Pink Glove Dance

Western Baptist Hospital and Murray State University are partnering this year with the “Pink Glove Dance,” a viral video competition where hospitals use their facilities, staff and patients to show how we all unite in the fight against Breast Cancer. The response to the original pink glove video in 2009 from the healthcare community, survivors […]

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Business professor selected to be journal editors

Two professors in the Bauernfeind College of Business have been selected for editor positions at academic research journals, one regarding economics research and the other regarding ethics research. Dr. Martin Milkman, Professor of Economics, will become the editor of Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER). Dr. Murphy Smith will become the editor of […]

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Gorman receives summer graduate scholarship

Maggie Gorman, a Louisville, Ky., native and Murray State University college of education graduate student, was selected to receive a Kentucky Counseling Association summer scholarship. The scholarship will provide financial aid for tuition and textbooks for a summer course. Gorman graduated from Murray State in May 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and youth […]

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Roundabout U goes fishin’ and plows through information on Murray agriculture

Murray State University’s Roundabout U finds co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark “fishing” around Kentucky for stories. The two meet fishing champions from Murray High School, and hear from Dave Washburn from FLW Outdoors. Carter gets the chance to chat with the winner of the Boston Marathon, Wesley Korir, as he made is way back […]

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Wellness Program summer schedule

Tai Chi: Instructor, Wayne Harper Monday (all levels): 11:30am – 12:30pm Wednesday (all levels): 11:30am – 12:30pm Friday (advanced): 11:30am – 12:30pm Location: Carr Health, Dance Studio Zumba: Instructor, Haley Millwood Monday (all levels): 4:30pm – 5:30pm Wednday (all levels): 4:30pm – 5:30pm Location: Carr Health, Dance Studio Wednesday Walking Group: 12pm – 1pm, Racer […]

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Inaugural MSU Town & Gown Community Band concert is June 5 on the Quad

The ‘Quad’ at Murray State University will reverberate with the sound of patriotic songs, marches, classic band literature and Broadway melodies on Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 7pm. The newly formed MSU Town & Gown Community Band under the direction of Dr. Todd E. Hill will make its debut in front of the steps of […]

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College of Education HDL program hosts First Annual Leadership in Action event

The human development and leadership (HDL) program at Murray State University hosted the First Annual Leadership in Action event recently. The guests for the Leadership in Action event were accomplished leaders in the fields of business/industry, healthcare, nonprofit, public administration and higher education. The “Leadership in Action” event was an experiential learning opportunity for the […]

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Coach Prohm keynote speaker at Sparks Lecture

The Murray State University college of education will host the 26th Sparks Lecture on June 19 in the auditorium of Alexander Hall at 4 p.m. This annual event was instituted to honor Dr. Harry M. Sparks, the fifth president of Murray State University. Recipients of the 2012 Outstanding Educator Award and the Dr. Charles and […]

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Students participate in pollution monitoring program

Undergraduate Chemistry Seniors Sudan Loganathan and Dylan Benningfield, and Murray High School Student Nathan Weber volunteered in Four Rivers Watershed Watch (FRWW) environmental pollution monitoring sampling program. FRWW is a part of KY statewide volunteer stream water quality monitoring program. Partners in the success of the volunteer effort include: Hancock Biological Station, TVA (Tennessee Valley […]

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Murray State student chosen for prestigious Yale art program

Murray State University student Jordie Oetken has been accepted with a full scholarship to the Yale Norfolk Summer School of Music and Art. A student of MSU professors Sarah Gutwirth (painting) and Shelley Given (photography), Oetken is one of approximately 25 students from around the world to be invited to participate. The Yale School of […]

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