Student accepts internship at Kentucky Office of the Secretary of State

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State freshman Emily Cornwell broke the mold when she accepted an internship position at Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes’ office in Frankfort, Ky. Cornwell is a political science major from Mayfield, Ky. who started working ahead her junior and senior year of high school by enrolling in a college […]

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Award-winning nursing alumna credits School of Nursing and Health Professions for success

MURRAY, Ky. — Many Racers are able to begin their dream career after graduating from Murray State University. For nursing alumna Andrea Tanner, the blue and gold provided the solid educational base that launched her award-winning career. Tanner graduated from Murray State in 2002 after finding her home in the Murray State School of Nursing […]

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Wisdom Tree Technologies LLC earns military contracts

Wisdom Tree Technologies to work with the Army National Guard and U.S. Air Force Murray-based company, Wisdom Tree Technologies LLC, has been awarded contracts from the Army National Guard and the U. S. Air Force going into the 2016 year, according to Scott Allen, president and CEO of the company. Wisdom Tree Technologies was awarded […]

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Research on human trafficking highlighted by Cambridge journalist

MURRAY, Ky. — Research by Murray State University faculty members was the focus of a news article published in the Science News and Inderscience Research Spot. The writer, David Bradley, a freelance science journalist based in Cambridge, England, highlighted the study by MSU faculty members Dr. Katherine Taken Smith, assistant professor of marketing, Dr. L. […]

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Kenneth Tucker’s new collection of short stories is now available

MURRAY, Ky. — Lulu Publications/Publish Wholesale has released A Spider Spinning Daydreams and Other Tales — Bizarre, Realistic, Humorous and Weird, a collection of short stories by Dr. Ken Tucker, professor emeritus of the Murray State University department of English. Joining the faculty in 1970, Tucker taught, specializing in Shakespeare, until his retirement in 2001. […]

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Edward Jones Student Boardroom dedicated in college of business

MURRAY, Ky. — The Edward Jones Student Boardroom in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business at Murray State University was dedicated with a ribbon cutting Sept. 11. The boardroom, located on the first floor of Business Building North, will be used for student presentations as well as small conferences for student organizations. Sixteen Edward […]

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Dr. Latricia Trites attends national TESOL summit

Dr. Latricia Trites, coordinator of the undergraduate TESOL program and professor of TESOL and English at Murray State University, participated in the 2014 TESOL Advocacy and Policy Summit in Washington, D.C., this summer. The TESOL summit featured two days of education, discussion and advocacy. The event was sponsored in part by the American Federation of […]

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Yarali and Ramage contribute to publication

Murray State University’s Dr. Abdulrahman Yarali, associate professor of telecommunications systems management (TSM), and Michael Ramage, associate director for the Center for Telecommunications Systems Management, participated in a group effort to create the recently published e-book Smart Grids: Technologies, Applications and Management Systems through Nova Science Publishers. Yarali and Ramage co-authored the chapter, “Smart Grids: […]

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College and Career Readiness Summit provided professional development for regional educators

Murray State University’s college of education and human services (COEHS) hosted the third annual College and Career Readiness Summit for regional educators June 18-19 in Alexander Hall on the Murray State campus. Attendees, comprised of school administrators and teachers, numbered 420 and represented 18 counties in the service region. Educators also earned valuable professional development […]

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Kentucky writers of fiction, nonfiction, plays, poetry win Al Smith Individual Fellowships

from Kentucky Forward Six Kentucky artists have been awarded Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowships from the Kentucky Arts Council for demonstrating a high level of excellence and creativity in their literary arts careers. The award, named in honor of Kentucky journalist Al Smith, recognizes professional artists who have reached a high level of achievement in […]

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