December, 2013

Gov. Perry to headline Kentucky GOP event

From CBS Dallas-Fort Worth Texas Gov. Rick Perry will visit the home turf of a potential presidential rival to headline a fundraiser that’s part of a strong push by Kentucky Republicans to flip control of [...]

Miller reflects on MSU’s past year; eyes 2014 goals

From Murray Ledger & Times As 2013 draws to a close, Dr. Tim Miller says he has done his best in his short time as Murray State University’s interim president to reach out to the region [...]

MSU college of business helps local schools win in the Stock Market Game

A student team from Ashley Fritsche’s business class at Calloway County High School has won first place in “The Stock Market Game,” sponsored by the Kentucky Council on Economic Education. Fritsche also had teams that finished [...]

A semester in Regensburg with Bill Mulligan

The Regensburg program, set up through Murray State University and Universität Regensburg, is a great way for students to take their education to the next level. One of Murray State University’s professors, Dr. Bill Mulligan, is [...]

Gilman Scholarship recipient to study in South Africa next semester

Getting to see the world is something most people only dream about, but for Murray State University sophomore Trent Fenwick this dream is about to become reality. Fenwick received the Gilman Scholarship, which is given to [...]

MSU freshman places high in national FFA competition

Rachel Ross, a freshman at Murray State University, placed fifth in the nation in the FFA (Future Farmers of America) National Job Interview Career Development Event (CDE) at the 86th National FFA Convention and Expo in [...]

MSU receives CPE Improving Educator Quality Grant

The Council on Postsecondary Education awarded federal grant funds to improve P-12 educator quality through professional development programs at its mid-November meeting. The Improving Educator Quality (IEQ) grants, totaling $839,000, were awarded to four lead institutions [...]

Campus Lights is Jan. 23 – 26

Join us for “Anything Goes” the 77th Annual Production of Campus Lights featuring music and lyrics by Cole Porter! This Tony-Award Winning musical is a fun, upbeat classic that’s great for the entire family! Produced and [...]

MSU excited about new doctorate

From Murray Ledger and Times In the weeks since the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education approved Murray State University’s new doctor of education program last month, Provost Dr. Jay Morgan says he has seen a great [...]

College of education helps streamline new tipline process to report bullying

 Heartbreaking statistics remind us that bullying is still one of Kentucky’s major school safety issues. In an effort to support schools in their daily challenge to meet the needs of all students and provide a safe [...]