The recently completed program will help children and others to understand the effects of different human activities, including construction sites and farms.
Industry leaders and others in higher education joined MTSU officials in celebrating the awarding of a $614,000-plus National Science Foundation grant to recruit qualified female and minority applicants for the mechatronics engineering program
MTSU will use a $120,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to will help higher education faculty improve their students’ understanding of diverse cultures.
The interdisciplinary program “will explore the historical roots of religious intolerance and conflict in the South along with successful examples of religious pluralism in Tennessee communities,” according to the grant proposal.
MTSU will join forces with Cleveland State Community College and Jackson State Community College to implement the program.
A Maker Space provides equipment and tools entrepreneurs need to develop prototypes.
Mayors from across Sumner County gathered at Volunteer State Community College to salute volunteerism.
Named a Rewards School for performance in 2014, Collegiate High ranks in the top five percent of schools for performance and the top five percent of schools for progress.
When President Barack Obama visited East Tennessee in January, he introduced Americas College Promise and launched a manufacturing innovation hubboth with ties to Pellissippi State Community College.
In honor of 100 years of academics, Tennessee Tech University begins its Centennial Celebration Friday, March 27, with a ”Charter Day” ceremony.
A Tennessee Tech University computer science associate professor is organizing a conference to bring together industry professionals and higher education faculty and students.
Behind a glass door on the third floor of the Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library is a technology lab that allows anyone to step into a human heart, jump into a polluted river, and design, build and test devices and prototypes.