Murray State University Information: Week of May 8-14

MURRAY, Ky. — Below is information with recent news, notes and accomplishments at Murray State University.   The following Murray State students were selected as 2017-18 officers for the Murray State University Black Student Council.   President – Whitney Hardison 1st Vice President-NAACP Caucus – Jaela Ruedel 2nd Vice President-Programming and Outreach – John Skinner […]

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​Murray State University College of Education and Human Services honors scholarship recipients and their benefactors

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services held its fourth annual Scholarship and Service Recognition Banquet April 26. This event serves to both recognize students who have received academic scholarships within the college and to honor the generous benefactors of those awards. The 2016-17 recipients of the Dr. Chuck and […]

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Student from Belize due to graduate from Murray State University

MURRAY, Ky. — Gisselle Hernandez of Orange Walk, Belize will be graduating from Murray State University on May 13 with a New York City internship under her belt. Hernandez had completed her associate degree in Belize and wanted to continue her education in the United States. Because studying outside of the country can be expensive, […]

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Murray State University Telecommunications Systems Management hosts successful security conference

MURRAY, Ky. — Patterns of Distinction – Security Matters concluded its 9th annual conference on April 27 in the Curris Center at Murray State University. Murray State’s Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) and Community Financial Services Bank (CFSB) co-hosted the conference. It is the largest security conference in the region with over […]

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Congressman James Comer and Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture partner for agriculture fellowship

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture is introducing the Murray State University Congressman James Comer Congressional Agriculture Fellowship program. The fellowship will be a continual, revolving fellowship program during the fall, spring and/or summer semesters. The fellowship will be awarded to one or two Murray State agricultural students. Recipients will serve […]

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Special event unveils newly renovated areas of Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus

The Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus hosted a reception and open house on Monday, May 8. The ribbon cutting event, held in conjunction with the Hopkinsville Chamber of Commerce, unveiled newly renovated classroom and study spaces. The new amenities total 4,800 square feet with four classrooms, one student lounge and one faculty work area. […]

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Love for music brought upcoming graduate Anissa Quilling to Murray State University

Anissa Quilling, senior Vocal Music Major, from St. Louis, Missouri, explained how Murray State’s outstanding faculty helped her grow as an individual, musician and future educator.

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Murray State University announces May 2017 Outstanding Seniors

MURRAY, Ky. — Jason A. Matthews and Jaime Staengel have been named Murray State University’s May 2017 Outstanding Seniors. Matthews, the son of Mike Matthews and Ruth Matthews, will receive a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Conservation Biology. The Dean’s List student currently holds a 4.0 grade point average. He will graduate summa cum […]

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W. Earl Brown performed in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” at Murray State University

Murray State University alumnus W. Earl Brown portrayed Big Daddy in the campus production of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” from April 27 to 29. Brown has had a great film and television career with roles in the AMC production of the comic book series “Preacher” and other television roles, including “Archer,” “True Detective,” “American Crime,” […]

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Barbra Watson left a job she loved to earn her degree at Murray State University’s Henderson campus

MURRAY, Ky. — Barbra Watson was working a job she truly enjoyed, teaching at a church pre-school in Henderson. She started off as an assistant teacher and, when the lead teacher took another job, received the opportunity to move up into that position. In that role, she enjoyed planning lessons and activities for her class […]

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