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Category: President's Post

Carr, delegation honor MTSU with resolution

Carr, delegation honor MTSU with resolution

April 6 2012


On April 5, Rep. Joe Carr arranged for MTSU to be honored by the Tennessee General Assembly with a special resolution commemorating our Centennial of Service to the state and region. It was a wonderful, inspiring day at th...

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MTSU Trailblazers Recognized During Black History Month

MTSU Trailblazers Recognized During Black History Month

February 29 2012


Middle Tennessee State University celebrated Black History Month in February with many wonderful events. I was pleased to attend many of the observances, including the 2012 Unity Luncheon on Feb. 6 that recognized a trio o...

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Improvements, Pay Raises Also In Governor's Budget Proposal

Improvements, Pay Raises Also In Governor's Budget Proposal

February 3 2012

The governor’s budget proposal also included several other projects of interest to the University community. It recommends a 2.1 percent reduction, or $1.6 million, in our state budget appropriation. This reduction is sign...

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Good News On Our Science Building

Good News On Our Science Building

February 3 2012
The University received some very good news from Governor Bill Haslam when he announced that our long-awaited and much-needed Science Building project was included in his 2012-2013 Budget Proposal. I was honored to be on the H...

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Science Building Remains No. 1 Priority

Science Building Remains No. 1 Priority

January 12 2012
In September, Gov. Bill Haslam asked the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) to request that the Tennessee Board of Regents and University of Tennessee systems conduct a review of their priority lists of existing capital o...

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