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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — The nonprofit Alive Hospice has announced that it will be opening a new facility in Rutherford County.

The Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency approved an application for the charity to begin working toward a June 2016 opening of a free-standing facility in Murfreesboro.

Alive Hospice currently provides care for terminally ill patients and grief support services in Rutherford County, but CEO AnnaGene O’Neal says the new facility will be available for patients needing a more intensive level of hospice care.

— MTSU's Department of Recording Industry is on an international list of acclaimed schools touted by The Hollywood Reporter that includes Juilliard, Berklee, Yale and even London's Royal College of Music.

The department’s music business program is part of the magazine's "Top 25 Music Schools 2014," which was published online and in the Nov. 14 edition of The Hollywood Reporter.

There was cause — and nearly $200,000 reasons — for celebration on the MTSU campus Thursday (Oct. 30).

The university announced a two-year, $195,000 National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to further the advancement of women in STEM — or science, technology, engineering and mathematics — and potentially all female students and staff at MTSU.

There was cause — and nearly $200,000 reasons — for celebration on the MTSU campus Thursday (Oct. 30).

The university announced a two-year, $195,000 National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to further the advancement of women in STEM — or science, technology, engineering and mathematics — and potentially all female students and staff at MTSU.

Millennials making waves in the American workforce

Oct 30, 2014
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  More than 200 mid-state business executives are set to attend a conference that asks: How do companies deal effectively with employees raised entirely in the digital age?

Jones College of Business at Middle Tennessee State University is hosting the sold out conference Friday. College Dean David Urban notes that by the year 2020, 40 percent of the American workforce will be Millennials; young people who reached adulthood in the year 2000.

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