September 24, ‘Breaking Bad’ star, adviser to tout disability insights, science
MTSU might be “Breaking Bad” with per week of science, drug- and disability-awareness activities impressed by the popular television sequence.

September 23, Todd Art Gallery welcomes Kennedy Center’s ‘In/finite Earth’ exhibit
MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery is taking part in host to a nationwide tour of distinctive artists with the “In/finite Earth” exhibit open now via Wednesday, Oct. 1

May 6, MTSU college students assist win a Twitter contest
MTSU college students help win a Twitter contest
In the EXL ORCO 3250 class, the scholars are learning about fund elevating. Their teacher, Lori Kissinger, thought it would be a good experience for them to take part in the latest form of fund raising which is going on via social media. The students worked on a twitter campaign for VSA Tennessee via the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and they went up against over 400 nonprofits in center Tennessee. The group gained the competition!

May 1, EXL class allows MTSU college students to dig deeper into well being points
The 25 students in MTSU professor Mary Beth Asbury’s organizational communication class have a “healthy” appreciation for experiential studying after spending the spring semester researching, planning and at last executing a campus Health Fair to share what they’ve learned.

April 4, MTSU college students gain useful suggestions, insights at nonprofit summit
Now president and CEO of the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties, Meagan Flippin advised MTSU students Friday that profession alternatives abound in the nonprofit sector for these students prepared to construct relationships, develop mentors and exceed expectations.

March 27, Musician George Dennehy shares infectious message of joy at MTSU
George Dennehy presents many messages in his music — love, gratitude, willpower, acceptance, faithfulness — but the one which seems to permeate the young singer-songwriter’s conversation is pleasure.

– March 25, Statewide Young Vocalist Competition at MTSU to Feature Musician George Dennehy
The voices of young artists from across Tennessee will ring out in MTSU’s Wright Music Building Wednesday night, and once again MTSU students might be working to ensure the artists and viewers have a stellar expertise.

October 21, Memphis student finds her niche at MTSU
Muskin, who was in Memphis Monday, Oct. 21, for the MTSU “True Blue Tour” event on the Memphis Botanic Garden, is an organizational communications main who has been quite involved with campus activities. She expects to graduate in May 2014.

February 21, MTSU to host ‘Tennessee VSA Young Soloist’ event Feb. 27
Seven young musicians from throughout the state will perform at MTSU on Feb. 27 for the Tennessee VSA Young Soloist competitors. The musicians will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Hinton Music Hall inside MTSU’s Wright Music Building.

December 17, Students help with special efficiency at Parthenon
MTSU students played a component in a recent arts efficiency that can quickly be on exhibit throughout Tennessee and can finally journey to Athens, Greece, for a global arts schooling exchange.

March 19, 2012-Career Center holds Summer Internship, Jobs Fair in JUB
With basketball mania prevalent this month, MTSU Career Development Center Director Bill Fletcher calls it March Internship Madness: two gala’s in in the future on the similar time and location.

Spring Careers in Music History and Timeline
Careers in Music History and Timeline
In 2006, VSA Tennessee started a partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission in looking at Careers within the Arts for artists with disabilities. The result of this partnership was a 2 day conference held at Middle Tennessee State University.

March 24, MTSU benefit live performance helps blind band
A group of organizational communication college students at MTSU developed a vision to sponsor a band to perform in an International VSA program and can hold a benefit concert for Lake Rise Place.

November three, p. 6 Orco college students find success at Dollywood
On Oct. 9, seven MTSU students took off for Dollywood, but they weren’t just there to have fun for fall break. Five of the students are a part of an experiential-learning organizational communication, or ORCO, class in which they learn to create and run nonprofit organizations and events.

Physical Science

July 28, MTSU undergrads contribute to published analysis as part of Geoscience of Caves course [+VIDEO]
Mark Abolins, an MTSU geosciences professor, uses his classes as a analysis opportunity to take students to different caves in the area.

August four, $272K USDA grant helps MTSU, Ole Miss researchers examine conservation practices with altering local weather
Faculty and students from MTSU and Ole Miss collaborated with the us Department of Agriculture on a research grant concerning climate change and conservation practices.

