Middle Tennessee State University has hired Amy Hardin as the new development director for the College of Basic and Applied Sciences.
A graduate of Western Kentucky University, Hardin began her new post earlier this month within the MTSU Development and Foundation Office.
Hardin, 33, will be responsible for securing private donations for the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, which is home to the following departments: the basic sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics), mathematics, computer science, aerospace, agriculture, concrete industry management, engineering technology and military science.
“We are very excited about Amy joining our team,” said Nick Perlick, director of development. “Her unique combination of knowledge and experience in higher ed advancement will allow her to partner effectively with Dean Bud Fischer and the college’s other leadership in engaging donors and friends.
“From the new science building to cutting-edge research and STEM education, (the college) has an amazing story to tell, and she will play a major role in sharing that story with MTSU supporters.”
Hardin comes to MTSU following her work as a development director at Western Kentucky, where she also served as an assistant director of alumni relations and annual giving.