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Middle Tennessee State University faculty has decided not to take a referendum on President Sidney McPhees leadership while the sexual harassment lawsuit against him is pending. During the March 8 debate, senior professors warned that a vote could divide MTSU irreparably. (The Tennessean, 3/9/04)

The University of Tennessee at Martin will begin accepting students in Fall 2004 into its newly approved dance-education program, the only such program in Tennessee. (UTM Web site)
Middle Tennessee State University faculty has decided not to take a referendum on President Sidney McPhee's leadership while the sexual harassment lawsuit against him is pending. During the March 8 debate, senior professors warned that a vote could divide MTSU irreparably. (The Tennessean, 3/9/04)

The University of Tennessee at Martin will begin accepting students in Fall 2004 into its newly approved dance-education program, the only such program in Tennessee. (UTM Web site)

Tennessee State University will offer two new private investigator's courses through its continuing education department beginning March 26. TSU is the only institution in Middle Tennessee that offers P.I. courses. (TSU Web site)

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga voted to accept a 200-acre tract in Hamilton County from the U.S. Department of Education. The land will be used for environmental and ecological studies. (UT Web site)

Middle Tennessee State University is raising its admissions standards to slow enrollment. Students must have a 3.0 GPA (up from 2.8) or a 22 on the ACT (up from 20). In addition, MTSU is moving admissions and scholarship deadlines up to July 1. (The Tennessean, 3/2/04)