The annual Patterns of Distinction – Security Matters Conference took place April 9 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, which is the largest security conference in the region, with more than 220 registered attendees.

Center for Telecommunications Systems Management at Murray State hosts annual security conference

MURRAY, Ky. — The annual Patterns of Distinction – Security Matters Conference took place April 9 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, which is the largest security conference in the region, with more than […]

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Murray State history professor Dr. Aaron Irvin is pictured during a 2016 trip to New York, where he worked as a consultant for the Netflix documentary “Roman Empire.”

Murray State history professor featured on Netflix’s ‘Roman Empire’

Dr. Aaron Irvin interviewed in New York as historical consultant for documentary series MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University associate professor of history Dr. Aaron Irvin has made his second television appearance as a historical consultant for the Netflix documentary series “Roman Empire,” which chronicles the rise and fall of larger-than-life Roman emperors from Commodus […]

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Murray State University Information: Week of April 22-26

MURRAY, Ky. — Below is information regarding recent news, notes and accomplishments from Murray State University for the week of April 22-26. ** The Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture hosted more than 1,250 FFA students across 50-plus high schools in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois at its 67th annual FFA Field Day April 10. […]

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Pictured is Dr. Alexey Arkov, a Murray State University biology professor that has received a prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Project Grant (R01) for his work.

Murray State biology professor earns prestigious National Institutes of Health grant

MURRAY, Ky. — A Murray State University biology professor has received a prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Project Grant (R01) for his work. Dr. Alexey Arkov of the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology and his colleague, Dr. Jeremy Lynch of the University of Illinois at Chicago, are principal investigators […]

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The telecommunications systems management (TSM) program and case study team from Murray State University won awards at the 2019 Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA) National Conference in Indianapolis from April 11-13, competing against many universities from across the country to win the national competition. Pictured from left are team members Chris Nahlik, Hunter Evans and faculty sponsor and mentor Dr. Michael Ramage.

Murray State University wins national information technology conference

MURRAY, Ky. — The telecommunications systems management (TSM) program and case study team from Murray State University won awards at the 2019 Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA) National Conference in Indianapolis from April 11-13, competing against many universities from across the country to win the national competition. Murray State University’s TSM program […]

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New members of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Murray State University were inducted April 16.

Murray State Phi Kappa Phi chapter installs 88 new inductees

MURRAY, Ky. —  Murray State University’s chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi inducted 88 new members during a ceremony held April 16 in the Wrather Museum auditorium on campus. Phi Kappa Phi is the highest academic honor society at Murray State. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of […]

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Murray State University’s Dr. Abdul Yarali, a professor of telecommunications systems management, has been selected to receive the 2019 Neil Weber Award for Excellence in the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology.

Dr. Abdul Yarali named recipient of 2019 Neil Weber Award for Excellence

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s Dr. Abdul Yarali, a professor of telecommunications systems management, has been selected to receive the 2019 Neil Weber Award for Excellence in the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology. The Weber Award was established as a special tribute to former college dean Neil Weber after his […]

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(LAST CHANCE FOR TICKETS) High Valley featuring special guest Jaden Michaels coming to the CFSB Center

April 22 update: In honor of High Valley releasing their new song “Single Man”, the CFSB Center is offering $10 and $15 tickets in the lower level, including floor seats! Use promo code “SINGLE” at TicketMaster. MURRAY, Ky. — High Valley, a brother duo with a modern twist on classic country music, will perform April […]

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The Murray State Alumni Association celebrated five outstanding Murray State alumni named as the 2019 recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award during the Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner on April 12 at the CFSB Center. From left are recipients Dr. Jay Akridge, Maj. Gen. Paul Johnson, Felecia Dixon Henderson, Murray State University President Dr. Bob Jackson, recipient Bill Beard and Bart McNealy, a dear friend of recipient Ernie Vande Zande, who was recognized posthumously.

Murray State Alumni Association celebrates Distinguished Alumni Award recipients

Dr. Jay Akridge, Maj. Gen. Paul Johnson, Felecia Dixon Henderson, Bill Beard and Ernie Vande Zande honored at Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner MURRAY, Ky. — The Murray State Alumni Association celebrated five outstanding Murray State University alumni named as the 2019 recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award during the Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner on April […]

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Pictured is soon-to-be Murray State University graduate Bryanna Kampwerth.

#RacerGraduation: Public and community health major recalls personal journey at Murray State

Bryanna Kampwerth of Highland, Illinois, will graduate from Murray State University May 11 with a bachelor’s degree in public and community health. In her undergraduate career, she has served as a sister with the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success and a student athlete involved in intramural […]

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