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.
Mission: The mission of partnerships at MTSU is to encourage the development of important bonds and connections that lead to a sharing of human, spatial, financial and knowledge resources.
Vision: MTSU will be a recognized leader among comprehensive public universities that emphasize undergraduate education while also having a significant commitment to graduate and research programs and to partnership-centered outreach programs.
Definition: Partnership is defined as a mutually beneficial relationship between two or more institutions including: Businesses, Industries, Universities, School systems, Service organizations, and Non-profit organizations...that allow goals to be accomplished that are beyond the reach of any one party acting alone.
Partnerships encourage development of important bonds and connections that lead to a sharing of human, spatial, financial, and knowledge resources.
President McPhee's Comments from his August 2001 Inaugural
"We must strengthen our relationships with the community by developing alliances with business, industry, the school systems, and the city and county."
Rosemary W. Owens, EdD
Middle Tennessee State University
111 Cope Administration
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
In a ceremony featuring traditional Chinese music, dancers and a man in a giant panda suit, leaders of the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring and MTSU signed a pact Friday, Sept. 26, that they hope will lead to future cultural collaborations.
The MTSU Stormwater Program is joining the Stones River National Battlefield and eight other partners for a Saturday, Sept. 27, cleanup event to improve Old Fort Park in Murfreesboro.
Middle Tennessee State University representatives will be among a host of area agencies gathering Oct. 20 in Murfreesboro to educate and engage the public on the importance of protecting the area’s water supply.