UNIVERSITY NEWS MT 'Out of the Blue'

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    "The June 2020 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s TV magazine show, "Out of the Blue,” features Zoom interviews with three professors discussing nationally-recognized programs and projects that are providing one-of-a-kind opportunities for students. Join us to hear from:

    • Dr. Dave Wood, Martin Chair of Insurance in the Jones College of Business, highlights the amazing career opportunities of MTSU's number one nationally ranked Risk Management and Insurance program.

    • Dr. Jennifer Kates, English professor and Director of MTSU Write, discusses this from-home mentorship program within the English Department. It is a three-semester program, working with new and experienced writers in fiction, non-fiction, poetry, screenwriting, and playwriting.

    • Paul Chilsen, an associate professor in the Department of Media Arts shares his journey leading a team of film production students into the Amazon rainforest of Brazil - a project that got the attention of National Geographic."
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