Chemistry department receives continued approval of its programs

The department of chemistry at Murray State University received notification from the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Committee on Professional Training that its program meets all of the requirements in the ACS Guidelines for Bachelor’s Degree Programs and has agreed to continue approval of the program until 2016. The American Chemical Society is the world’s largest […]

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Scholarship created in memory of MSU faculty member

To honor the memory of the late Dr. Paul McNeary, a former associate professor of industrial education at Murray State University (MSU), his wife, Sue McNeary, two daughters, Sarah Elizabeth McNeary Cunningham and Kathryn Marie McNeary Kusch, and friends created the Paul R. McNeary Career and Technical Education Scholarship to support new teachers and students […]

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University Store Closed for Inventory

The University Store will be closed June 26 – 28 for inventory. To ensure a clean inventory, no merchandise will be sold, no textbooks will be bought back and all receiving activities will be suspended during this time. We will resume regular business hours Monday, July 1.

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Murray State College of Education to host Harry M. Sparks Distinguished Lecturer Series

  Murray State College of Education to host Harry M. Sparks Distinguished Lecturer Series The Murray State University College of Education will host the Harry M. Sparks Lecturer Series on June 14, 2013 in the auditorium of Alexander Hall. This year’s lecturer is Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year. Wessling will conduct […]

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Vets/military personnel exempt from city sticker requirement

Veterans and current military personnel who have military/veteran license plates do not need to buy Murray City stickers for vehicles that bear those plates. Also, if a veteran or member of the military does not have military/veteran plates, he or she may bring in documentation that proves his or her military status to obtain one […]

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Scholarship established in memory of Cody Cooper of Livingston County

A scholarship has been established at Murray State University in memory of the late Cody Cooper of Tiline, Ky. Cooper was a student at West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah, Ky., with plans to attend Murray State to complete his undergraduate degree. The first award of the Cody Cooper Memorial Scholarship was made […]

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David Wray receives award for album work

Dr. David Wray, former director of the music business program at Murray State University and a nationally recognized entertainment attorney, has been awarded a platinum record on behalf of the band One Direction, for his work on their “Take Me Home” album. The award recognizes sales of 1,000,000 copies of the record. The award was […]

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Authors to read from their works during writing residency

The Murray State University M.F.A. in Creative Writing (master of fine arts program) has announced its line-up of guest writers for its July 5–13 residency. All readings are free and open to the public and will be held in the Clara M. Eagle Art Gallery in the Doyle Fine Arts Building on campus. Claire Vaye Watkins, whose […]

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Kraemer receives NFSI Spirit Award for safety education

Dr. David G. Kraemer, professor and chair of the department of occupational safety and health (OSH) at Murray State University, was surprised with a national award from the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) today in the Curris Center on campus. Kraemer received the NFSI Spirit Award, a yearly recognition that is presented to an individual […]

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Membership of Presidential Search Committee appointed

Search process to begin for next president of Murray State University Dr. Constantine W. Curris, chairman of the Murray State University board of regents, has appointed the membership of the Presidential Search Committee. The nine members are: Kevin Binfield, professor of English and president of the Faculty Senate Don Chamberlain, professor and chair of accounting Susan […]

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