Scholarship honoring Dr. William F. Smith Jr. available next school year

A scholarship to honor the late Dr. William F. Smith Jr., has been endowed and will be available to award for the 2014-15 academic year at Murray State University. The Dr. William F. Smith Jr. Endowed Memorial Scholarship was established as a loving tribute by family and friends upon Smith’s death in January 2006, with […]

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Murray State professor wins award at Kentucky World Language Association annual meeting

This year the annual meeting of the Kentucky World Language Association (KWLA) in Lexington presented the Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year for 2013 award to Murray State University’s Dr. Meg Brown. To receive this award the candidate must be a KWLA member with three consecutive years of membership and a minimum of 10 years of […]

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Murray State University to host alumni reception in Owensboro

Murray State University plans to host a reception in Owensboro on Tuesday, Oct. 8, to update alumni on campus initiatives and area high school student recruitment plans. The reception is scheduled from 5-6:30 p.m., and will be held at The Miller House, located at 301 East 5th Street. Representatives from the Murray State University admissions […]

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Robot popular with middle school kids

From Evansville Courier & Press  SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. – In her first few weeks at Bullitt Lick Middle School, KATE has become quite popular. Students at the school enjoy hanging out with her because she is easy to talk to and has a firm grasp on pop culture. She knows all the dance moves to Michael […]

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Popeye Jones inducted into Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame 2014 class

Nashville, TN.(WVLT) The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced today the names of seven inductees to be enshrined at its annual Induction Banquet on Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville. Announced inductees include Carlton Flatt, Brentwood Academy and the state’s All-time winningest high school coach, Bridgett Gordon, former University of Tennessee […]

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The group that keeps on going

From The Paducah Sun   If you listen carefully to the Todd Hill Quintet in concert, you can hear the members pass around a few musical inside jokes. That kind of closeness is one of the rewards that comes from working with the same group of musicians for decades, says bandleader, singer and pianist Todd […]

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Women in Telecom Golf Day 2013 a success

The 8th annual AT&T Women in Telecom (WIT) Golf Day went off without a hitch Sept. 19. It was hosted by the Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) at Murray State University (MSU). Women in the telecommunications field had the day to themselves to enjoy professional golf instruction, presentations from distinguished speakers, lunch […]

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Multi-State Telecomm Summit set for Oct. 8-9 at MSU

The Center for Telecommunications Systems Management (CTSM) at Murray State University is organizing a Multi-State Telecommunications Summit, co-hosted by the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Kentucky Telecom Association. The summit will be held on MSU’s campus beginning with a reception held in historic Pogue Library on Oct. 8, followed by the summit on […]

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Weis named assistant dean at Murray State

Dr. Roger M. Weis was recently appointed assistant dean of the Murray State University college of health sciences and human services. In his new role, Weis will be responsible for working with Dr. Susan Muller, the dean of the college, and other collegiate staff and faculty members on tenure, mentoring and grant writing, as well […]

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Event makes stand against violence, sexual assault

From The Murray State News For the 21st consecutive year, Murray State and the community surrounding the University will come together to take a stand against domestic violence. Take Back the Night, an annual event sponsored by the Women’s Center, is Oct. 3 at Cutchin Field. The first documented Take Back the Night event in […]

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