IEBA scholarships established for Murray music business students

Nashville connection continues to enhance MSU program  Murray State University’s music business program is taking another giant leap forward with the establishment of two scholarships from the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA), totaling $10,000. The scholarships will be established in honor of Stephen H. Tolman and Michael Smardak, and will be available to students who […]

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Student Fan bus for the Feb. 15th Racer basketball game at SEMO.

The Student Alumni Board (SAB) is sponsoring a ‘Student Fan’ bus for the Feb. 15th Racer basketball game at SEMO.  The cost is $20 per student, which includes: round trip to SEMO on a 55 passenger charter bus, game ticket, and pizza on the trip back to Murray.  You may purchase your seat/ticket online or […]

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Roundabout U in Nashville to talk with entertainment business professionals

Murray State University’s Roundabout U co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark find themselves in Nashville for the next installment of the series. Carter and Clark met with members of the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA), a trade organization for live entertainment industry professionals. The hosts chatted with Steve Toleman and Ed Bazel to talk about importance […]

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Murray State faculty members offer music workshops to schools in West Kentucky

The Murray State University music department faculty members and their student chamber music ensembles, supported through a grant from the MSU’s office of regional outreach, are visiting area schools in an effort to provide educational and cultural experiences to districts that do not have easy access to on-campus performances. The ensembles — from a flute […]

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Roundabout U talks about Polar Plunge and Special Olympics

Murray State University’s Roundabout U co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark stay close to home in Murray on this week’s episode. Carter and Clark prepare for the 2012 Polar Plunge with a discussion with Laura Miller, Calloway County coordinator for Special Olympics, which benefits from funds raised by hardy individuals willing to take a very […]

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Miles to represent U.S. in Paris in human resources management standards work group

Dr. Sandy J. Miles of Murray State University’s college of business has been selected to be one of the three United States representatives to participate in the work group for carving out international standards on human resource governance as part of the ISO TC260 responsible for the establishment of human resource management standards. The meeting […]

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Accelerated MBA program at MSU-Paducah Regional Campus Fall 2012

Murray State University-Paducah Regional Campus will provide an accelerated master of business administration (MBA) degree program in August 2012. The 18-month program will give students the opportunity to learn more in depth about the nature of business and acquire skills to further expand their educations. The program was designed for MSU’s regional campuses by the […]

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January 25 Ticket Update – Racers Have Second Sell Out This Season

For Saturday’s MSU game against Eastern Illinois (Jan. 28), all available tickets have been distributed for the Racers’ second sell-out of the season. MSU students picked up the last of their available tickets on Wednesday before the ticket office closed at 5 p.m. For Saturday’s game against EIU, all students must enter through Gate C of the […]

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Commonwealth Honors Academy at Murray State set for high school rising seniors

Murray State University’s Commonwealth Honors Academy is bringing together gifted high school juniors from Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois and Missouri for three weeks this summer for an enrichment experience like no other. Students from the 2011 academy rave about the program. Caitlyn Aitken writes, “Going to CHA is the best decision I’ve ever made.” Jonathan Darnall […]

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Hilton’s book on consumer culture in Russia published

The University of Pittsburgh Press recently published Dr. Marjorie Hilton’s “Selling to the Masses: Consumer Culture in Russia, 1880 to 1930” as part of the “Pitt Series in Russian and European Studies.” Hilton is an assistant professor of history at Murray State University. The Pittsburgh Press website describes Hilton’s book as “a captivating history of […]

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