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Wednesday, March 03, 2021

/ CAMPUS

Smith, Malik Appointed to Southeast Missouri State Board of Regents

Lloyd Smith of Sikeston, Missouri, and Vivek Malik of Wildwood, Missouri, have been appointed by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson to serve as members of the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents. Smith replaces Jay B. Knudtson of Cape Girardeau, whose term on the Board has expired. Malik replaces the late Dennis Vinson of Cape Girardeau who passed away Dec. …
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Open Forums Set for Finalists for Dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Studies

The campus community is invited to attend open forums to meet the three finalists for the position of Dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Studies. They are as follows:
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Open Forums Set for Learning Management System Vendors

As Southeast considers a new Learning Management System (LMS), three vendors have been invited to campus to demonstrate their solutions and respond to questions during an open forum. The following vendors will be on campus:
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2019-2020 Fact Book Now Available

The 2019-2020 Fact Book, published by Institutional Research at Southeast, is now available at https://semo.edu/ir/factbook.html. The Fact Book provides the University community and others with a summary of institutional data related to enrollment, student success and faculty/staff information.

Institutional Research Relocated to Pacific Hall

Institutional Research, previously located in Dearmont Hall, has moved to Pacific Hall Room 401. The main office phone at (573) 651-2249 and Mail Stop at 2025, will remain the same.

/ EMPLOYEE

2019 W-2 Forms Now Available; 1095-C Forms Coming Soon

Electronic W-2 forms for 2019 are now available to view and print online through Employee Self-Service. Also, employers are required to furnish employees Form 1095-C Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage document. The 1095-C form is part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that requires employers to provide full-time employees (averaging 30 hours or more per week) documentation of whether health …
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New 2020 Federal Tax Changes Announced

As was previously shared with faculty and staff, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a new federal Form W-4 tax withholding form for use effective Jan. 1, 2020. There are four major changes for 2020: All allowances (including self and dependents) have been removed from the Federal tax withholding tables. Introduces a new section on the first page for …
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'Take-Away Friday' Continues Jan. 31 with 'Field Trip!'

The Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning continues the "Take-Away Friday" series of faculty development presentations at noon Jan. 31 in the Jean Ann Whitaker Model Classroom in the EDvolution Center, Scully Room 209. "Field Trip!" will be presented by Morgan Schmid, instructor of interior design; Dr. Nicholas Johnston, assistant professor of hospitality management; and Dr. Steven Hoffman, professor of history and coordinator of the Historic Preservation program. Experiential learning is mentioned explicitly in the University's mission statement, and it is a very effective method of teaching. In this session, learn from Southeast faculty who put their students in the field, and the strengths and pitfalls of this teaching approach. To register, visit https://cstl.semo.edu/event.

/ ACADEMIC

Southeast Students Present Heart Research at Biomedical Engineering Society Conference

Two Southeast Missouri State University students recently were selected to present their tricuspid heart valve research at the Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in Philadelphia. “Our research could potentially lead to saving lives in the future,” said Southeast senior Kate Appleman who co-authored the study along with Andrew Behrmann. “My family has a history of heart disease, so maybe, one day, …
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Southeast Biology Student’s Heart Research Aims to Save Lives

Southeast Missouri State University student Rutradarshini Asokan hopes studying and researching the heart can help save lives and prepare her to be a successful cardiovascular surgeon. Asokan, of Seremban, Malaysia, a senior biology major, biomedical sciences option, with a chemistry minor, was recently selected to present her heart atria and valve research at the Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in Philadelphia. …
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/ ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Crisp Museum Hosting ‘Knitting Ear Warmers’ Workshop Jan. 30

The Rosemary Berkel and Harry L Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus is hosting a “Knitting Ear Warmers” workshop at 2 p.m. Jan. 30. This event is free and is open to the public. Supplies will be provided, but participants may bring their own as well. During the workshop, participants who are beginners will learn a few easy …
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/ REDHAWKS

Men's Basketball Travels to Morehead State

Southeast Missouri's men's basketball team travels to Morehead State University on Thursday, Jan. 30. All games are broadcast live on the radio at Real Rock 99.3 FM. Watch live on ESPN+. Live stats available at https://msueagles.com/.
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Women's Basketball on the Road at Morehead State Thursday

Southeast Missouri's women's basketball team takes on Morehead State University on Thursday, Jan. 30. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM. Watch live on ESPN+. Live stats available at MSUEagles.com.

Tennis Faces SLU

The Redhawk women's tennis team travels to Saint Louis University (SLU) for a midweek matchup on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
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