April 15, Students are science superheroes to 5th-grade pals
Using superheroes as an educational tool, an MTSU honors science class introduced the STEM Extravaganza to Bellwood Discovery School for the second yr. The 14-member Contemporary Issues in Science honors class for non-science majors promoted science and sustainability to eighty Discovery School fifth-graders April 14.

April 7, MTSU college students carry science to Discovery School
Eighteen University Honors College students — all non-science majors taking an honors physical science class this spring— put on quite a presentation that is the first experiential learning STEM Extravaganza carried out to the group.

Political Science & International Relations

December 3, MTSU students test state government waters at legislative event [+VIDEO]/mtsu-attends-state-college-legislature-2021/
Eight MTSU college students attended the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature, which supplies college students with a hands-on alternative to witness the ins and outs of public policy.

October 23, MTSU on WGNS: Evolution and religion, decreasing stress among farmers, pandemic politics
Dr. Elizabeth Barnes, Dr. Chaney Mosley, and Kent Syler join Bart Walker to debate topics corresponding to evolution and faith, stress amongst farmers,and politics through the pandemic.

August 3, MTSU college students report election results at WSMV-News4
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MTSU political science and EXL college students gained useful experience helping WSMV-News4 collect and report election results for the August 2, 2018 elections throughout Tennessee. The students joined their EXL Professor and News4 political analysis, Kent Syler, for the election day protection.

February 28, MTSU college students get a lesson in lawmaking from 1964
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Some Middle Tennessee State University college students combed through the archives Tuesday for a lesson in lawmaking.

November 2, ‘MTSU On the Record’ visitor previews 2016 presidential election
A look at the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates by way of the eyes of scholars was the topic of a current “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

October 23, MTSU college students to current marketing campaign evaluation
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Elections Nov. four will receive analysis Tuesday from college students enrolled in a special midterm elections course at Middle Tennessee State University, according to a launch from the college.

March 31, MTSU legislative interns enjoy hands-on experience
Thirteen MTSU students labored as legislative interns this spring during the latest session of the Tennessee General Assembly in Nashville. Twelve of them gathered just lately on the thirtieth flooring of the Tennessee Tower for a celebration luncheon during which university officials, lawmakers and alumni thanked them for his or her commitment.

– March 28, MTSU legislative interns get close-up view of state politics
Terry was among 13 MTSU college students who labored as legislative interns during the latest session of the Tennessee General Assembly in Nashville. Twelve of them gathered recently on the 30th flooring of the Tennessee Tower for a celebration luncheon by which university officers, lawmakers and alumni thanked them for their commitment.

December 20, Collaboration provides hands-on classes in politics, media

While the presidential election could have been the year’s greatest information story for lots of, it was the fictional congressional campaign in Tennessee’s fictitious 10th District that captured the eye of scholars in two courses of political science and mass communication.

September 17, Political and Civic Engagement Minor
Dr. Stephen Morris, chair of the MTSU Department of Political Science, describes the Political and Civic Engagement Minor, which is designed to maximize experiential learning within the political area.

November 14, Mock trial squad wins Mid-South event
An MTSU staff was crowned champion of the Mid-South Mock Trial Invitational Tournament held at Middle Tennessee State University Nov. 11-12.

September 20, p.1 New poli-sci minor awakens citizenship
In this politically charged era, the MTSU Department of Political Science is stepping ahead with a model new minor, Political and Civic Engagement, to information students in turning into more absolutely concerned in their society.


April 15, MTSU Student Hosts Mother To Mother Diaper Drive
MTSU Student Hosts Mother To Mother Diaper Drive
Middle Tennessee State University psychology pupil Holly Braswell collected over 1,500 diapers for Mother To Mother Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides Tennessee families with necessary gadgets to care for their infants and younger youngsters.

April 15, Mother To Mother Diaper Drive

Mother to Mother Diaper Drive
Diapers are one of the important needs for any mother or father. There is an enormous demand for them and a lot of girls cannot afford to purchase them. Food stamps is not going to even cowl them. We are attempting to make it a little simpler for these underprivileged mothers to deal with their children. Please donate diapers!!

