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Registration open for STEM camp for girls

The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University will host the 14th annual Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science (GEMS) Camp on Saturday, Nov. 10. Registration is open through Oct. 20.

Career Fair held Oct. 2

More than 100 employers were present at Morehead State’s Fall Career Fair Tuesday, Oct. 2, where students expanded their professional network and got a foot in the door with different organizations.  

World-renowned Cuban artist exhibits and teaches this month at MSU

Students come from around the state, across the country and around the world to obtain a college education at Morehead State University. Soon, a world-renowned visual artist will be making a trip to MSU to both showcase his work and share his knowledge with students.

Browning Orchard festival Held Sept. 30

MSU faculty, students and members of the community welcomed the start of fall at the annual Browning Orchard Festival, held Sunday, Sept. 30, at the orchard in Wallingford.

MSU English professor completes Fulbright Scholarship

As a German-born U.S. citizen and current co-director of the Berlin Program for the Kentucky Institute for International Studies, Dr. Sylvia Henneberg is no stranger to international travel. In fact, the MSU professor of English was recently asked to travel overseas again, only this time through her selection to the illustrious Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.

MSU’s Inscape magazine seeks artist submissions

Morehead State University students that have something to express with their words or with a work of art have always had an annual outlet through Inscape, Morehead State University’s juried literary and visual art journal. The publication is currently seeking submissions for its annual issue set to publish in 2019.