Officials with Middle Tennessee State University and China's Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine signed an agreement on Monday solidifying their ties with regard to cooperative research of agricultural residues and traditional medicine.
One of Middle Tennessee State University's newest researchers and institute directors delivered a different perspective -- the political economy and economic impact of tariffs on ginseng growers.
MTSU animation students are back home with some hardware after some hands-on teamwork, technical skills and creativity during the second annual Wonderful World: 2018 International Students Ocean Short Film Exhibition held in Guiyang, China.
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee began a lecture series Wednesday (May 9) that will take him to four Chinese universities as part of a concerted effort to share American culture with high-ability students who are considering potential study-abroad opportunities.
House Speaker Beth Harwell led a delegation of Tennessee legislators to campus Monday to learn more about Middle Tennessee State University's Tennessee Center for Botanical Medicine Research and its ongoing studies with non-psychotropic cannabinoids, which are derived from hemp.
Scientists have been "doing" teleportation since 2006, so why did China get so much media attention when they talked about it recently? With more, here is MTSU Professor Larry Burriss...
Middle Tennessee State University is playing host this week to a delegation of schoolchildren, teachers and administrators from China's Dongcheng Educational Group for the sixth in a series of reciprocal visits between the institutions.
Organizers of a China college opening this fall to help the country meet its demand for aerospace professionals approached Middle Tennessee State University on July 20th to form one of its first foreign partnerships.
Several Rutherford County schoolchildren, parents and teachers were welcomed to China last Tuesday as part of a unique educational exchange organized by MTSU.
Middle Tennessee State University's research of traditional Chinese herbal remedies in modern medicine took center stage Monday, May 16, at an international conference in China.
Middle Tennessee State University and Hangzhou Normal University, already partners in the operation of a Confucius Institute on the Murfreesboro campus, took steps Tuesday (May 10) to strengthen the relationship.
At a hearing to assess the state of U.S. relations with China, U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, cited China's increasingly aggressive land reclamation activity in the South and East China Seas as a strategic threat...
MTSU returned a favor to the Guangxi Botanical Garden of Medicinal Plants on Monday, affixing a plaque at a special laboratory on campus that recognizes their partnership in the study of ancient Chinese herbal remedies.
Some Tennessee school administrators will devote a small part of their summer to learning more about education in China. The Confucius Institute at MTSU is leading a delegation of educators...
Evidently, someone broke into the local eatery during the late evening hours of Monday.
Middle Tennessee State University signed an agreement Monday to extend its research partnership with the world’s largest medicinal herb garden in China through 2021.
XI’AN, CHINA — Middle Tennessee State University’s delegation to China headed home Wednesday after gaining a fifth new academic partner and setting plans for a group of Rutherford County schoolchildren and parents to visit Xi’an cultural sites in July.
(CHENZHOU, CHINA) -- Middle Tennessee State University’s latest delegation to China left the Hunan province Monday after gaining yet another educational partner and speaking with prospective students at three other institutions.
Middle Tennessee State University and Hangzhou Normal University on Monday extended its Confucius Institute partnership — and discussed an idea to expand it with the creation of a Chinese music and cultural center at MTSU.
Middle Tennessee State University signed an agreement Thursday that allows select juniors from China’s top communication university to complete their bachelor’s degree studies in Murfreesboro — and earn a master’s degree from MTSU — in one year.
Perhaps the most memorable section of the graduation was a speech by Madam Xu Lin from China.That memorable portion came in the form of an Elvis Presley song... Only You, that she sang to the graduates.
Earlier this month, WGNS told you about a newly formed educational partnership between MTSU, Rutherford County Schools, Murfreesboro City Schools and China.
Murfreesboro City Schools strengthened ties with a Chinese education group Thursday with an agreement facilitated by MTSU that promotes future educational and cultural exchanges involving elementary school students and educators.
MTSU will host this week a delegation of elementary and middle school children and educators from Hangzhou, China, who are visiting to develop student exchanges and cultural ties with Tennessee schools.
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