December 2, Class project helps save lives, educate students
MTSU college students from Dr. Catherine Crooks’ psychology class participated in an HIV testing event as a project. The project totaled over 5 hours, with almost 300 college students receiving test results, together with testing and counseling data.

Recording Industry

December 14, ‘Studio Saturdays’ assist MTSU recording trade, music college students build skilled partnerships
MTSU Recording Industry students are using Studio Saturdays to achieve professional expertise in the new Main Street Studios.

December 3, New ‘Main Street Studios’ fine-tune MTSU recording industry’s ‘Grammy-winner factory’ reputation [+VIDEO]/main-street-studios-fall21/
MTSU held a grand opening for its Main Street Studios, a studying facility created to provide a customized learning experience for future music-industry leaders.

May 20, Student-run Match Records creates opportunities of lifetime
MTSU’s personal report label, Match Records, is a student-operated label that gives alternatives for pupil artists to be scheduled for performances and interviews.

November 6, Recording professor helps audio college students study via video ‘studio’
Bill Crabtree, an Audio Production professor, created a digital TV studio in MTSU’s audio management room in an try and still provide a hands-on experience to his college students.

April 24, MTSU songwriters ‘Rise Up’ with poignant, ‘timeless’ music video impressed by remote-learning task
MTSU business songwriting college students, along with Odie Blackmon, helped to bring Caitlin Eadie’s music to life in Blackmon’s Advanced Commercial Songwriting class.

December 11, MTSU class gets ‘Grand Tour’ of country icon George Jones’ life with help from wife, museum visit [+VIDEO]
MTSU Commercial Songwriting students toured George Jones’ museum, in addition to obtained to take a seat down with Jones’ spouse, Nancy Jones.

November 8, MTSU’s Match Records reboots with four new artists, new emblem
MTSU’s report label, Match information, has now been relaunched by 4 students within the Department of Recording Industry.

August 20, MTSU on WGNS: ‘The Dolly Project’, United Nations panels, hands-on audio training
Associate professor, Frank Baird, discusses the numerous handson studying experiences his students have access to inside the Department of Recording Industry.

March 28, MTSU celebrates sixth go-round on Billboard’s music enterprise faculties list/billboard-music-schools-spr2019/
The MTSU Department of Recording Industry was awarded a spot on the listing of America’s high music enterprise faculties for the sixth 12 months in a row.

June 27, MTSU strikes chord on pop music education at 2018 APME conference [+VIDEO]
MTSU’s Odie Backmon oversaw the annual Association for Popular Music Education Conference hotels on the Blue Raider’s campus. Over one hundred seventy five music educators visited for four days of studying, demonstrations, and networking.

November 29, Big Time Producers take interest in MTSU student
MTSU student Natalie Madigan meets Producers
MTSU instructor Odie Blackmon launched student Natalie Madigan to producers and after their assembly with Tony Brown, Natalie has recorded certainly one of her songs with Tony producing and they’re presently working on vocals.

November 22, MTSU Songwriting awarded grant by ACM Lifting Lives Foundation
MTSU Songwriting Receives ACM Grant
MTSU Songwriting students will have more opportunities to find out about their profession due to them receiving a $10,000 grant by ACM Lifting Lives Foundation.

November 10, MTSU, pro songwriters help craft Operation Song’s second ‘veterans day’ for native service members
MTSU’s Commercial Songwriting Program welcomed 10 native veterans for Operation Song, which helps veterans through the use of music therapy.

November 6, ASCAP Awards on the Ryman Auditorium
80 MTSU Students attend ASCAP Awards
On November sixth, MTSU Department of Recording Industry college students attended the ASCAP awards at the historic Ryman Auditorium.

October 20, #1 Hit Songwriter Chuck Jones holds workshop for MTSU songwriting college students
Chuck Jones Looper Pedal Workshop
On October twentieth, 2017 Chuck Jones visited MTSU songwriting college students to carry a looper pedal workshop./odieblackmon/videos/ /

September eight and October thirteen, Nashville Songwriters Association International at MTSUNSAI Visitors at MTSUKnown artists in the Nashville music trade go to MTSU’s campus to coach members of the Nashville Songwriters Association International Chapter of MTSU.

