Brad Bartel Death – Brad Bartel, a University provost at the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) has passed away unexpectedly. Anthropologist and instructor Dr. Brad Bartel of Murfreesboro, Tennessee was confirmed dead by the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). He died on the 30th of October 2023.
Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) released a statement regarding the passing of University Provost Dr. Brad Bartel:
“The MTSU flag will be flying at half-staff today in memory of Dr. Brad Bartel who passed away on October 30, 2023. Dr. Bartel served as the University Provost from July 10, 2010 until May 9, 2016. At that time he returned to the classroom and was currently employed as a Professor in Sociology & Anthropology.”
Who was Brad Bartel?
Dr. Brad Bartel was so fascinating and unique. Dr. Bartel served as the University Provost from July 10, 2010, until May 9, 2016. At that time he returned to the classroom and was currently employed as a Professor in Sociology & Anthropology.
He did Archaeological research in Turkey, Serbia, Ireland, California, North Carolina, and Florida and researched colonialism, mortuary practice, and religious belief systems. Dr. Brad graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and Brooklyn College.
Dr. Brad’s lectures were renowned for their depth and complexity, illuminating intricate topics that could initially overwhelm students. Despite their weight, his lectures had the power to transform students’ perspectives, leaving them with a profound understanding of the subject matter.
With passion and dedication, Dr. Brad guided his students through challenging intellectual journeys, fostering a deep appreciation for the material. His unwavering commitment to their growth resulted in an unforgettable and enlightening academic experience for many.
Brad Bartel obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
Murfreesboro is a city in Tennessee known for its American Civil War history. Stones River National Battlefield sits next to Stones River Cemetery, where over 6,000 Union soldiers are buried. The restored Oaklands Mansion is a former plantation house with an arboretum and gardens.
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