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Sergent named 2023 Kentucky High School Teacher of the Year 

Dr. Amber Sergent (Class of 2001, 2014), a social studies teacher at Woodford County High School, was named 2023 Kentucky High School Teacher of...

Hawkins Named Crayola Creativity Ambassador

Susan Hawkins (Class of 2010), Morehead State instructor of art education, will be a National Arts Education Association (NAEA) Crayola Creativity...

MSU receives Kentucky Reading Project grant

MSU alum Ben Hawkins went from French language enthusiast to Kentucky’s French Teacher of the Year

Morehead State University hosts Teach Meet 2022

Grad School Open House is Aug. 4

MSU College of Education partners with South Dakota tribal school

Hawkins named Crayola Creativity Ambassador

MSU receives the Families of Young Children with Special Needs Program grant

Craft Academy graduation held May 14

Spring commencement recognizes newest graduates

Craft Academy graduation ceremony is May 14

MSU 2022 Spring Commencement is May 14

Celebration of Student Scholarship gathers in-person to recognize academic research and achievement

Winners of 2021 Experiential Education Awards announced at Celebration of Student Scholarship

MSU’s Level UP Program provides valuable service-learning opportunities

MSU successfully achieves SACSCOC reaccreditation

MSU Ed.D. program again ranked as one of nation’s best by Princeton Review

Grad School Open House is April 7

MSU undergraduate research highlighted at Posters-at-the-Capitol

AFE Scholars Program and Kentucky Chautauqua present ‘Alice Lloyd: Stay On, Stranger’

Fleming County principal, MSU alumnus Stephanie Emmons visit with AFE Scholars

Fall commencement celebrates MSU’s newest graduates

MSU education instructor Dr. Sabrina Little selected as Emerging Education Policy Scholar

MSU 2021 Fall Commencement is Dec. 11, livestream will be available

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Sergent named 2023 Kentucky High School Teacher of the Year 

Hawkins Named Crayola Creativity Ambassador

MSU receives Kentucky Reading Project grant

MSU alum Ben Hawkins went from French language enthusiast to Kentucky’s French Teacher of the Year