June eleven, Bonnaroo 2017 Wrap: Experience for MTSU Students “Can’t be Beat”
Multimedia scholar journalists coated greater than 20 musical performances, plus two comedy shows as well as produced different news and have stories for shops ranging from USA TODAY Network-Tennessee to NowPlayingNashville.com to MTSU’s student-run publication Sidelines.

April 20, MTSU entertains public, fights starvation at April 24 ‘End of Semester Show’
AcornPeopleEndofSemesterShowMTSU’s leisure neighborhood is coming collectively Monday, April 24, for an “End of Semester Show” aimed at showcasing campus talent and business partnerships with an eye towards serving to hungry fellow college students, too! Click on the next link to view a video made by students concerning the event;/watch?v=eV0TdSk94Fo

March 31, Mac Davis and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame give back to MTSU scholar songwriters
Mac Davis and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame give back to MTSU scholar songwritersNashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member, Mac Davis, visited MTSU songwriting students on Friday, March 31.

March 20, Hoodoo and the Blues (and what’s Mojo anyway?)
Hoodoo and the BluesOn Monday March 20 at 11:30 am on the Center for Popular Music, Professor Odie Blackmon explores the African-American folks magic, Hoodoo, and its influence on Blues lyrics!

March 1, MFA Audio and Songwriting Practicum Students Record with A-List Musicians
MFA Audio and Songwriting Practicum Students
MTSU Commercial Songwriting college students and MFA students collaborate with skilled songwriters and musicians to report and launch songs.

October 21, ‘MTSU On the Record’ research music transition from keys to discs
/dahan-on-the-record-oct2016/A company that recorded some of the most important sounds of American music was the primary focus of a current “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

December 2, MTSU seniors acknowledged for plans to restore three songwriters’ copyrights
/chitwood-award-winners-2016/Two MTSU seniors are the twin recipients of MTSU’s 2016 Chitwood Award for Excellence for their plans to assist three best-selling songwriters reclaim possession of two of their in style compositions.

November 1, Songwriting Trios Help Local Veterans at MTSU ‘Operation Song’
/operation-song-fall2016/The day could’ve been one other workday for seven Nashville songwriters and another co-writing project in an MTSU experiential studying course for seven advanced business songwriting students.

December 16, MTSU songwriting classes get a ‘lift’ from ACM grant for visiting execs
/acm-songwriting-grant-2015/MTSU songwriting college students will have extra opportunities to study from visiting professionals in the first section of a new “Music Row in Murfreesboro” project funded by a $10,000 grant from an arm of the Academy of Country Music.

June 23, ASCAP hosts private showcase for MTSU songwriting program
/ascap-private-showcase-2015/ASCAP lately held a personal showcase at their workplaces for Nashville music publishers showcasing Middle Tennessee State University’s songwriting program.

December eight, MTSU songwriting stars take stage for Nashville profit concert
/mtsu-songwriting-concert-dec14/A special MTSU songwriting profit live performance drew a full house of enthusiastic supporters to hear headlining alumnus Eric Paslay, fellow Grammy-nominated songwriter Dylan Altman and a half-dozen MTSU recording industry students.

October 14, Singing Praises: A Music Row chart topper tips his hat to MTSU
/singing-praises/Even although Murfreesboro native Chris Young by no means graduated from MTSU, the 28-year-old credit a lot of his success as a chart-topping nation music artist to his time spent as a student.

September 23, MTSU and ASCAP Team for Fledgling Writers
/2010/09/mtsu-and-ascap-team-for-fledgling-writers/MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry and the Nashville office of ASCAP are helping to turn schooling into careers with a successful commercial songwriting partnership, “Partners in Craft.”


November 2, ‘MTSU On the Record’ guest previews 2016 presidential election
/syler-on-the-record-oct2015/A take a glance at the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates via the eyes of scholars was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

October 23, Join MTSU college students Oct. 28 for analysis of hottest midterm elections
/2014-midterm-election-pregame/Curious about the hottest midterm Congressional races around the nation and what impact they might have on our nation? Count on MTSU’s newest marketing campaign analysts — students enrolled in Kent Syler’s special midterm elections course — to provide the answers Tuesday, Oct. 28.

