MSU engineering technology programs awarded reaccreditations

Murray State University’s civil and construction engineering technology programs recently received full and complete reaccreditations from the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. ABET, established in 1932, is an international institute specializing in the review and awarding process of engineering programs of universities across the globe. Currently, ABET accredits over 3,100 programs worldwide. Accreditation assures that […]

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MSU professor receives Peace Corps honors in D.C.

Former Peace Corps volunteer and Murray State University professor Ann Neelon will take part in the 50-year anniversary celebration of the Peace Corps, held in the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. on Sept. 22. As a poet featured in the Selected Bibliography of Peace Corps Writers, Neelon is honored and excited to attend the […]

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Murray State Homecoming Queen and King court selected for 2011

Murray State University will be celebrating its 2011 Homecoming Oct. 13-15. One of the event’s time-honored traditions is the crowning of the Homecoming Queen and King. Students selected for this year’s Homecoming Court include Martika Clark, Lynsey Freeman, Betsy Banks, Amber Phillips, Jill Cornell, Michael Shepherd Jr., Alexander Kursave, Casey Brockman, Buddy Sledd and Ryan […]

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Strieter History Faculty Research Award established

An award fund designed to aid faculty members in the Murray State University department of history pursue research and writing has been established by Dr. Terry Strieter and his wife, Sara Fineman Strieter. Named The Sara and Terry Strieter History Faculty Research Award, this initiative will have a significant impact on the ability of faculty […]

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Bull Blowout in Murray Oct. 7-8, fun for all ages

The Bull Blowout is bringing its action, excitement and fun to Murray again on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8. The event will take place in the William “Bill” Cherry Agricultural Exposition Center at Murray State University, starting nightly at 8 p.m. Featured events will include bull riding and barrel racing. There will also be activities […]

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Dr. Duane Bolin selected for Kentucky Oral History Commission

University Press of Kentucky to publish Bolin’s next two books  Dr. Duane Bolin, professor of history at Murray State University, was appointed by Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear to serve a four-year term on the Kentucky Oral History Commission. The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS), located in Frankfort, was formed in 1836 by a group of prominent […]

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MSU professor helps keep Shakespeare in Kentucky schools

While most education boards and committees are cutting back on spending during these troubling economic times, one educator is working to ensure that one of literature’s finest authors and playwrights still has a place in the classroom. Dr. Barbara Cobb, an associate professor of English at Murray State University has recently piloted an initiative to […]

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Family Weekend anchors next Roundabout U

Episode features students, parents and CFSB Center  Roundabout U stays on the campus of Murray State University for its upcoming episode with co-hosts Sarah Clark and Jim Carter. Clark and Carter meet students and their families at MSU’s Family Weekend and talk with the winners of the Outstanding Parent Award. Also on tap is a […]

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WHAS radio personality Terry Meiners interviews Murray State President Dr. Randy Dunn (Video)

WHAS radio personality Terry Meiners interviews Murray State President Dr. Randy Dunn before the Racers take on the Louisville Cardinals, Sept. 1.

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A Prairie Home Companion comes to MSU

On Saturday, November 5, A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor comes to Murray State University’s CFSB Center with a centennial tribute to Father of Bluegrass Music Bill Monroe. Born in Rosine, Kentucky, in 1911, Monroe learned to play mandolin when he was kid. By the mid-1940s, he had developed the style of music that […]

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