MAY 7, 2013 BY MTSU NEWS AND MEDIA RELATIONS
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — On this day, they weren't students; they were consultants. They weren't classmates; they were competitors.
Two student teams in MTSU professor Jackie Gilbert's Principles of Management-Experiential Learning class squared off this semester — not in an MTSU classroom, but in the very real-world environment of the Nissan Americas headquarters in Franklin, Tenn. Read more
APRIL 24, 2013
SANDESTIN, FL. — Carol Swayze, EXL Program Director at Middle Tennessee State University, receives the Outstanding Credit Program Award from the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) South Outstanding Credit Program in recognition of the excellent nature and results of the Experiential Learning Program. Also in the photo are Amy Johnson, ACHE South Regional President and David Grebel, ACHE President. We extend our congratulations to Carol for her excellent work with this program.
MARCH 25, 2013
MURFREESBORO, TENN. — MTSU students enrolled in Dr. Clare Bratten's Seminar in Media Issues class are creating a media campaign for the Tennessee Foreign Language Institute's (TFLI) ESL to Go program. Read more
NOVEMBER 29, 2012 BY MTSU NEWS AND MEDIA RELATIONS
Students in Dr. Jackie Gilbert's Principles of Management class at MTSU are taking a stand against bullying, whether in social settings on campus, in the free-for-all interactions of cyberspace or inside corporate offices. Read more
NOVEMBER 28, 2012 BY MTSU NEWS AND MEDIA RELATIONS
MTSU is positioning itself as a model university in this area with its Experiential Learning Scholars Program, or EXL, which was recently commended by a regional accrediting organization for its impact and effectiveness after five years of existence. Read more
Dr. Jill Austin, left, a professor of management and marketing at MTSU, accepts thanks at a recent reception from university President Sidney A. McPhee for her dedication to the Experiential Learning Program. (MTSU photos by J. Intintoli)