Murray State University’s Dr. Stephen Cobb earns prestigious Fulbright Award

Cobb to network with United Kingdom peers on STEM education MURRAY, Ky. — Dr. Stephen Cobb, dean of the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology at Murray State University (MSU), is joining a select group of Murray faculty members who have been chosen in the past for Fulbright awards. Cobb is receiving […]

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Check Out Residential College Life at Murray State

Independence and opportunities It began at Oxford and Cambridge in England. Yale and Harvard universities later adopted it in the United States. And now Murray State brings it to you. It’s the residential college—a small, faculty-led community of students where there is incredible opportunity for personal growth and educational development. This is different from the […]

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2013 Fraternity and Sorority Recruitment Information

Register for Recruitment- http://www.murraystate.edu/Campus/orgsRecreation/studentOrganizations/greek/recruitment.aspx   Greek life at Murray State University offers a unique opportunity for students to associate in organizations centered around community service, social interaction, leadership, scholarship, and athletics. Your years in college will include many different and exciting experiences, but none will be as complete as the ones you will have by […]

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MSU grad’s film at Maiden Alley Cinema; several with MSU ties involved in acting, production

A film by Murray State University 2007 graduate Daniel Van Thomas will play at Maiden Alley Cinema in Paducah, Ky., this weekend. Revelation Trail is an indie western-horror move that Thomas has been involved with in the past few years. “Since home really made this film possible,” Thomas said, referencing West Kentucky, “we premiered there back in […]

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Dr. Jesse D. Jones Endowed Professorship established at Murray State

First faculty recipients are Drs. Renee Fister, Michael Kemp and Kit Wesler Throughout Murray State University’s recently concluded fundraising campaign, no donor was more generous and supportive than university alumnus Dr. Jesse D. Jones. One of his latest charitable gifts to the university establishes the Dr. Jesse D. Jones Endowed Professorship. When fully endowed, four […]

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Murray State archaeology highlights featured in national magazine

The summer 2013 issue of American Archaeology, the publication of the Archaeological Conservancy, features Murray State University faculty and students in two articles. A major article on the Poverty Point site in Louisiana highlights the research of department of geosciences faculty member Dr. Anthony Ortmann, and includes photos of Ortmann and MSU students. In an article on […]

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Chemistry department receives continued approval of its programs

The department of chemistry at Murray State University received notification from the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Committee on Professional Training that its program meets all of the requirements in the ACS Guidelines for Bachelor’s Degree Programs and has agreed to continue approval of the program until 2016. The American Chemical Society is the world’s largest […]

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Scholarship created in memory of MSU faculty member

To honor the memory of the late Dr. Paul McNeary, a former associate professor of industrial education at Murray State University (MSU), his wife, Sue McNeary, two daughters, Sarah Elizabeth McNeary Cunningham and Kathryn Marie McNeary Kusch, and friends created the Paul R. McNeary Career and Technical Education Scholarship to support new teachers and students […]

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University Store Closed for Inventory

The University Store will be closed June 26 – 28 for inventory. To ensure a clean inventory, no merchandise will be sold, no textbooks will be bought back and all receiving activities will be suspended during this time. We will resume regular business hours Monday, July 1.

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Murray State College of Education to host Harry M. Sparks Distinguished Lecturer Series

  Murray State College of Education to host Harry M. Sparks Distinguished Lecturer Series The Murray State University College of Education will host the Harry M. Sparks Lecturer Series on June 14, 2013 in the auditorium of Alexander Hall. This year’s lecturer is Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year. Wessling will conduct […]

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