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MSU recognizes faculty and staff with 2022 Distinguished Service Awards 

Morehead State faculty has announced the recipients of the 2022 Distinguished Service Awards, which recognize faculty and staff for their service to the campus community and their fields of study.     

Craig Dennis, Eagle Success Program Coordinator, was awarded the Distinguished Staff Service Award. Dr. Robyn Moore, associate professor of photography, received the Distinguished Creative Productions Award. Dr. Janet Ratliff (Class of 1991, 1992), Elmer and Donna Smith Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Management/Entrepreneurship, was honored with the Distinguished Faculty Service Award. Dr. Lisa Shannon, professor of social work, received the Distinguished Researcher Award.  

MSU Eagles begin classes on Aug. 15 

New students will arrive on the Morehead State University campus ready to soar higher in the 2022-23 academic year on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 11 and 12. Classes at MSU begin Monday, Aug. 15. 

MSU Board meets, approves health insurance for employees with no increase in cost 

Three regents were sworn in during the Morehead State Board of Regents meeting held Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC).  

Student Government Association President Chloe Marstiller, Laura Prater Russell and Craig Preece  were administered the oath of office by Circuit Court Judge David Barber. The regents elected Eric Howard as chair, Sanford Holbrook as vice chair, Jane Fitzpatrick as secretary and appointed Mary Fister-Tucker as treasurer.  

MSU’s 2022 Fall Career and Internship Fair open for registration 

Morehead State University’s Office of Career Services invites employers and graduate programs to register for the 2022 Fall Career and Internship Fair. The in-person event takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, at the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC).  

Board of Regents meets Aug. 4

The Morehead State University Board of Regents will hold its quarterly meeting on Thursday, Aug. 4, at 9:30 a.m. in room 329 of the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC). 

MSU extends support for those affected by floods in Eastern Kentucky  

Our hearts are with our alumni, students and friends in Eastern Kentucky affected by recent flooding.  

To assist Morehead State University students from counties the governor has identified as major disaster areas eligible for federal aid, MSU is offering early check-in. Any student planning to live in MSU residential housing this fall semester may contact MSU’s Office of Student Housing and request early check-in if they need a place to stay.

Alum Tyler Mullins credits hands-on experience for career success  

When Tyler Mullins (Class of 2014) was growing up just outside of Butcher Holler in Johnson County, he didn't have dreams of eventually working for one of the biggest social media companies in the world as the user researcher for people systems at Twitter. He didn't have a social media account when he attended high school, but that was the least of his struggles.