Top Stories

Convocation speaker’s message to students: ‘Be better citizens’

MTSU’s 15th University Convocation speaker made reference to the best-selling book he co-authored and was read by more than 3,000 new freshmen and transfer students this year. But civility and respect were at the heart of Rajiv Chandrasekaran's … [Read More...]

McPhee stresses retention, faculty salaries at Fall Faculty event [+VIDEO]

MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee stressed the challenges of increasing student retention and faculty salaries in the face of limited funding resources during his traditional State of the University address Thursday, Aug. 18, inside Tucker … [Read More...]

Sayward, Franklin to advise U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Two MTSU educators have been appointed to the Tennessee Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. The Washington, D.C.-based federal commission announced MTSU's Professor Amy Sayward of the Department of History and … [Read More...]

Student News

Eighteen new cadets join MTSU ROTC program at swearing-in ceremony

MTSU’s military science program ushered in the fall 2016 semester with a brief but formal swearing-in ceremony as 18 newly contracted students took the oath Friday, Aug. 19, on campus after passing their physical training exercise Aug. … [Read More...]

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Faculty/Staff News

‘MTSU On the Record’ guest denounces tobacco suit ‘malpractice’

An historian who takes members of his own discipline to task for “historical malpractice” will be the guest on the next “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with historian Louis Kyriakoudes will air from 8 to … [Read More...]

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Special Events

Keyboard Artist Series kicks off new season with Sept. 11 concert

MTSU’s School of Music is opening the second year of its popular Keyboard Artist Series Sunday, Sept. 11, with a free public concert by associate piano professor Adam Clark in the university’s Wright Music Building. Clark’s 3 p.m. … [Read More...]

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Alumni News

Pigskin Pre-Game event kicks off MTSU football season Aug. 27

The annual Pigskin Pre-Game will once again kick off the MTSU Blue Raiders football season for alumni and friends of the university. A fundraiser for the Alumni Legacy Scholarship, the event will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, at The … [Read More...]

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Campus Community

Free MTSU rape-defense classes begin Sept. 7 with new safety training

MTSU’s in-demand Rape Aggression Defense classes have a new element of security for safety-conscious women on and around the MTSU campus this fall: free training in aerosol defense. The MTSU Police Department’s newest five-week session of … [Read More...]

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Lectures & Guest Speakers

Seddon returns to EYH for STEM keynote; register by Aug. 25

Girls and young women attending the Oct. 22 Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference at MTSU will be in for a treat: the keynote speaker for the very first EYH in 1997 will be addressing the participants at the 20th annual … [Read More...]

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