Retired Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham, a 1962 graduate of Murray State University, will return to his alma mater in fall 2019 to teach a course on legal studies and criminal law in the Department of Political Science and Sociology.

Retired Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham to teach legal studies course at Murray State University

Cunningham brings nearly 50 years of experience to the classroom MURRAY, Ky. — Retired Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham, a 1962 graduate of Murray State University, will return to his alma mater in fall 2019 to teach a course on legal studies and criminal law in the Department of Political Science and Sociology. Cunningham’s […]

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Dr. Randal Keller has been named the new Jesse. D. Jones Endowed Professor for the Murray State University Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Pictured from left are Dr. Claire Fuller, dean, Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology; Dr. Randal Keller, professor, Department of Occupational Safety and Health; and Dr. Tracey Wortham, chair, Department of Occupational Safety and Health.

Dr. Randal Keller named newest Jesse D. Jones Endowed Professor

MURRAY, Ky. — Dr. Randal Keller has been named the newest Jesse. D. Jones Endowed Professor for the Murray State University Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Keller, a professor in the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, will start as the endowed professor in fall 2019. The professorship, made possible by […]

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Members of the Murray State University and greater community came together June 20 to memorialize the late Dr. Robert H. McGaughey, III (pictured), a professor emeritus and retired chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Murray State, greater community comes together in funeral service for Dr. Bob ‘Doc’ McGaughey

University leaders remember McGaughey as a mentor and friend MURRAY, Ky. — Members of the Murray State University and greater community came together June 20 to memorialize the late Dr. Robert H. McGaughey, III, a professor emeritus and retired chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications. McGaughey, known as “Doc” by his countless […]

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About 1,500 educators representing 81 school districts across five states convened at Murray State University June 11-12 for a professional development conference. Educator and social media star Gerry Brooks, left, delivered a keynote at Lovett Auditorium June 12.

Murray State University sees record turnout for education summit

‘The Summit: A Teaching and Technology Conference’ draws 1,500 educators for keynote speeches and workshops MURRAY, Ky. — Nearly 1,500 educators representing 81 school districts across five states convened at Murray State University June 11-12 for a professional development conference that featured nationally-known keynote speakers spanning a variety of educational roles. Through a partnership between […]

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Registration for summer classes at Murray State University begins the week of April 8 for both current and prospective students. Summer classes offer several benefits, including smaller class sizes, a quieter campus, the convenience of online courses, and a reduced workload for future semesters as students continue their pathway towards graduation.

Murray State University summer class registration open

Summer courses offer current or prospective students a chance to reduce future workload; numerous online courses available MURRAY, Ky. — Registration for summer classes at Murray State University is open for both current and prospective students. Summer classes offer several benefits, including smaller class sizes, a quieter campus, the convenience of online courses, and a […]

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Murray State University Information: Week of June 3–7

MURRAY, Ky. —  Below is information regarding recent news, notes and accomplishments from Murray State University for the week of June 3–7. ** Murray State psychology professor Dr. Daniel Wann has been cited in a Wall Street Journal story on the psychology behind parents’ sportsmanship at their children’s games. The article, “What to Do About […]

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The Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus will host an open house event for its occupational therapy (OT) program on June 18 from 2–4 p.m.

Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus to host occupational therapy program open house June 18

MURRAY, Ky. — The Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus will host an open house event for its occupational therapy (OT) program on June 18 from 2–4 p.m. Occupational therapy is one of the fastest-growing professions in the country; according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of occupational therapists is projected to […]

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Murray State University has announced a partnership with MyMajors, a career assessment tool designed to explore best-fit majors that match individual students’ interests, preferences, aptitude and other criteria.

Murray State University announces partnership with MyMajors

Career assessment tool matches students with major options, explores career outcomes MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University has announced a partnership with MyMajors, a career assessment tool designed to explore best-fit majors that match individual students’ interests, preferences, aptitude and other criteria. The customized program, using a unique algorithm backed by the National Science Foundation, […]

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Murray State University and the Hutson School of Agriculture held a kickoff celebration May 29 to recognize foundational partners for its new Center for Agricultural Hemp, as well as to thank Kentucky Congressman James Comer for his work in revitalizing the Commonwealth’s hemp industry. Pictured from left are Hutson School of Agriculture Dean Dr. Tony Brannon, Brett Goldman of GenCanna, Greg Nordstrom and Jeff Sloan of Unified Ag Holdings, Inc., Josh Hendrix of CV Sciences, Drew Milburn of Vertical Wellness, Greg Wilson of Fibonacci HempWood, Comer, Murray State President Dr. Bob Jackson and Hutson School of Agriculture Assistant Dean Dr. Brian Parr.

Murray State hosts Center for Agricultural Hemp kickoff celebration

Foundational partners and Congressman James Comer thanked for work to re-establish hemp industry MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University and the Hutson School of Agriculture held a kickoff celebration May 29 to recognize foundational partners for its new Center for Agricultural Hemp, as well as to thank Kentucky Congressman James Comer for his work in […]

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The Murray State University Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business has added health administration, economic development and business analytics concentrations to its Master of Business Administration program, which is offered entirely online, on-campus or a mixture of both.

Murray State MBA program adds new concentrations

Health administration, economic development and business analytics tracks added to program offered online or on-campus MURRAY, Ky. — The Murray State University Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business has added health administration, economic development and business analytics concentrations to its Master of Business Administration program, which is offered entirely online, on-campus or a mixture of […]

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