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MSPR Spring Fundraiser is March 27-31 

Morehead State Public Radio’s (MSPR’s) 2023 Spring Fundraiser and Membership Drive is scheduled for March 27-31.

MSU alum Daniel L. McGowan establishes scholarship

Daniel L. McGowan (Class of 2001), senior vice president for PNC Investments, established a scholarship for MSU business students.  

Orienteering event comes to MSU

MSU will host the first round of the Flying Pig XXV, an orienteering event, on Friday, March 24.  

MSU student awarded KPA scholarship 

Savannah Jackson, a junior in MSU's legal studies program, was awarded the Kentucky Paralegal Association's (KPA) 2022 Annual Scholarship.

Veterinary technology student wins national scholarship

MSU’s March for Service Initiative events benefit students

This month, MSU students have opportunities to learn civic engagement through MSU's March for Service Initiative.  

MSU professor earns top prize in competition  

Gary Mesa-Gaido, professor of art at Morehead State University, took home a top prize at last year's ArtPrize.

Amelia Howell promoted to DOC program administrator 

Kentucky's Department of Corrections promoted MSU legal studies graduate Amelia Howell (Class of 2010) to justice program administrator.

Renowned Appalachian scholar to speak at MSU

Morehead State will host Dr. Cicero Fain IV, an author and visiting diversity scholar at Marshall University, who will discuss his book,...

Marie credits Morehead State faculty with career success

Before earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from Morehead State, Sinclaire Marie (Class of 2022) of Tuscon, Arizona, was a working artist.

MSU Level UP students plan entrepreneurship event

MSU's Level UP Program allowed business students to plan an entrepreneurship event on campus.

MSU implements SpectrumU streaming service

MSU's Office of Information Technology (OIT) will implement SpectrumU as the University's streaming service for faculty, staff and...

Cultural Competency Certificate offered online

Morehead State University is now offering an online certification in cultural competency designed to help students create positive social and...

Craft Academy student presents research at international conference

Alyssa Turner from Falmouth, a senior at Morehead State's Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics, was a presenter at the...

Students and faculty recognized at ATMAE conference

Students and faculty from Morehead State's Elmer R. Smith College of Business and Technology were recognized for their achievements at the...

Dr. Steve Chen helps students develop solutions for real-world problems

Professor of Sport Management Dr. Steve Chen is helping his students become competent professionals while promoting health education and...

Construction begins on 12-meter space-tracking antenna

Morehead State University receives $3 million in federal funding for nursing, kinesiology and imaging sciences programs

Morehead State University is proud to announce that it has been awarded $3 million in federal funding for its nursing, kinesiology, and imaging...

Posters-at-the-Capitol displayed MSU undergraduate research 

Morehead State University students demonstrated their experience with hands-on research at Posters-at-the-Capitol in Frankfort.   

MSU faculty and students shine with support from Kentucky Commercialization Ventures

Kentucky Commercialization Ventures (KCV), an organization that helps faculty and students turn their ideas into tangible products, is helping...

MSU Concert Choir hosts Chili Cook-Off Dinner and Concert  

The MSU Concert Choir is hosting a Chili Cook-Off Dinner and Concert Tuesday, March 7, at the First Baptist Church.

Dr. Harry Burchett became an educational leader through MSU

Dr. Harry Burchett, Harrison County Schools Superintendent, became an educational leader through MSU's Ed.D. program.

KCTM presents 'Sounds of Our Heritage' concert  

MSU's Kentucky Center for Traditional Music presents its "Sounds of Our Heritage" concert at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 8.  

Sport management alum turns passion for golf into successful career

Dean Schneider (Class of 2014) has been playing golf his entire life. The son of a high school golf coach, Schneider started playing the game at...

MSU plans $2.75 million Wi-Fi upgrade  

MSU will spend $2.75 million to upgrade the University's Wi-Fi network.