Graduate Allen Stone shares story of determination

Guillain Barre Syndrome didn’t stop Allen Stone from graduating with a college degree. Murray State University’s Office of Student Disability Services and his advisor Lisa Schmidt helped him accomplish a dream. Hear his story of determination as Allen recently received his degree.

Professor retires after 41 years of serving students

Dr. Bill Payne, professor with the Hutson School of Agriculture at Murray State, was recently recognized after announcing his retirement following 41 years of loyal service to the University. With nearly fifty years of experience in teaching at the collegiate level, Payne most currently served as a professor of agribusiness economics. His focus for teaching and […]

Board of Regents approves policy revisions

The Board of Regents has approved two policy revisions effective July 1, 2017.  Policy IV D, Holidays, changes the premium rate for staff who are required to work on a MSU holiday from 2.5 times their regular salary to 2 times the regular salary.  View the revised policy. Policy III D, Overtime and Exceptional Compensation, which […]

Murray State researcher publishes chapter in new book

Susan P. Hendricks, Ph.D., and Murray State research limnologist at the Hancock Biological Station published a chapter included in “Water in Kentucky, Natural History, Communities, and Conservation”, a 252 page hardcover publication (ISBN  978-0-8131-6868-5, copyright University Press of Kentucky). Hendricks is the author of the chapter titled, “Where Five Rivers Meet, The Far Western Waters […]