Wednesday, March 03, 2021


Southeast Alumna Taking Love of Planetary Science to Next Level at MIT

Southeast Missouri State University alumna Samantha Hasler plans to take her love of planetary science to the next level at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where she has been admitted and awarded a fully funded fellowship as a doctoral student in the Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences department beginning in fall 2020. “I wanted to study at MIT because …
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KRCU Seeking Faculty to Record Congratulatory Graduation Messages for Students

KRCU Public Radio is hoping to send off Southeast's spring and summer 2020 candidates for graduation in a big way. KRCU is asking faculty to record a short audio message personally congratulating their graduating students this spring and wishing them well as they begin their next chapter. The messages will air on KRCU over the next two weeks. If you are interested in recording a congratulatory message to your students for broadcast on KRCU, please contact KRCU General Manager Dan Woods at who will share details with you.

Call for Story Tips on Spring, Summer Graduates

With the spring semester nearly complete and many of our students soon to be graduating, University Communications is seeking tips about students who have secured employment after graduation with top firms in their field of study, or who have been accepted into top post-graduate programs. Their stories will be featured on the University website and in social media as #AlwaysARedhawk spotlights and will be distributed to regional media outlets. If you are aware of outstanding graduating students in your college or department who you would like to see featured, please submit a story tip here.


Fiscal Year-End Deadline Memo Issued

The annual fiscal year-end deadlines memo has been issued. The fiscal year-end memo outlines the due dates for departments to complete certain transactions related to FY20 activity. It is available for viewing at Questions should be directed to the appropriate department listed within the memo. Your cooperation greatly contributes to a smooth year-end closing.

'TechTalk' Features Articles, Tools to Keep Technology Skills at Their Best

During this time of teleworking, take an opportunity to brush up on your digital expertise. Information Technology's (IT) online technology newsletter "TechTalk" has educational infographics, tutorials and guides on a variety of subjects – with new information published every Monday. In only a couple of minutes, learn a skill, discover a new topic, or improve your online security. Recent article topics …
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Southeast Launching New Online Programs in Child Care and Guidance, Child Development

Southeast Missouri State University is launching two new online degree programs this summer for individuals interested in advancing their education in child care and child development. An online Associate of Arts in Child Care and Guidance and an online Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies with a child development option will provide a seamless pathway for students to …
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Charlie Brune Golf Classic Rescheduled for Sept. 14

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Southeast Missouri Athletics has postponed its Kohlfeld Distributing Charlie Brune Golf Classic.

Women's Basketball Celebrates 2019-2020 Season in Virtual Banquet

The 2019-2020 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Champion Southeast Missouri women's basketball team hosted a live virtual banquet to celebrate its accomplishments Thursday night. Fans were invited to join the Redhawks for the special event on Zoom.
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