• CBAS
    MTSU's 360-degree,
    wrap-around simulator
    provides an unequaled level of preparation for air traffic controllers
  • CBAS
    Racing alternative-fueled vehicles requires technology, skill, and luck
  • CBAS
    Jeannie Stubblefield's research on mass fatalities won first place at a Homeland Security Summit
  • CBAS
    Chemistry professor
    Tibor Koritsanszky
    helps scientists peer
    deep inside molecules
  • CBAS
    More than 800 technology-related jobs go unfilled
    in the mid-state area annually
  • CBAS
    Heather Brown, researcher and department chair, shows a piece of pervious concrete
  • CBAS
    At NASA's annual race, MTSU's moon buggy team is consistently the state's number one
  • CBAS
    Rain gardens fulfill a vital ecological role on campus
  • CBAS
    Geology students are on the crater rim of Mt. St. Helens volcano
  • CBAS
    Professor Xiaoya Zha examines the beginning of graph theory
  • CBAS
    Physics professor Daniel Erenso uses laser beams to investigate sickle cell diseases
  • CBAS
    MTSU's Naked Eye Observatory offers a unique way to study the solar system

College of Basic and Applied Sciences Development Director

Dev DirMrs. Amy C. Hardin

CBAS Development Director 

email: 
Amy.Hardin@mtsu.edu 
office: Jones Hall 155 
phone: (615) 898-5003 
fax: (615) 898-2615
mail: MTSU Box 83 
Murfreesboro, TN 37132 

Responsibilities
The CBAS Development Officer is responsible for all aspects of fundraising for the College of Basic &  Applied Sciences. Duties include raising funds for scholarships, professorships, building projects, and capital campaigns. Most importantly, the Development Officer facilitates relationships with donors, which leads to larger gifts in the future and also helps build a history of giving to Middle Tennessee State University.

 
Professional Background 
Amy Caswell Hardin joined the staff at MTSU in June 2013.  She previously served as Assistant Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at Western Kentucky University and as Director of Development for WKU Libraries/Kentucky Museum/Student Affairs. 
 
Amy received her BA (2002) and MPA (2010) from WKU and is currently enrolled in the EdD program at WKU with an emphasis on post-secondary leadership.  She served on the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Kentucky conference planning committee and was named Newcomer of the Year in 2008 at the CASE-KY Conference. 
 
Amy and her husband, Mike, have been married for 10 years, and have a 2 year old son, JW.