Murray State University nonprofit leadership studies alumnus Nikkous Crump reflects on Racer experience

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s Nonprofit Leadership Studies (NLS) graduates were recently asked to reflect on their career journeys, the impact of their work and their aspirations for the future.  This is the fourth of an eight-part series by Visiting Distinguished Professor of Nonprofit Leadership Dr. Bob Long, with an additional four stories to […]

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Murray State University unveils two campus statues recognizing Dr. John W. Carr and Racer One

Generosity from University supporters funds permanent sculptures to further enhance beauty of campus MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University formally unveiled a pair of statues Saturday, Oct. 31 to recognize an instrumental figure in the institution’s history as well as a beloved campus tradition, thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends of Murray […]

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Murray State University junior Mariah Cox of Campbellsville, Kentucky, participated in the University’s Education Abroad program this summer.

Murray State TESOL student studies abroad in Mexico

University, federal scholarships help make opportunity possible for junior Mariah Cox MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University junior Mariah Cox of Campbellsville, Kentucky, participated in the University’s Education Abroad program this summer. Thanks to her selection for the University’s Hunt and Jennye Sue Smock Scholarship for Spanish Language Immersion and the U.S. Department of State’s […]

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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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An official headshot of Victoria Smith.

#RacerGraduation: Nursing student reflects on time at Murray State

MURRAY, Ky. — Victoria Smith of Frankfort is graduating from Murray State University this Saturday with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Over the course of Smith’s time at the University, she has been active in the Sigma Theta Tau international nursing honor society and with the Gamma Beta Phi national honor society. She has served as […]

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An official headshot of Muhammad F. on the campus of Murray State.

Student experiences Racer friendliness through UGRAD-Pakistan program

MURRAY, Ky. — After landing from a 16-hour flight to discover his luggage was lost, Muhammad F. was ready to board a plane home to Pakistan — until he met his first Racer. “One of my classmates picked me up from the airport and let me borrow his clothes and shoes,” Muhammad said. “His friendliness instantly stood out […]

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The interior of the "Hometown Teams" exhibit, featuring bleachers in front of a display.

Murray State opens ‘Hometown Teams’ exhibit in Wrather Museum

MURRAY, Ky. — A new interactive museum exhibit about the role sports play in society is now open at Wrather West Kentucky Museum on Murray State University’s campus. The exhibit, titled “Hometown Teams,” is a collaborative effort between University Libraries, Kentucky Humanities and the Smithsonian Institute Travel Exhibition Service’s Museum on Main Street program.

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Tyler Williams gives a presentation.

#RacerInternships: TSM students program future careers through FBI, NASA internships

MURRAY, Ky. — Students in the telecommunications system management (TSM) department at Murray State University are using their programming skills to develop not only technology but their future careers. Brett Hecklinger, a senior from Paducah, completed a 10-week internship with the FBI in Quantico, Virginia. As a student workforce trainee, Hecklinger supported the division by developing technology-based solutions […]

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A female student sets a plate of vegetables in front of a diner.

Students prepare for futures by preparing lunch

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University students pursuing degrees in food, nutrition and dietetics concluded their senior years this past spring with a capstone course about meal management. The course culminated with students preparing and serving lunch in the Oakley Dining Room.

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Austin Johnessee stands in front of a building that says "Emergency Operations Center."

#RacerInternships: Murray State’s Test Drive a Racer program introduces students to real-world education opportunities

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University students in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences applied their classroom knowledge to the real world this summer through the University’s Test Drive a Racer internship program. The Test Drive a Racer program provides internship opportunities at Kentucky firms or agencies for outstanding juniors or seniors in STEM fields. The Jesse […]

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