NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University undergraduate researchers took their scientific studies to the state capitol, meeting with their legislators as part of the 12th annual Posters at the Capitol.
Seven MTSU students were among 64 from universities statewide at the event. They talked about their scholarly efforts with state legislators during the day and had a group photo taken with Gov. Bill Haslam.
Posters at the Capitol lets student researchers visit with their senators and representatives, letting the legislators catch a glimpse of what the academic achievers are pursuing at respective Tennessee Board of Regents and University of Tennessee system schools.
Joining MTSU were students from fellow TBR schools Austin Peay, East Tennessee, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech and the University of Memphis, and University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, UT-Knoxville and UT-Martin.