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8:17am

Tue December 4, 2012
Business

Alumnus Williams Joins MTSU ODK Fall Initiates

Alumnus and NewsChannel5 investigative reporter Phil Williams was special alumnus inductee at the Omicron Delta Kappa fall initiation ceremony Friday, Nov. 30, in the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building amphitheater.


In all, 16 student initiates, two ODK circle squires and three MTSU faculty/administrators joined Williams, a 1985 graduate from MTSU and the honors program, in the ceremony.


“We had a good number of initiates,” Honors College Dean John Vile said. “It truly was a wonderful evening.”

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12:12pm

Tue November 20, 2012
Business

Manufacturing a Bright Spot in State's Economic Recovery

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  Tennessee’s manufacturing plants continue to be a bright spot in the state’s economic recovery.

The trade magazine Manufacturing News reports that Tennessee plants that make transportation related products experienced dramatic employment growth last year, expanding by nearly 11 percent. Companies that build machinery and plants that do metal fabrication also saw significant gains.

Memphis is Tennessee’s top city for manufacturing employment, followed by Nashville and Chattanooga.

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8:34am

Tue November 20, 2012
Business

Apply by December 1 to be Considered for Top MTSU Scholarships

For high school seniors planning to attend MTSU in the 2013-14 academic year and wanting first priority for freshman academic scholarships, the deadline to apply is Saturday, Dec. 1.


Completed applications must be postmarked Dec. 1 or delivered to the Office of Admissions by 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, said Melinda Thomas, MTSU director of recruiting.

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9:22am

Fri November 16, 2012
Business

New MTSU Basic and Applied Sciences Dean Gives Team More Responsibility

Bud Fischer, New Dean of Basic and Applied Sciences prepares to address faculty

In his first State of the College address, Dean Bud Fischer charted a new course for the MTSU College of Basic and Applied Sciences.

Fischer, on the job for 100 days, gave more administrative control to the 10 departments’ chairs and faculty during his approximately 50-minute address Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Keathley University Center Theater.

When it comes to decisions that are directly related to the operation of the departments such as funding travel, Fischer said he would leave decisions to the departments.

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8:20am

Mon October 8, 2012
Business

MTSU Honors Families Whose Acreage Became Site of First Campus

MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee Honors Families Who Donated Property that Became the Original site for Middle Tennessee State Normal School

Middle Tennessee State University marked another banner day in its history Saturday as the area around Walnut Grove was named for the two families whose property became the campus of the original Middle Tennessee State Normal School.


A group of dignitaries witnessed the placement of three markers around the area, designating it Harrison-Black Circle for Tom Harrison and Joe Black, the landowners who sold 20 acres to the Tennessee Board of Education for $5,000. They donated 80 additional acres.

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