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Faculty Research at Morehead State University (Office of Research and Sponsored Programs)

Morehead State University Faculty Research Database is a collection of research publications, reports, creative productions, etc. created by the faculty of Morehead State University from 1964 to the present.

To locate the publications or creative productions of a particular faculty member, type in the surname in the search box located in the upper left hand column.

The materials found on this website have been retrieved from open access online journals or submitted to the Morehead State University Research and Creative Productions Committee as proposals or final reports related to institutional grants. Some materials may only be viewed by students, staff and faculty of Morehead State University. To locate citations of other research produced by Morehead State University faculty consult the Annual Reports of Research and Creative Productions by Faculty and Staff at the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Reports and Publications Collection website.

Morehead Independent Archive (Newspaper Archive)

The Morehead Independent was a local newspaper published in Morehead, Kentucky from 1934 to 1945. William Edward Crutcher was the editor and manager of the publication. This collection includes newspapers published from March 7, 1935 to December 30, 1937.

WMKY Audio Recordings Archive (Library and Archives)

The WMKY Audio Recordings Archive collection consist of digitized audio recordings of radio programs broadcasted on the National Public Radio station located on the campus of Morehead State University. WMKY, at 90.3 FM, has served the communities of eastern Kentucky, southern Ohio and western West Virginia since 1965. The radio station offers regional news, public affairs and documentary programming, as well as a variety of regional music programs consisting of classical, jazz and Americana (bluegrass, blues, folk and traditional/old-time). Included with the collection are audio recordings acquired and retained by the radio station from events held on the Morehead campus prior to 1965.

The quality of the audio recordings may vary considerably depending upon the method in which it was recorded.

Digitization and metadata provided by David Ace