Study Abroad

January 28, MTSU plans Education Abroad trip to explore New Zealand in May
/mtsu-plans-new-zealand-trip-2019/A 16-day schooling overseas trip is being provided through the Leisure, Sport, and Tourism Studies Program to the North Island of New Zealand.

May 22, MTSU Scholars head Overseas with Coveted State Department Language Scholarships
/language-scholars-summer2017/Two MTSU scholars will depart quickly for far-flung areas of the globe after winning prestigious monetary stipends. Bonnie Walker and Ethan McHugh are amongst more than 500 students at U.S. schools and universities who obtained 2017 Critical Language Scholarships from the us Department of State.

November 13, Find your place on the planet at MTSU Study Abroad Fair Nov. 19
/study-abroad-fair-2014/MTSU will put the world at its students’ fingertips at its annual Study Abroad Fair Wednesday, Nov. 19, within the Student Union’s first-floor foyer. The event, which provides college students with details about studying in different countries, is slated for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 19.

July 9, Students construct sturdy future in study-abroad partnership
/fukushima-study-abroad/By journeying to earthquake-scarred Fukushima, Japan, in June, 10 students can lay claim to being the founding fathers and moms of a new annual study-abroad alternative at MTSU.

– June 5, Students head to Fukushima for cleanup element
/fukushima-study-abroad-service/A contingent of 10 students and two professors from MTSU left Nashville June four to take part in the cleanup and rebuilding mission in Fukushima, Japan.

Textiles, Merchandising & Design

April 19, Follow MTSU college students ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ at style show April 23
/runway-show-2022-april2022/Thirty college students from MTSU’s Textile, Merchandising and Design Program will participate within the 2022 TXMD Runway Show titled “Down the Rabbit Hole.”

April 18, Fashion, Design students excel at Nashville Fashion Week
/fashion-design-students-excel-at-nashville-fashion-week/MTSU Textile, Merchandising, and Design students just lately had the opportunity to volunteer with Nashville Fashion Week working behind the scenes to assist designers and models all through the shows.

June 30, MTSU professor designs properties, companies with well being in thoughts
/brickey-design-certification/Dr. Janis Brickey of the Department of Human Sciences is now a “WeLL” accredited professor according to the International WELL Building Institute.

April 12, MTSU fashion promotion students showcase African couture April sixteen
/fashion-runway-show-2016/MTSU college students who main in textiles, merchandising and design will strut their stuff in an end-of-semester extravaganza. The program’s annual Fashion Runway Show is scheduled for five p.m. Saturday, April 16, in Room 221 of the McWherter Learning Resources Center.

February 6, MTSU hosts successful National Quilts of Valor Sew Day occasion
/mtsu-hosts-quilts-event-2016/A group of space quilters, including MTSU students, gathered on the university Saturday, Feb. 6, to do their part to add a little bit of consolation to energetic army personnel and veterans.

January 21, Historic wedding gowns gown up spring for MTSU, Oaklands Mansion
/mtsu-oaklands-bridal-exhibit-2016/Fashion, cloth and one of the most unbelievable days in a couple’s life are captured within the “Wedding Dresses through the Decades” exhibit at present underway at Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro.

August 5, MTSU welcomes younger artists’ nationwide ‘Journey’ to Todd Gallery
/vsa-artists-exhibit-fall2015/MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery is welcoming works by 15 rising young artists from throughout America this month in a special touring exhibit, “The Journey,” that premiered on the Smithsonian Institution.

July eight, MTSU Guides International Project Showcasing Artists with Disabilities
/post/mtsu-guides-international-project-showcasing-artists-disabilities#stream/0An MTSU-coordinated labor of affection, pieced collectively by a group of worldwide artists and pals to rejoice the humanities, training and cultural exchanges, is now being spotlighted in Washington, D.C.

