Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology receives $450,000 grant

Funding for innovative program, “Test Drive a Racer,” to benefit students, faculty, business and industry The Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) at Murray State University is the recipient of a $450,000 grant award from the James Graham Brown Foundation for a new “Internship and Professional Practice” program. Known informally as […]

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Give With Me – Live United

Pictured: Donors, volunteers, students, faculty, and staff from Murray State University, United Way of Murray-Calloway County, and United Way of Kentucky gathered to launch the 2014 “Give with Me” MSU United Way Campaign.  Pictured are:  Dean Tim Todd, Dr. David Durr,  Jodi Hanneman, Dr. David Eaton, Amy Gannon, Dr. Don Robertson, Sidney Anderson, Tina Bernot, […]

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MSU alum Jack Wolf Named Warner L. Jones Horseman of the Year

From The Paulick Report Thoroughbred owner Jack Wolf, who in nearly a decade and a half in racing has enjoyed major success on the racetrack and assumed a leadership role in the industry’s efforts to grow and improve aftercare programs for retired racehorses, will be honored by Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners (“KTO”) as the organization’s 2013 […]

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MSU’s Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology Honored at ConnectKentucky 2013 Tech Day

Pictured left to right, Rene Tru, Connect Kentucky, Linda Miller, CIO, Hal Rice, Director, CTLT, Cassidy Palmer, Associate Director of Technology, Murray State University. For the 7th time, ConnectKentucky honored the Commonwealth’s technology leaders at its 2013 Tech Day, held Thursday at The George and Ellen Rieveschl Digitorium in Griffin Hall at Northern Kentucky University. […]

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Former Governor Martha Layne Collins speaks to Chamber of Commerce

The Murray State University Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business SBDC joined with the Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce to host former Governor Martha Layne Collins, speaking on behalf of the Kentucky World Trade Center and Morgan Pierstorff, speaking on behalf of the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development about the importance of growing a culture […]

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MSU alum knows how to balance finances in lean times

By Kevin Wheatley, The State Journal, Published: October 14, 2013 10:32AM John Hicks was hired in the midst of a recession in 1982 and has weathered three others since, so cutting budgets in lean times is nothing new for the deputy budget director. John, 54, has spent 22 years in the Office of State Budget […]

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Murray State University Announces its New Faculty and Student Mobility Program in China

Murray State University has identified Qingdao Agricultural University (QAU) as the future host for its new faculty and student mobility program in China. This new initiative complements our highly successful Regensburg, Germany program, which has been a signature program at Murray State for several decades. MSU plans the new China program to mirror image the […]

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“Best Practice” event held on campus for nursing students

The Murray State University school of nursing and the office of undergraduate research and scholarly activity sponsored the “Evidence-Based Best Practice in Clinical Healthcare” program on Oct. 14. The event was designed to bring new ideas and learning to students in the nursing program in a way different from a traditional class setting. The day […]

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RacerRed events commemorate World AIDS Day

Murray State University Racers will be spreading awareness of AIDS through the annual RacerRed events commemorating World AIDS Day. This year there will be an AIDS Walk and a showing of “How To Survive A Plague” on Monday, Dec. 2. The AIDS Walk will begin at Lovett Auditorium at 6:15 p.m. and will end at […]

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