The new pressure calibration tool on a table in the lab.

Murray State University receives grant from the Fluke Corporation

MURRAY, Ky. — The electromechanical engineering technology program in the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology at Murray State University recently received a grant from the Fluke Corporation. The grant provides students the opportunity to use a new pressure calibration tool to gain real-world experience in the field.  

read more
Drs. Alyx Shultz (left) and Jamie Rogers (right) stand together at the conference.

QEP faculty presented at national conference, reinforced Murray State University’s commitment to experiential learning

MURRAY, Ky. — Drs. Alyx Shultz and Jamie Rogers, Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) co-directors at Murray State University, were chosen to present at the National Society for Experiential Education’s (NSEE’s) 46th annual conference this September. Their hour-long presentation was titled “Bringing Learning to Life Without Unleashing a Beast: Trials and Tribulations of Bringing Experiential Education Principles […]

read more
Students gather in the auditorium during Constitution Day for a lecture presentation.

Murray State University Information: Week of Sept. 25–29

MURRAY, Ky. — Below is information regarding recent news, notes and accomplishments from Murray State University for the week of Sept. 25–29. ** The department of psychology at Murray State is hosting an event Tuesday, Sept. 26, highlighting volunteer opportunities in the greater community and providing students an opportunity to network with community leaders and agency […]

read more
Loretta Daniel (pictured at left), director of the Kentucky Innovation Network office, accepts an award with Penny Fletcher, assistant director, as the office was recognized by the State Science & Technology Institute for its “Next Big Thing” entrepreneurship competition.

Murray State University’s Kentucky Innovation Network recognized by national organization

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s Kentucky Innovation Network was recently recognized as a Creating a Better Future award winner by the State Science & Technology Institute (SSTI) for its The Next Big Thing (NBT) young entrepreneurial competition. With support from the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, the Kentucky Innovation Network office at Murray State University created […]

read more
An official headshot of Tim Adams.

Murray State accounting alumnus reflects on time at University

MURRAY, Ky. — During those initial days before beginning his freshman year at Murray State University, Tim Adams, ’82, like many first-year students, was excited. “I started Murray State as a 17-year-old kid fresh out of high school,” Adams said. “I was ready to go to college and meet new friends from all over the country. I […]

read more
DeCaen's artwork, featuring a milk carton with art on it.

Patricia L. Summerville Lecture Series welcomes Andrew DeCaen to Murray State University

MURRAY, Ky. — Andrew DeCaen will be the second Patricia Summerville Lecture Series artist at Murray State University Sept. 26–28. During his visit, DeCaen will be editioning a lithograph with the help of faculty member Nicole Hand’s advanced printmaking class. On Sept. 27, DeCaen will also give a public lecture about his work at 5 p.m. in the Price […]

read more
Daren Tindle sits with Murray State President Bob Davies.

Murray State University student selected for Legislative Research Commission internship

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University student Daren Tindle has recently been selected by the Legislative Research Commission (LRC) to take part in the LRC Internship Program for the upcoming 2018 Legislative Budget Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. Tindle is currently a Murray State junior majoring in political science in the department of political science […]

read more
The jars of honey auctioned off at the event.

First jar of Racer honey auctioned at Hutson Harvest Gala

MacKenzie Jones, a student at Murray State University, along with her family, recently built an apiary at Pullen Farm over spring break. The bee farm has proven to be an educational tool — and a sweet treat — for the community.

read more
A student at Murray State University works with a child in a local school system.

Murray State University teacher education program receives continued accreditation by state board

MURRAY, Ky. — On Aug. 21, Kentucky’s Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) met in Frankfort to consider state reaccreditation of the unit-wide educator preparation program at Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services. Unanimously, the board voted to reaccredit the college’s 92 individual education programs, marking no areas for improvement. This achievement follows a […]

read more
Gates on the campus of Murray State University.

Murray State University receives funding from Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University recently received federal funding from the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program to support undergraduate students from first-generation or low-income families, as well as students from underrepresented groups, interested in pursuing graduate degrees with Ph.D. tracks. The current iteration of the McNair program at Murray State, which accepts 29 students per […]

read more
Pages 2 of 32