Sunday, November 9, 2014

Friendly Reminders From Registrar

Current CDI students- please note the important dates!!

Faculty,

Please share with your students:

Drop Deadline:  Monday, November 17th is the last day to drop full semester or 2nd half semester classes is Monday, November 17th.  Students drop classes through their myGate Academics Tab by 11:59 p.m.  Students will receive a grade of W (no penalty).

Audit Deadline:  Monday, November 17th is the last day to change full semester or 2nd half semester classes to audit.  Signed permission from the instructor is required which must be submitted to the Registration Office by 4:30 p.m. for processing.

Audit policy:  page 39 of the 2014-2015 Academic Bulletin states, Regular class attendance is expected of an auditor. Because audited classes are considered load credit, instructors have the authority to fail an auditing student if he or she does not do the required work, or fails to attend the class.”

Advance scheduling for Spring 2015 begins Monday, November 10th8 a.m.  The Scheduling Timetable is found here:  http://www.murraystate.edu/Academics/RegistrarsOffice/Registration/TimetableForAdvancedScheduling.aspx

Students can also see their registration time ticket on their Academics Tab, Registration Status link.


Kristina Jackson
Associate Registrar
113 Sparks Hall
Murray, KY 42071
FAX:  270/809-5727

Monday, November 3, 2014

Annual NSSLHA Halloween Party-2014

It was a fabulous night to celebrate Halloween and socialize outside of class with our peers and Center faculty! We had a wide variety of special guests including a whole crew of minions and the Super Hero Rehabilitation Team. Thank you to everyone who came and made the annual NSSLHA Halloween party a fun night! 
~ Emily M.NSSLHA Prez




24  minions ( aka members from graduate class of 2016) -you guys rock-keeping the tradition alive! 






Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Our own Allison Board is a National College Equestrian

Our own Allison Board is an avid horse rider, she owns a horse, Zips RV Radical aka "Gator"! Gator lives with trainer, Clayton Jerrell,  in Paducah. Gator and Allison are competitive team travelling all over the country. Check out Allison's cover shot below!!!

                                                                   

Allison has been riding forever! Allison joined the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology this summer and in addition to being a successful student she is also a national superstar in the arena. Allison was recently featured in the AQHA Journal with trainer Bennie Sargent.  The American Quarter Horse Association Journal  is read by horse lovers across the country.



In addition, this November Allison will be competing in the Collegiate Challenge at the  AQHA World Show in Oklahoma City. This is where the best of the best college riders will showcase their horsemanship!

The faculty, staff and students of MSU wish Allison best of luck with her competition!!!
For more information about Allison and her riding endeavors check out the links below:












Saturday, October 25, 2014

Rocken Our Genes!!

Caden and County Major of Montgomery County Tennessee Jim Durrett
Graduate Student in Speech-Language Pathology completed a Graduate Seminar on Down syndrome with a super fun service learning project on October 11th. As part of their study the ladies learned about leadership, advocacy and professional service.  They put this knowledge to work at the 3rd Annual Community Advocating for Every Special Citizen (CARES)Walk and Expo. The event is hosted by the Clarksville Association for Down syndrome and City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation.


I can't brag on these students enough and although we did not take home first place for the t-shirt contest the Speech Ladies  added to the fun. The seminar students created a photo booth that went with the event theme "Rocken my Genes! Our booth was one of over 50 that served the community at the 1-mile fun walk and expo attended by over 500 individuals.


Community members used all kinds of fun props and poses to show off their Genes!
The Speech Ladies took over 100 pictures of community rock stars!




Clarksville Tennessee Mayor McMillian





Friday, October 24, 2014

Seniors- Don't Forget!!



The deadline for May 2015 undergraduate graduation applications is fast approaching.  
Degree applications are available on myGate the following dates:
May 2015 application – Now through November 3, 2014

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

MSU Homecoming 2014






Murray State University celebrated the 2014 Homecoming “Racers Across America” this past weekend. As for NSSLHA, it was another successful Tent City/Homecoming filled with fun, friendships and Racer pride. Despite the wet and cool weather conditions, NSSLHA members were out in full force as they mingled with Communication Disorders faculty, graduate students and even some alumni. Tent City is a tradition at MSU that we are so fortunate and proud to participate in. It was a joy to see the smiling faces of everyone that stopped by our tent! To top it all off, the Racers completed the afternoon by earning a win over SEMO in double overtime! Go Racers!


Tuesday, October 7, 2014

CDI Senior Shows Outstanding Professional Service Skills




Bullying has become a hot topic in across the country. Senior CDI major Krista Scott teamed up with Ms. Anna Dicus’s  to help  4th graders at Harrelson Elementary to take a stand against bullying. 


Krista helped the students better understand intellectual disabilities are the impact of bullying on these individuals. She used a toothpaste analogy for hurtful words, once they are out you can't put them back without leaving a mess! 
We are so proud of your initiative and efforts-  thanks your CDI faculty and staff