University library creates “quiet” study area

MURRAY, Ky. — Waterfield Library at Murray State University has responded to the need students have for a special designated “quiet” area in the library for study. A refurbishing of the second level has turned it into a “Quiet Study Floor.” The renovation included new flooring, furniture and shelving, and the addition of individual rooms […]

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Murray State wildlife students partner with Mammoth Cave for Bat Night

MURRAY, Ky. — Mammoth Cave National Park will celebrate its 4th annual Bat Night on Saturday, Sept. 6, with the assistance of Murray State University wildlife biology students. Visitors to Bat Night will have the opportunity to learn about bats, talk to bat researchers and gain hands-on experience using the scientific equipment that researchers use to […]

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Murray State President schedules time to walk with students

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Hutson Harvest Gala at Arboretum on Sept. 4

MURRAY, Ky. — A Hutson Harvest Gala fundraising event for The Arboretum at Murray State University is set for Thursday, Sept. 4, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the arboretum. All proceeds from the evening will go to complete the 2014 spotlight project — a hill and pond exhibit. Hutson Inc. is the title sponsor of the event. There will […]

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Fall 2014 MSU seminar series, “Adventures: Life and Its Experiences,” begins on Sept. 8

Students, faculty, staff, community members invited to attend MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s seminar series, “Adventures: Life and Its Experiences,” begins its second year with a fall semester installment onMonday, Sept. 8, with Dick Weaver. His presentation will be held at 4 p.m. in the Auditorium (Room 240) of Alexander Hall on campus. “Adventures: Life and […]

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Murray State Center for Gifted Studies to hold Super Saturdays workshops

Students, faculty, staff, community members invited to attend MURRAY, Ky. — Super Saturdays workshops are for kindergarten through sixth-grade students in either the gifted education or primary talent pool programs in their schools. Students have fun while learning science, math, social studies, creative writing, technology, the arts and engineering through hands-on, thought-provoking lessons taught by […]

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“Leadership Launch Murray State” for women set for Sept. 5

MURRAY, Ky. — Women of all ages and in all walks of life are invited to take part in a day of discovery of the leader in them through the “Leadership Launch Murray State.” This day of information and inspiration, set for Friday, Sept. 5, is for women who lead in their families, communities, businesses and […]

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Kentucky Environmental Education Council to host town forum in Murray

MURRAY, Ky. — The Kentucky Environmental Education Council (KEEC) and the Kentucky University Partnership for Environmental Education will host a public meeting at Murray State University (MSU) on Aug. 28 for input on Kentucky’s five-year environmental education master plan. The meeting will be held from 4-6 p.m. in Alexander Hall, Room 240 (auditorium) on the MSU campus. The collaborative […]

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A top academic leadership consultant working with CoEHS during transition of college

MURRAY, Ky. — The college of education and human services at Murray State University is working with Dr. Walter Gmelch, noted expert on leadership in higher education and change processes, to navigate the transition process and develop a plan to ease faculty and staff through the blending of units in the college. The college of […]

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