Nearing the end of the semester, the MTSU Department of Military Science acknowledged student-cadets’ success in the classroom and in training efforts.
A number of cadets were recognized during the fall 2013 awards ceremony Tuesday (Nov. 26) in the Keathley University Center Theater.
“Despite many challenges, we have had a great fall,” said U.S. Army Lt. Col. Joel Miller, the professor of military science at MTSU. “We’re proud of all the accomplishments they’ve managed to achieve thus far.”
Award-winning filmmaker, civil rights advocate and interfaith leader Valarie Kaur will visit MTSU Monday, Nov. 25, to screen and discuss her documentary on post-Sept. 11 hate crimes and anti-Muslim sentiment, “Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath.”
A unique and historic partnership between the Rutherford County Property Assessor’s Office and the MTSU Department of Art has created the new Murfree Gallery for community art exhibits. The gallery's first exhibit, scheduled from Nov. 22 through Jan. 30, 2014, includes students from the MTSU Department of Art and several noteworthy community artists.
Title searchers, taxpayers and other visitors can enjoy works of community art while they rifle through paperwork and wait their turn for service at the Rutherford County Property Assessor’s Office, thanks to a unique partnership between the county office and the MTSU Department of Art.
The new Murfree Gallery, named for the family of Revolutionary War hero Col. Hardy Murfree for whom the city of Murfreesboro was renamed in 1811, will formally open Friday, Nov. 22, with a special reception and art exhibit in the downtown Rutherford County Office Building, 319 N. Maple St.