Pictured are administrators, faculty, staff and students representing Murray State University at this year’s Posters at the Capitol event.

Murray State University students share research during 2019 Posters at the Capitol

Murray State, serving as head university for program, featured research from 19 students accompanied by faculty mentors MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University students traveled to Frankfort on Feb. 21 to share research and creative activity with state legislators during the annual Posters at the Capitol event. For nearly 20 years, undergraduates have presented their […]

read more
The exterior of Waterfield Library at night.

Phi Kappa Phi launches 2018 children’s book drive to benefit Summer Book Day in the Park program

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society has launched the 2018 children’s book drive, which will collect new and gently used children’s books for the Summer Book Day in the Park program. The book drive, in its fourth year at Murray State, is also part of the national Phi Kappa Phi […]

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

Murray State student builds a bee farm on Pullen Farm

MURRAY, Ky. — While many Murray State students were getting some much-needed rest over Spring Break, Agriculture Science/Agriculture Education student, MacKenzie Jones, from Frankfort, Kentucky, was keeping busy.

read more

Tiny satellite presented at Posters-at-the-Capitol by Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management students

MURRAY, Ky. — Saeed Almalki and Mitchell Harris represented Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) program at the 16th annual Posters-at- the-Capitol on March 2 in Frankfort, Ky. The students displayed the CricketSatellite Project, a very small satellite that measures temperature at different altitudes. Posters-at-the-Capitol was created to engage undergraduate students in research. At […]

read more

iwis Donates Electric Car to Murray State Institute of Engineering

MURRAY, Ky. – iwis motorsysteme recently donated an electric car to Murray State University’s Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology’s Institute of Engineering. The car is intended to be a showpiece to promote the iwis/Murray State partnership and help foster student research, experiential learning and other education and enrichment opportunities.  

read more

Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Robert G. Burton Sr. and family make $250,000 donation

Gift will complete Racer athletics Hall of Champions MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University announced a $250,000 gift to complete the Hall of Champions, which will highlight the university’s great collegiate athletics history. It is scheduled to open in the summer of 2015. The proposed facility, The Burton Family Hall of Champions, will highlight men’s […]

read more

Murray State students design and manufacture wooden toys to be sold

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University engineering graphics and design students are manufacturing specialty wooden toys to be sold to the Murray State community. The Association of Engineering Graphics and Design (AEGD) is a student organization on campus. The group plans trips to regional industries to explore current and new technology related to engineering graphics […]

read more

West Kentucky Broadband Project brings eLearning Center to Hickman County

Free public access to over 20 computers with pre-paid Internet plans are becoming a reality in Hickman County. An eLearning Center established via the West Kentucky Broadband Project opens Friday, August 1 in the same building that houses the Hickman County Senior Citizens Center. The center is the third of its kind to open in […]

read more

Kentucky Reading Project held at Murray State University

Murray State University’s college of education and human services was host to the Kentucky Reading Project (KRP) summer institute this June. The project is a professional development initiative for Kentucky public school elementary teachers, designed to improve student achievement and emphasize family involvement in literacy. KRP is a year-long, graduate level reading course consisting of […]

read more
Pages 1 of 2
  • 1
  • 2