23 junio de 2015 / Eduardo González Gómez de la Mata
A look back at MTSU’s top news
CST 2, 2015
Ken Paulson (left), dean of MTSU’s College of Mass Communication, confers with adjunct professor Pat Embry and Michael Fleming, associate professor in the Recording Industry department, at the media tent on the grounds of the 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Arts festival.(Photo: MTSU)
MTSU Professor Emeritus Harold Baldwin jokes with the audience after cutting the ribbon on the new site of the photo gallery
cheap ray bans that bears his name Monday night in the Bragg Mass Communication Building. Baldwin Photographic Gallery curator Tom Jimison is at center right holding the ribbon. Also celebrating are from left, behind Baldwin, Roy Moore, former dean of the College of Mass Communication; MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee; current mass comm dean Ken Paulson; and Billy Pittard, chair of the Department of Electronic Media Communication. 8 business seminar at the university. Facing the crowd are, from left, panel moderator Pat Embry, director of MTSU’s John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies; Bonnaroo co founders Ashley Capps, Rick Furman and Jonathan Mayers; Charlie Jennings, Bonnaroo director of operations; Bryan Benson, vice president for Bonnaroo co producer AC Entertainment; and Russ Bennett, Bonnaroo’s head of visual design. (MTSU photo by J. From left are Dr. Lana Seivers, dean of the MTSU College of Education; MTSU mascot Lightning; Dr. Sidney A. McPhee, MTSU president; Dr. Sherry King, principal of Homer Pittard Campus School; Dr. Rita Schaerer King, president of Friends of Campus School; and Rutherford County Schools Director Don Odom. McPhee Thursday, Nov. 6, during the kickoff of Middle Tennessee State University’s next curriculum improvement initiative called MT Engage. McPhee cast the first vote in a student logo contest held on the Student Union Commons. From left are senior Chris Robertson of La Vergne, Tennessee, director of EMC Productions; ESPN’s Rece Davis, who served as host
cheap ray bans for the awards event; senior Justin Beasley of Humboldt, Tennessee; and junior Joshua Cragg of Murfreesboro. McPhee
cheap ray ban outlet (left of Raitt) and Ken Paulson, dean of the College of Mass Communication, before the Americana Music Festival’s pre Grammy salute to Phil Everly at the Troubadour club on Saturday, Jan. 25, in West Hollywood. McPhee (center) presents a banner from the university to Miao Jianhua (second from right), director of the Guangxi Botanical Garden of Medicinal Plants in Nanning, China, after signing an agreement Monday to extend a research pact between the entities until 2021. Assistant professor Iris Gao (far left), state Sen. Bill Ketron (next to Gao) and professor Elliot Altman (far right) accompanied McPhee to the ceremony. McPhee and first lady Elizabeth McPhee at The Nashville Business Journal’s inaugural Women in Music City Awards. Keel and Scott were honored at the event, held
cheap ray bans Monday night at the Omni Nashville Hotel. (MTSU photo by J. 15, opening ceremony for the facility. Joining in the celebration are, from left, John Hood, MTSU director of government and community affairs; Chancellor John Morgan of the Tennessee Board of Regents; MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee, Gov. Bill Haslam; and state Sen. Bill Ketron. (MTSU photo by J.
The year started with churches in the community coming together to help provide emergency grants for MTSU students in a financial pinch. Throughout the year, a number of agreements including several with Chinese universities were signed and partnerships forged to provide MTSU students and prospective students a better opportunity to enhance their educations and obtain their degrees. Coordinated by MTSU first lady Elizabeth McPhee, "Building Community: An Event for MTSU" was organized by a committee of local church leaders to assist MTSU students needing emergency financial assistance.
Students, faculty and staff grabbed markers in support of nonviolence as the university continued its observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by tying his message of peace with the campus’ True Blue community values. Student artists painted versions of "I AM true BLUE" on several banners that hung across campus for anyone to sign with a statement of why they are True Blue.
Friends and colleagues joined together to honor MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and his wife, Elizabeth McPhee, at The City Schools Foundation’s seventh annual Excellence in Education Celebration. The celebration was held at Stones River Country Club and featured John Pittard Elementary. Money raised benefited Murfreesboro City Schools’ pre K through sixth grade students.
MTSU and the College of Mass Communication partnered with the Franklin based Americana Music Association for an event at the legendary Troubadour nightclub in West Hollywood, California, to honor the late Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers, who died in 2013. Mass Comm Dean Ken Paulson, President Sidney A. McPhee and Beverly Keel, chair of the Department of Recording Industry, met with MTSU alumni and friends in Southern California. Laird, who earned his recording industry degree from MTSU in 2001, also co wrote six of the album’s 12 tracks, including three with co producer Shane McAnally.Articles Connexes：