The Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture has been recognized for offering one of the best equine programs in the country by Farm House Tack.

Murray State University equine program ranked among top ten in nation

The Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture has been recognized by Farm House Tack for offering one of the best equine programs in the country. The equipment supplier ranked Murray State ninth overall, citing its variety of strong equine programs and high-quality equestrian centers that prepare students for their careers, along with a broad […]

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(Philosokids): Murray State University assistant professor of philosophy Dr. Michelle Panchuk, center-top, has launched a new web series centered around philosophical discussions between young children.

Murray State University Racer Report: May 18-22

MURRAY, Ky. — See below for the latest news from Murray State University, including student, faculty, staff and alumni accomplishments, announcements, upcoming events and much more for the week of May 18-22. In this Racer Report: Chemistry graduate’s paper accepted for publication Professor launches online children’s philosophy series PM-DNP, RN-BSN programs earn accolades A paper […]

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Murray State University hosting informational Facebook Live events this spring

Weekly series to highlight various aspects of the Racer college experience, admission process at Murray State MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University is hosting a weekly series of Facebook Live events to provide more information about the University for current, incoming and prospective students and their families. Students interested in attending Murray State can learn […]

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Murray State University alumna Shraddha Chakradhar, ’11, is covering the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in her work at STAT News. (Photo credit: Ryuji Suzuki/beaupix.com)

Murray State University alumna covering COVID-19 pandemic at STAT

Shraddha Chakradhar, ’11, discusses the adapting news cycle through current pandemic MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University alumna Shraddha Chakradhar, ’11, is covering the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in her work at STAT. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, STAT is an online-only health, medicine and science news organization, and is a sister publication of The […]

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Murray State University associate professor of history Dr. Brian Clardy has been appointed by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to serve on the board of the Kentucky Oral History Commission through February 2024.

Murray State University professor appointed to Kentucky Oral History Commission board

Associate professor of history Dr. Brian Clardy to serve through February 2024 MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University associate professor of history Dr. Brian Clardy has been appointed by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to serve on the board of the Kentucky Oral History Commission through February 2024. The commission, administered by the Kentucky Historical Society, […]

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Ceramics students in the Murray State University Department of Art & Design have collaborated on a project called “Quarantainers” and plan to exhibit their works virtually. The students, under the direction of Murray State Art & Design professor John Utgaard, designed images that Utgaard then turned into decals and fired onto tea bowls and mugs that he made.

Murray State University ceramics students create ‘Quarantainers’ art project

Works exhibited virtually at quaran-tainers.org MURRAY, Ky. — Ceramics students in the Murray State University Department of Art & Design have collaborated on a project called “Quarantainers” and plan to exhibit their works virtually. The students, under the direction of Murray State Art & Design professor John Utgaard, designed images that Utgaard then turned into […]

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Murray State University has joined the application review committee of the River Counties Business Stimulus Fund, which helps support small businesses across the Four Rivers Region covering Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton counties in western Kentucky.

Murray State University partners with economic development organizations to disburse River Counties Business Stimulus Fund

University represented on application review committee of fund designed to support businesses across Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton County MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University has joined the application review committee of the River Counties Business Stimulus Fund, which helps support small businesses across the Four Rivers Region covering Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton counties […]

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Murray State University has announced its Dean’s List recipients for the spring 2020 semester. The list recognizes the academic accomplishments of the University’s undergraduate students.

Murray State University announces spring 2020 Dean’s List recipients

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University has announced its Dean’s List recipients for the spring 2020 semester. The list recognizes the academic accomplishments of the University’s undergraduate students. “We want to recognize the hard work of our students as much as we can, and the Dean’s List exemplifies the commitment to academic excellence we see […]

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Students in the clarinet studio within the Murray State University Department of Music recently took part in an online masterclass exchange between Murray State’s Dr. Amy McCann (left) and Dr. John Weigand at West Virginia University (right).

Murray State University clarinet studio participates in masterclass exchange

MURRAY, Ky. — Students in the clarinet studio within the Murray State University Department of Music recently took part in an online masterclass exchange between Murray State’s Dr. Amy McCann and Dr. John Weigand at West Virginia University. McCann contacted Weigand, her former clarinet teacher, about the possibility of exchanging a studio masterclass online to […]

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Faculty Regent Dr. Melony Shemberger, associate professor of journalism and mass communication in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business, has earned the Quality Matters (QM) Teaching Online Certificate, joining approximately 860 faculty throughout the world in receiving the distinction.

Murray State University Faculty Regent Dr. Melony Shemberger earns Quality Matters Teaching Online Certificate

Less than 900 faculty worldwide have earned distinction MURRAY, Ky. — A faculty member at Murray State University has earned the Quality Matters (QM) Teaching Online Certificate, joining approximately 860 faculty throughout the world in receiving the distinction. Faculty Regent Dr. Melony Shemberger, associate professor of journalism and mass communication in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind […]

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