In celebration of the new curriculum improvement program, MT Engage, MTSU hosted a kick-off event on Thursday afternoon.
The event celebrated the new initiative to further involve students in their pursuit of a degree by offering door prizes, an address from President McPhee, and the opportunity to vote on the logo for MT Engage.
Sixteen students entered their original designs for the program and the final three were voted on by attendees on the Student Union commons, including President McPhee. The idea behind the contest was to allow students to engage themselves in the design of the program.
“This event totally captures the essence of MT Engage. Our class was given the opportunity to engage in MTSU by helping to plan the event,” said Morgan Mosley, a senior, committee member and speaker at the event. “Students were given the opportunity to engage by designing a logo for the contest. On top of that, every person on campus will have the opportunity to engage by voting for the logo that will be used by MT Engage.”
MT Engage is being developed by a team of students and faculty as a part of MTSU’s Quality Enhancement Plan to meet requirements of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
For more information on MT Engage or MTSU’s QEP, visit http://www.mtsu.edu/QEP/
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