Murray State University

Health Care
3:24 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Health Insurance Open Enrollment Delayed for MSU Employees

Murray State University employees will have to wait a little longer in order to sign up for open enrollment for their health plans.

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Education
4:11 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

MSU Enrollment at All-Time High

For the second consecutive year, Murray State University has posted an all-time high enrollment.

A 1 percent increase on last fall’s number moves the Murray State enrollment figure up to an estimated 10,943 students.

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Education
11:25 am
Thu October 24, 2013

MSU Football Player Arrested, Charged with Assault

Credit Murray State Sports Information

Murray State University football player Walter Powell is being charged with fourth-degree assault and theft after an incident with his ex-girlfriend this week at the Calloway County Fairgrounds.

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Higher Education
8:51 am
Wed October 23, 2013

MSU Science Campus Named for Alumnus Gene Wells Ray

Dr. Gene Wells Ray Science Campus
Credit MSU

Hear the interview with Dr. Ray.

Murray State Alumnus Dr. Gene Wells Ray recently visited MSU for homecoming festivities and to attend the dedication of the "Dr. Gene Wells Ray Science Campus."

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Education
12:37 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

MSU Alumnus and Donor Jesse D. Jones Presents on his Life and Experiences Today

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Dr. Jesse D. Jones is a Marshall County Native, a 1964 graduate of Murray State and one of the University's most generous donors. 

He's provided a naming gift for the Jones College of Science Engineering and Technology.  Jones also provided funds to name the Jones family clock tower and many other campus initiatives and scholarships.

Jones gives a presentation today at 2:30 in the Collins Industry and Technology building on campus titled Adventure: Life and Its Experiences.

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Business
4:47 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Multi-State Telecommunications Summit at MSU Oct. 9

Kate Lochte speaks with Michael Ramage, Associate Director of Murray State's Center for Telecommunications Management. They are hosting a Multi-State Telecommunications Summit at MSU October 9th, featuring the chief economist of the Federal Communications Commission, Dr. Steve Wildman. This is a free conference for the telecom industry, state PSC commissioners and staff members, and members of academic telecommunications programs that will address change in technology and the marketplace and its impact on regulatory bodies. Click here for more information.

Arts
3:46 pm
Mon September 30, 2013

Dr. Roger Weis Dreams of the Sea in a New Book of Poetry

Dr. Roger Weis joins Kate Lochte on Sounds Good to discuss and read poems from his 8th book, sea dreams. Weis says he fell in love with the sea when he worked at his neighbor's hotel in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina as a teenager. It was the same year he began writing poetry. Weis directed Youth and Nonprofit Leadership at Murray State University for 25 years and now serves as Assistant Dean of its College of Health Sciences and Human Services. To purchase copies of his book, visit bookstore.murraystate.edu. or call 270-809-4388. The book sells for $14 and all royalties go to charity.

Education
2:20 pm
Fri September 27, 2013

Murray State Rodeo Team Involved In Traffic Accident, Horse Euthanized

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A vehicle accident in Paducah involving the Murray State University Rodeo Team resulted in a horse being euthanized. No students were injured.

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Education
9:16 pm
Mon September 23, 2013

Presidential Search Committee Considers Timeline

The Murray State University Presidential Search Committee is finalizing a timeline to select the school’s 12th president.

In a video conference meeting Monday the nine-member committee agreed on a flexible Dec. 1 deadline to accept applications. 

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Education
11:22 am
Mon September 23, 2013

Miller Discusses Budget Reduction Process

  Murray State University Interim President Tim Miller has organized and named three small budget task force subcommittees to determine what he calls “common sense” ways to save or cut university expenditures.

The five-to-seven-member subcommittees, which represent students, faculty and staff, will formulate a series of recommendations for review by the full budget task force by Thanksgiving.  

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