Restructuring of Recreation and Leisure Services program

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The Academic Council (on February 23, 2017) and the Board of Regents (June 9, 2017) have approved the restructuring of the Nonprofit Leadership Studies (NLS) and Recreation and Leisure Services (REC) programs. Students interested in pursuing a major in recreation and leisure studies will now major in the NLS/Outdoor Recreation Track.  Courses with former REC […]

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Murray State’s Fall Faculty Summit: Insights for Student Success

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Murray State University will host a one-day Fall Faculty Summit on Friday, August 11, 2017 in the Curris Center. This event will be an extension of our traditional Faculty Back-to-School Breakfast and all faculty and staff who have teaching responsibilities are encouraged to attend.   Our students’ success is of paramount importance to us, so […]

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Parking services payroll deduction options

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Murray State Parking Services is announcing a change in the payroll deduction options for the 2017-18 parking permits.  The number of deductions being offered for our exempt (monthly) employees will be four deductions of $25 and for our non-exempt (bi-weekly) employees will be eight deductions of $12.50.  Any of our employees eligible for a Murray […]

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Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management signs National Institute for Hometown Security contract

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Murray State University’s Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) is the recipient of a $105,092.64 contract from the National Institute of Hometown Security (NIHS) tasked by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The contract focuses on the wired communications subsector of the communications critical infrastructure sector and the reliance of mobile communications on […]

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Annual educator training produces record number of participants

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On June 13 and 14, Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services held its fifth annual College and Career Readiness Summit. A record-breaking number of attendees hailed from at least 310 schools from 78 districts across 7 states, including Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, and Florida. This two-day event offered free professional […]

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Murray State University professor chosen as president-elect for Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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Dr. Kelly Kleinhans, associate professor with the Murray State University College of Education and Human Services, was recently named president-elect for the Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association (KSHA). Her term as president-elect will begin August 1 and span through July 31, 2018, at which point she will assume the responsibilities of president through July 31, 2019. This […]

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