MSU case study finalists prepare for Final Four

MURRAY, Ky. — Nine years of competition. Eight final four appearances. Four national titles. One Program of Distinction — Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM). On March 27, a Murray State University team of TSM students, selected by the International Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA), will head to Washington, D.C., for the annual […]

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Roundabout U takes a look at Scotland in Murray, hoops, soccer and more

MURRAY, Ky. — In the next episode of Roundabout U viewers will meet a student who traveled across the Atlantic to play soccer for Murray State University. It’s also time to put on kilts and eat some haggis at the Highland Games. Also, find out what one fraternity is doing to help eliminate hunger in the […]

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Next episode of Roundabout U looks at new things on Murray campus

MURRAY, Ky. — The next episode of Roundabout U looks into a fishy new dining option for Murray State University students and find out more about the MSU counseling center. Finally, the show features aerial footage of hundreds of freshman rushing the field at Murray State’s home football opener. The new school year has brought many new […]

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Murray State President schedules time to walk with students

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TSM students participate in Service Learning Experience abroad

Twelve students from Murray State University’s Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM), accompanied by Marcia Combs-Ford and John Vos, traveled to the Succotz village in the Cayo District of Belize to participate in the TSM Service Learning Experience this summer. This learning experience, created by Combs-Ford, was the first of its kind for […]

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85 Racers Honored By OVC For Academic Excellence

Eighty-five Murray State student-athletes have been honored by the Ohio Valley Conference for their academic performance during the 2013-14 academic year, the league announced on Thursday. This season, 21 Murray State student-athletes received the OVC Medal of Honor, up one from 2012-13, and 85 received the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In total, 188 Ohio Valley Conference […]

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Weighty Matters: GSP scholars teach all, no matter their size, deserve R-E-S-P-E-C-T

from KYForward By Lesley Cissell KyForward columnist A New Testament story is told about an early public appearance of Jesus with his disciples in which the 12 apostles try in vain to keep the kids from bothering the holy man. I imagine they were crawling into his lap, asking him questions and tugging on his […]

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Area teachers learn to “flip” their classrooms

Murray State University’s college of education and human services provided training in flipped classroom instruction July 5-11 for teachers from across the region. In flipped classroom, teachers create video lessons with content knowledge that is viewed by students as homework on a computer or smart phone. The next day, classroom time is devoted to discussion, […]

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Murray State finishes with Best Overall at the Parker Chainless Competition

Murray State University placed in almost every category in the 2014 Parker Chainless Competition this past spring semester in Irvine, Calif., including Best Overall. The team won first place in Manufacturability and Workmanship; Best Sprint; Sprint Team Partner with the University of Minnesota; Efficiency; and Best Overall with 1,115 points. They placed second in Innovation; […]

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SHRM chapter receives merit award

The Murray State University student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business has won the Superior Merit Award for 2013-14. The chapter will receive the award at the annual Student/Faculty Conference in Orlando, Fla., June 21.  It will also be recognized in the Conference Daily […]

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