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Tuesday, March 09, 2021

/ CAMPUS

Giving Tuesday Now: Support Students Through Emergency Relief Funds

Southeast is participating in Giving Tuesday Now today, May 5 to support students facing new challenges and unexpected costs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Around  the world, people are being faced with new challenges. Southeast students are no different. They're transitioning to online learning, and many students and families are facing unexpected costs. In some cases, this may mean falling short …
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Kodish, Daniel Receive NACADA Outstanding Advising Awards

Dr. Slavica Kodish and Dana Daniel, faculty academic and professional advisors respectively at Southeast Missouri State University, are the recipients of the National Academic Advising Association’s (NACADA) outstanding academic advising awards. Kodish has been honored with NACADA’s Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Advising - Faculty Academic Advising. Daniel has been awarded a Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Advising - Primary …
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Mobile Redhawk Food Pantry Available May 7 to Southeast Students, Faculty, Staff

The Redhawk Food Pantry, in partnership with the Southeast Missouri Food Bank, will be making 200 boxes of non-perishable food items available for Southeast students, faculty, staff and Chartwells employees to pick up on Thursday, May 7, outside of the Student Recreation Center (west entrance outside Student Aquatic Center). Pick-up will be available starting at 10 a.m. until the food …
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/ EMPLOYEE

Owens, Brethold Honored with Chairpersons Forum Recognition Awards

Kelly Owens, administrative assistant in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Jessica Brethold, academic advisor, were recently honored with the Chairpersons Forum Recognition Award for the spring 2020 semester. The Chairpersons Forum Recognition Award was created to show appreciation for an administrative assistant in an academic unit that has provided exemplary service and to a staff member from …
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Tornado Warning, SE Alerts System Being Tested May 6

Southeast will test its tornado warning siren system and SE Alerts notification system at noon Wednesday, May 6. Employees using VPN to remote into their work computer will see a test message from the desktop notification system (Alertus) appear on their screen at noon if their work computer is connected to the University’s local area network. Employees who are not remoted into their work computer during the duration of the test, will not see the message. In the event of severe weather, the test will be postponed. The Cities of Cape Girardeau and Jackson, along with Cape Girardeau County, also will conduct their regularly scheduled drill on Wednesday, May 6, at noon to ensure that all storm sirens are operating properly. Even if you are working remotely at home, please use this time to prepare yourself and others for a severe weather event. For more information on SE Alerts, visit semo.edu/sealerts. Faculty and staff wishing to verify and update their contact information for SE Alerts should follow these instructions.

'Take-Away Friday' Continues May 8 with 'Managing Faculty Burnout and Recommendations for Self Care'

The Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (CSTL) continues the “Take-Away Friday” series of faculty development presentations at noon  May 8 on Zoom. “Managing Our Faculty Burnout and Recommendations for Self-Care” will be presented by Dr. Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs, instructor of communication studies and director of Health Communication at Southeast, and Dr. Missy Nieveen-Phegley, professor of English and director of composition and assessment at Southeast. This session will cover the results of the recent faculty burnout study and provide recommendations based on those findings and strategies for self-care. To register, visit cstl.semo.edu/event.

/ ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Rescheduled Dates Announced for ‘Disney's 101 Dalmatians KIDS’ Youth Theatre Workshop

Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus announces rescheduled dates for youth to participate in a summer youth theatre workshop producing “Disney’s 101 Dalmatians KIDS” as part of its 2020 River Campus Summer Arts Festival. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the workshop is now scheduled for July 20-Aug. 9. Students will participate in all-day acting workshops and rehearsals. The workshop gives …
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Southeast Theatre Alum Earns His Ears at Disney

Southeast Missouri State University alumnus Maxwell Schnur loves seeing happy faces at “The Happiest Place on Earth.” “Seeing the faces of our guests, both adults and children alike, light up when they enjoy the show and the magical experience we provide them -- that’s my favorite part,” he says of his role. A native of Joplin, Missouri, Schnur has spent …
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/ REDHAWKS

Former SEMO Wide Receiver Paul McRoberts Named to St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Decade Team

Former Southeast Missouri star wide receiver Paul McRoberts was named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Decade First-Team Offense. McRoberts attended Soldan High School before playing four years with the Redhawks from 2012-2015.
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Athletics Announces Fan-Friendly Changes to 2020-2021 Season Ticket Options

Southeast Missouri Director of Athletics Brady Barke announced Tuesday a series of fan-friendly changes to SEMO's season ticket policies for the 2020 Football and 2020-2021 Basketball seasons in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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