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MSU’s TSM program wins third straight national student case study
Murray State University Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) faculty, staff and students attended the ITERA Educational Conference April 17-20.
MSU’s TSM program wins third straight national student case study
Editor's Note: How cool is this?  MSU students winning out over Ball State and Texas A & M in a telecommunications management event. These students are working towards the jobs of the future.  MSU was also named best graduate program in the nation for TSM.
The International Telecommunications Education and Research Association (ITERA) awarded Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) students first place at the ITERA National Student Case Study Competition in Atlanta, Ga., this April. Two TSM graduates, John Knight and Jesse Calhoun, attended the conference to present their team’s solution for Healing Net, a cutting-edge telecommunications infrastructure for a fictional hospital.
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Partnership between MSU TSM and CFSB a succees for security conference
Patterns of Distinction-$ecurity Matter$. Staff introduced attendees to tools used for network data tracking, a part of information technology security.
Partnership between MSU TSM and CFSB a succees for security conference
 
            MURRAY, Ky. — The Patterns of Distinction Conference, hosted by the Murray State University Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) is not new to the MSU campus; however, 2009 brought a new flavor to the conference as TSM joined forces with Community Financial Services Bank (CFSB) of Benton, Ky., with their $ecurity Matter$ conference.
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Salazar and Locke Restore Scientific Consultations under the Endangered Species Act to Protect Species and their Habitats
Today, Threatened and Endangered species regained protections lost under the Bush Administration.
Interior and Commerce Secretaries Ken Salazar and Gary Locke, announced that both departments are revoking a Bush Administration 11th hour rule that severely weakened protections for Threatened and Endangered species listed under the Endangered Species Act.
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W.C. Young Award Goes to Frances Willey
 

State Rep. Fred Nesler, D-Mayfield, and Frances Willey wave to the crowd at the annual W.C. Young Award dinner in Paducah Saturday. Nesler was the featured speaker at the program in which Willey, from Lone Oak, received the Young Award for her “support and dedication to the working men and women of Western Kentucky and America.”
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