April, 2014

Murray State professor judged 2014 National Junior Classical League Creative Writing Contest

Dr. Aaron Irvin, assistant professor in the college of humanities and fine arts at Murray State University, served as a judge for the 2014 National Junior Classical League Creative Writing Contest. The National Junior Classical League [...]

Psychology chair earns award for professional paper

Dr. Patricia Long, chair of the department of psychology at Murray State University, was honored with the Outstanding Professional Paper Award at the 2014 Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference for her paper, “Rape Perpetration: Men’s Responses [...]

Kelly Myers receives economic education award

The 2014 winner of the Excellence in Economic Education Award is Kelly Myers of Hopkinsville High School. The annual competitive award is sponsored by the Murray State University Center for Economic Education and honors a K-12 [...]

Recent MSU grad has research article published

Murray State University graduate Jordan Althoff recently had his article, “Collaboration within the M1 aminopeptidase family promotes reproductive success in Caenorhabditis elegans,” published by the journal Development Genes and Evolution. Katelyn (Fulcher) Flick, a 2012 MSU [...]

‘Turn of the Century Social’ unlocks region’s history

AUSTIN RAMSEY • Staff Writer | Murray Ledger & Times Murray’s Central Park was transformed into a place of the past Saturday afternoon as part of a yearly collaborative effort between two Murray State University classes [...]

Recipients of the President’s Award
for Diversity and Inclusion

Carruth Kitrell, Dr. Peter Murphy and Morgan Randall were selected for the Murray State University’s President’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion. The President’s Commission on Diversity and Inclusion awards recognize individuals who foster success for historically [...]

Davies looks to grow university’s regional presence

By Parker Franklin & Chad Lampe – WKMS      Listen   Murray State’s President-Elect Bob Davies says fostering a relationship between the university and community will become a top priority when he takes office this [...]

MSU hosts open house to help Mid-Continent students

From WPSD Local 6 Many students will be transferring from Mid-Continent University and heading elsewhere to finish their degree. To help streamline the transfer process, Murray State University hosted an open house for prospective student on [...]

Clardy has book, article accepted for publishing

Dr. Brian Clardy is being published once again, this time by The Mainstream Press and the Flinders Journal of History and Politics in Australia. Clardy will have his book “A Testament of Grace: The Sermons and [...]

Valentine wins Murray State News
“best faculty” award

Bob Valentine, senior lecturer in the department of journalism and mass communications in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business, has been selected as Murray State University’s “Best Faculty Member” in the Best of Murray student [...]