On April 29, the Murray State University Center for Economic Education, part of the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business, honored more than 100 students and teachers from area schools who participated in the annual statewide Stock Market Game™competition. From left, Todd Broker, director of the Center for Economic Education and Kentucky Stock Market Game™ coordinator, takes a photo with students and teacher Jacqueline Raymer of Webster County High School, whose team won first place in Kentucky for the fall 2018 competition.

Murray State Center for Economic Education hosts Stock Market Game winners

Statewide program administered through University fosters financial literacy for more than 3,500 middle and high schoolers MURRAY, Ky. — On April 29, the Murray State University Center for Economic Education, part of the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business, honored more than 100 students and teachers from area schools who participated in the annual statewide […]

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Murray State University awarded a total of 18 incoming students with the prestigious Presidential Fellowship, which includes full tuition, housing and meals for up to four years at the University. Not pictured are Ben Austin and Michael Webb, who participated in separate signings.

Murray State University awards 18 Presidential Fellowships

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University has awarded a total of 18 incoming students with the prestigious Presidential Fellowship, which includes full tuition, housing and meals for up to four years at the University. “We are extremely proud of the incoming fall 2019 class of Presidential Fellowship recipients, as this group represents the very best […]

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Imani Oliver of St. Louis, Missouri, will graduate from Murray State University May 11 with a bachelor’s degree in not one, but two different majors: chemistry and mathematics.

#RacerGraduation: Chemistry and mathematics major prepares for work at AT&T

MURRAY, Ky. — Imani Oliver of St. Louis, Missouri, will graduate from Murray State University May 11 with a bachelor’s degree in not one, but two different majors: chemistry and mathematics. As a Dr. Marvin D. Mills Scholar, Oliver has made her mark in academics and the Racer community as a whole. Oliver has served […]

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Murray State University has named Morgan Pulliam, right, and JT Payne as the Outstanding Seniors for spring 2019.

Murray State University announces May 2019 Outstanding Seniors

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University has named Morgan Pulliam and JT Payne as the Outstanding Seniors for spring 2019. Students recognized with this honor are known for going above and beyond what is expected of them academically and professionally. Pulliam is the daughter of James and Kelly Pulliam of Normal, Illinois. She will graduate […]

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Nicholas Jackson is pictured presenting at the Symposium for History Undergraduate Research in Starkville, Mississippi on April 6.

Murray State history student presents at undergraduate symposium in Mississippi

MURRAY, Ky. — Nicholas Jackson, a senior from Owensboro, Kentucky, graduating with a major in history at Murray State University, presented a paper at the Symposium for History Undergraduate Research in Starkville, Mississippi on April 6. Jackson’s paper, “Perpetuating the Lost Cause: The Misinformation Campaign of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Kentucky, 1895–1925,” […]

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The annual Patterns of Distinction – Security Matters Conference took place April 9 in the Curris Center at Murray State University. Murray State’s Program of Distinction in telecommunications systems management (TSM) and Community Financial Services Bank (CFSB) co-hosted the conference, which is the largest security conference in the region, with more than 220 registered attendees.

Center for Telecommunications Systems Management at Murray State hosts annual security conference

MURRAY, Ky. — The annual Patterns of Distinction – Security Matters Conference took place April 9 in the Curris Center at Murray State University. Murray State’s Program of Distinction in telecommunications systems management (TSM) and Community Financial Services Bank (CFSB) co-hosted the conference, which is the largest security conference in the region, with more than […]

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The telecommunications systems management (TSM) program and case study team from Murray State University won awards at the 2019 Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA) National Conference in Indianapolis from April 11-13, competing against many universities from across the country to win the national competition. Pictured from left are team members Chris Nahlik, Hunter Evans and faculty sponsor and mentor Dr. Michael Ramage.

Murray State University wins national information technology conference

MURRAY, Ky. — The telecommunications systems management (TSM) program and case study team from Murray State University won awards at the 2019 Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA) National Conference in Indianapolis from April 11-13, competing against many universities from across the country to win the national competition. Murray State University’s TSM program […]

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New members of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Murray State University were inducted April 16.

Murray State Phi Kappa Phi chapter installs 88 new inductees

MURRAY, Ky. —  Murray State University’s chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi inducted 88 new members during a ceremony held April 16 in the Wrather Museum auditorium on campus. Phi Kappa Phi is the highest academic honor society at Murray State. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of […]

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Pictured is soon-to-be Murray State graduate Emily Hancock.

#RacerGraduation: TV production major looks ahead to career, reflects on Murray State experience

Emily Hancock of Bumpus Mills, Tennessee will graduate from Murray State University May 11 with a bachelor’s degree in television production. In her undergraduate career, she has worked as a livestock manager with the Hutson School of Agriculture, a host and sideline reporter with Racer Athletics and the Ohio Valley Conference Digital Network and as […]

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Murray State University students and faculty are pictured outside Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery in Helena, Alabama.

Murray State history faculty bring learning to life in Alabama

MURRAY, Ky. — Five faculty from Murray State University’s Department of History took 29 students from their classes on a trip to Alabama to bring concepts discussed in class to life. Over four days, the five history classes visited a number of sights tied to their courses, including the Tuskegee Legacy Museum, Dexter Avenue King […]

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