April 10, MTSU displays ‘Cosmic Couture’ on runway in April eleven trend show
/design-runway-show-spring-2015/Tomorrow’s clothes designers will display the fashions of the future within the annual Textiles, Merchandising and Design Runway Show.

January 8, MTSU helps Oaklands Museum once more celebrate bridal fashion in exhibit
/mtsu-oaklands-bridal-exhibit-2015/The marriage ceremony ceremony’s goal remains to form a lifelong union, but one of its centerpieces — the bride’s robe — has been remodeled to accommodate numerous styles over time.

April 16, ‘Great Gatsby’ fashion dominates at MTSU Fashion Runway Show
/fashion-show-video2014/The MTSU Department of Human Sciences offered its annual Fashion Runway Show April eleven in the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building.

-April three, ‘Great Gatsby’ type dominates MTSU Fashion Runway Show April eleven
/fashion-runway-show-2014/The MTSU Department of Human Sciences will present its annual Fashion Runway Show at 7 p.m. Friday, April 11, within the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building.

February 3, MTSU helps style ‘Wedding Dresses Through the Ages’ exhibit
/wedding-dresses-exhibit-2014/When Chloe Calhoun was choosing her wedding robe, she mentioned she had no thought it would turn into a half of an award-winning annual exhibit.

April four, MTSU struts on the runway during annual Fashion Week
/fashion-week-2013/MTSU’s second annual Fashion Week shines a spotlight on every little thing from plus-size clothes to “Alice in Wonderland.”

April four, Students set sail with type in ‘Bon Voyage!’ style show
/student-fashion-show/“Bon Voyage!” is the theme of MTSU’s spring 2012 Student Design Fashion Show slated for 7 p.m. Saturday, April 21, within the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building.


April 20, MTSU dancers whisk winter away at Spring Dance Concert April /spring-dance-concert-2022/MTSU dance college students and faculty performed on the MTSU Dance Theatre’s 2022 Spring Dance Concert at Tucker Theatre.

September 24, MTSU Theatre’s ‘Busie Body’ kicks off season with Restoration comedy
/busie-body-fall21/The MTSU Theatre Department begins their season with an 18th century comedy from English writer Susan Centlivre.

March 19, MTSU Theatre students collaborate with Nashville Rep for ’10-Minute Play Festival’
/10-minute-plays-spring21/MTSU Theatre and Dance college students have partnered with the Nashville Repertory Theatre to perform a half-dozen plays in the MTSU Theatre 6×10: 10-Minute Play Festival.

April 6, MTSU Theatre prepares the best way for ‘Godspell’ online [+VIDEO]
/godspell-spring21/MTSU Theatre college students performed the Tony-nominated musical “Godspell” in Tucker Theatre for online audiences.

July 26, Embodied Exploration
/embodied-exploration/Professor Meg Brooker incorporates experiential learning into all processes within the Department of Theatre and Dance. Brooker promotes embodied research, during which college students put themselves “into an experimental area.”

September 22, Some tickets still available for this week’s ‘American Tall Tales’
/american-tall-tales-2014/“American Tall Tales” features student- and faculty-written tunes and tales about unbelievable characters like Pecos Bill, John Henry, Slue-Foot Sue, Annie Christmas and Johnny Appleseed. The present focuses on household fun with 7:30 p.m. performances set this Wednesday via Saturday, Sept. 24-27, at MTSU and a 2 p.m. matinee deliberate for Sunday, Sept. 28.

November 5, 2013-Bring the household, join the fun for MTSU’s ‘Year with Frog and Toad’
/mtsuarts-frog-and-toad/MTSU Arts is bringing a beloved children’s collection of books about friendship to life — and to Tennessee — on the Tucker Theatre stage with an hourlong musical manufacturing of “A Year with Frog and Toad.”

October 17, Get creeped out with ‘Legend of Sleepy Hollow’
/get-creeped-out-with-sleepy-hollow/MTSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance is scaring the community with its season opener, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” with reveals set Oct. 29 and 31 within the newly renovated Tucker Theatre.

November three, Flight of Foot
/flight-of-foot/MTSU dance creates an inventive illustration of experiential learning and academic research of their production of “Exodus.”