Children listen with rapt attention to a teacher at the MTSU Child Development Center, where youngsters will participate in Camp Read-a-Lot and Camp STEM this summer.
If you think your teenagers are restless when school is not in session, try keeping youngsters ages 3 to 5 occupied.
MTSU’s Child Development Center intends to do just that with two inaugural camps this summer. Camp Read-a-Lot is scheduled for June 16-20, and Camp STEM is slated for July 21-25.
Up to 12 children will attend each camp from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. The fee is $30 per camp, but both camps already are full with youngsters who attend the center on a regular basis during the school year.
WASHINGTON (AP/WMOT) — A regional environmental organization says it thinks the Tennessee Valley Authority will have little trouble meeting new pollution standards announced today by the Obama administration.
Monday morning Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a plan that will cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by nearly a third over the next 15 years.
Three members of MTSU's EMC Productions student TV production team accept the top national collegiate honor Wednesday for “Outstanding Live Game and Event Production” at the 2014 College Sports Media Awards in Atlanta. From left are senior Chris Robertson of La Vergne, Tennessee, director of EMC Productions; ESPN's Rece Davis, who served as host for the awards event; senior Justin Beasley of Humboldt, Tennessee; and junior Joshua Cragg of Murfreesboro. (Photo courtesy of Mike Forbes)
MTSU’s student production team has taken a top national award for their live broadcast coverage of a January men’s basketball matchup inside Murphy Center.
Members of EMC Productions, all top students in the university’s Department of Electronic Media Communication, won the “Outstanding Live Game and Event Production” collegiate category at the 2014 College Sports Media Awards, which were announced Wednesday in Atlanta.