Education

Higher Education
9:16 am
Fri October 24, 2008

October interview with MSU President, Dr. Randy Dunn

Murray, KY – Every month, WKMS News Director Chad Lampe speaks with Murray State University President Dr. Randy Dunn. Today, we'll hear about controversy over state Senator Joey Pendleton and what steps Murray State will take to survive and thrive in tough economic times.

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Commentary
12:29 am
Sun October 5, 2008

The Language of MSU's Non-Discrimination Policy

Commentary
12:14 am
Sun October 5, 2008

The Uses of History

Commentary
12:46 am
Wed January 2, 2008

Holiday Break

Dr. Duane Bolin

Murray, KY – There are two things students, professors and faculty collectively look forward to each year: Winter Break and Summer Break. With nearly 3 weeks in, and one week left, Commentator Duane Bolin, a Professor of History at Murray State, answers the question, What do professors do during winter break? At least, here's what he does

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Commentary
2:23 am
Tue December 11, 2007

Big Words

Murray, KY – According to the National Assessment for Adult Literacy, over 40% of the US Population read at a basic or below basic level. What's more is that the percentage of adults with proficient reading skills has declined over the past 10 years. Dr. Scott Vander Ploeg talks about the importance of effective language skills in a commentary he calls Big Words.

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Commentary
5:21 am
Tue October 30, 2007

Governor's Scholars Program

Dr. Scott VanderPloeg

Murray, KY – Since 1983, the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program has given outstanding high school students a chance to experience an intensive summer liberal arts program, combined with a full curriculum and residential life away from home. Commentator Scott VanderPloeg talks about the program and his summer with the students.

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