Center for Computer and Information Technology
About the Center for Computer and Information Technology
Murray State University received funding in 1998 for a Program of Distinction in telecommunications, using resources made available through the Regional University Excellence Trust fund. Specifically, a Center for Telecommunications Systems Management (CTSM) was established through which the University is to address regional and national public and private sector needs. As technology has evolved, so has Murray State's approach to technology education. As of June 2019, CTSM has changed its name to the Center for Computer and Information Technology (CCIT) and expanded its focus to support all aspects of computer and information technology education at Murray State University.
July 15-18, 2019 - WK&T Technology Park
Cyber Experience is a free four-day summer camp for middle and high school students.
The camp will expose students to the development and use of technology in a real-world
September 19, 2019 - Paducah Regional Campus
This year we are offering Technology Matters, a free, half-day conference at the Paducah Regional Campus. If you are interested in the conference, please contact us.
National Advisory Board Meeting
A meeting for the CIT Board members, faculty, and staff to and discuss goals and suggestions for improvement.
TSM Awards Luncheon
April 23, 2020
The Awards Banquet was created to recognize three outstanding individuals who have made a difference in the telecommunications field throughout their career. Other awards presented at the banquet went to undergraduate students, graduate students and online students.
Patterns of Distinction Security Matters
April 23, 2020
Don't forget to register for our Patterns of Distinction Security Matters Conference on Thursday, April 26.
Spring 2020 - Location to be determined
A two day academic conference hosted by the Information Education and Research Association for faculty, staff and students to present papers and hear about a variety of research topics.