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Professor Bob Gordon, shown standing fourth from right in the second row, and his student team from MTSU's Department of Electronic Media Communication are already hard at work getting ready for the 2012 Capitol Street Party featuring headliner Luke Bryan. The College of Media and Entertainment's Mobile Production Truck is located at the corner of Second Avenue and Broadway. (MTSU photo)Carnegie CEC digital seal-web

Carnegie Foundation Recognizes MTSU for Community Engagement                                                                                                        Middle Tennessee State University has been recognized nationally for its community engagement efforts by a higher education research center. MTSU is among 240 colleges and universities across the country to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. MTSU is also among 157 of those institutions that was re-classified for the designation after having first achieved it in either 2006 or 2008. Meanwhile, 83 institutions received the classification for the first time for 2015, according to the Carnegie Foundation.

As a News Channel 2 videographer looks on, Mike Forbes, assistant director of technologies in the MTSU Department of Electronic Media Communication, works the control board inside the Multi-Agency Joint Information Center during a news conference Monday (Sept. 8) to kickoff National Preparedness Month. The event was held at the Tennessee Department of Military-TEMA headquarters on Sidco Drive in Nashville. (MTSU photo by J. Intintoli)    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 MTSU MAJIC TEMA Partnership                                                                                                                                                                          As a News Channel 2 videographer looks on, Mike Forbes, assistant director of technologies in the MTSU Department of Electronic Media Communication, works the control board inside the Multi-Agency Joint Information Center during a news conference Monday, Sept. 8, to kickoff National Preparedness Month.

Guanping Zheng, right, director of MTSU's Confucius Institute, addresses the crowd assembled for the signing of the partnership between Discovery Center CEO Tara McDougall, left, and MTSU University Provost Brad Bartel. (MTSU photos by Andrew Oppmann)

MTSU Confucius Institute Signs Pact with Discover Center                                                                                                                              In a ceremony featuring traditional Chinese music, dancers and a man in a giant panda suit, leaders of the Discovery Center at Murfreesboro Spring and MTSU signed a pact Friday, Sept. 26, that they hope will lead to future cultural collaborations.