FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 2, 2010
EDITORIAL CONTACT: Gina Logue, 615-898-5081, or WMOT-FM, 615-898-2800
CRITICAL CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CASES EXPLAINED IN NEW BOOK
New Research Tool for Undergraduate Law Students Topic of “MTSU on the Record”
(MURFREESBORO) - Dr. John Vile, dean of the University Honors College, will discuss a new casebook for undergraduate law students on “MTSU on the Record” with host Gina Logue at 8 a.m. this Sunday, April 4, on WMOT-FM (89.5 and wmot.org).
Vile, an expert on constitutional law and former chair of the Department of Political Science, co-edited Constitutional Law in Contemporary America with Michelle D. Deardorff of Jackson State University and David Schultz of Hamline University. Volume I, titled “Institutions, Politics and Process,” is available for classroom adoption now. Volume II, which will cover civil rights and liberties, will be out in June. The text is available in paperback to help students save some money.
To hear last week’s program on the misclassification of construction workers and its impact on Tennessee tax collections, go to go to http://frank.mtsu.edu/~proffice/podcast2010.html and click on “March 28, 2010.” For more information about “MTSU on the Record,” contact Logue at 615-898-5081 or WMOT-FM at 615-898-2800.
With three Nobel Prize winners among its alumni and former faculty, Middle Tennessee State University confers master’s degrees in 10 areas, the Specialist in Education degree, the Doctor of Arts degree and the Doctor of Philosophy degree. MTSU is ranked among the top 100 public universities in the nation in the Forbes “America’s Best Colleges” 2009 survey.