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Alumna, now a Buddhist nun, outlines her life on ‘MTSU On the Record’

MTSU alumna Dolma Johanison, whose personal path has led her from toting a gun to becoming a nun, will be the guest on the next edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with Johanison will air from 5:30 to … [Read More...]

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MTSU WISTEM Center’s guest speaker energizes Nashville teens (+VIDEO)

The conversation from a national official to a group of budding East Nashville scientists was profound and to the point: Persevere. Stay focused. Never give up. Do and be your best at all times. These were some of the energizing messages LaDoris … [Read More...]

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Center for Popular Music acquires Grammy-winning Spring Fed Records

The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University has acquired the renowned Spring Fed Records from the Arts Center of Cannon County. The Arts Center has donated the Grammy-winning label’s name and rights and sold its existing … [Read More...]

Student News

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Second MTSU scholar earns grant from Phi Kappa Phi

Another MTSU student has received a stipend from the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate multidisciplinary honor society. Phi Kappa Phi has awarded a $1,000 study-abroad grant to Samuel Kane Hulsey, a junior majoring in Spanish and … [Read More...]

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Faculty/Staff News

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New MTSU vice provost has eye on students’ success

MTSU will welcome a new vice provost in September in a job with a singular focus: ensuring the academic success of the university’s students. Dr. Richard “Rick” Sluder, who currently serves as vice provost for recruitment and outreach at the … [Read More...]

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Special Events

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Upcoming workshop helps investigators evaluate death scenes

MTSU’s 2014 Death Scene Investigation Workshop, set Aug. 13-14 on campus, is aiming to help the people who work with death sites get ready to secure, investigate and prosecute deadly crimes. The free workshop, sponsored by MTSU’s Forensic … [Read More...]

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Alumni News

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TV sports journalism is in the picture on ‘MTSU On the Record’

An MTSU alumnus who will help usher in the SEC Network after producing at ESPN will be the guest on the next edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program.” Host Gina Logue’s interview with Lewis Harkness will air from 8 to 8:30 a.m. … [Read More...]

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Campus Community

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MTSU James Union Building closed for repairs

The James Union Building at MTSU is closed for repairs after a flash-flooding incident over the weekend damaged electrical equipment in the mechanical room of the building’s basement. Facilities personnel found the basement flooded when … [Read More...]

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Lectures & Guest Speakers

Guests for the July WGNS "Action Line" program featuring MTSU included (bottom left): Mike Novak, assistant director of the Confucius Institute at MTSU; (top, l to r) MTSU students Kaitlyn Roberts and Brittany Gardner and Dr. Debrah Sickler Voigt, associate professor of art education and director of the MTSU Scandinavia Abroad Program; and (bottom right, l to r) Dr. Holly S. Spooner, associate professor of horse science at MTSU and graduate student Sarah Newton-Cromwell. (MTSU photo by News and Media Relations)

WGNS features Confucius Institute, ‘Happiness’ exhibit, equine therapy

MTSU faculty and staff again shared their expertise with listeners of WGNS radio during the July 21 “Action Line” program with veteran host Bart Walker. The live program was broadcast on FM 100.5, 101.9 and AM 1450 from the WGNS studio in … [Read More...]

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