Many alumni of Southeast Missouri State University leave their mark on the inside of the Academic Hall dome.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Oct. 9, 2006 – Twenty-three graduates of Southeast Missouri State University returned to campus Sept. 25 to discuss their career paths with current students in an event billed as Alumni Monday. Alumni Monday is a new component of the Alumni Association’s program to strengthen the Southeast community by providing students opportunities to learn from and network with successful Southeast graduates. The returning Southeast graduates held lectures and discussions on campus with students about the direction their careers have taken them.
In the front row, from left, are Southeast Missouri State University President Kenneth W. Dobbins; Jennifer Gadberry, Whitney Thomas, Kaci Pilcher, Matthew Basch and Alumni Association President Mike Price; second row, from left, Dr. Roy Keller, Michael Hudson and Shawn Grindstaff; third row, from left, Debra Schumer, Christie Shinn and Scott Giles; fourth row, from left, Matt Modica, Shannon Kitchen, Cory Crosnoe and Cheryl Crittenden; fifth row, from left, Jon Langhans, Dr. Tom Gibbons and Paul Gard; sixth row, from left, Dr. John Bierk, Andy Engle and Delecia Huitt; and top row, from left, Rob Ward, Kyle Blank and Assistant Cape Girardeau Police Chief Randy Roddy.
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