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Lewis and Carolyn Ford Bock Named 2017 Friends of the University

Lewis and Carolyn Ford Bock Named 2017 Friends of the University

Lewis and Carolyn Ford Bock of Cape Girardeau and The Woodlands, Texas, have been named the 2017 Friends of the University by the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. They will be …

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KRCU Discusses State Budget Cuts, Draft Tobacco Use/Smoking Policy with Vargas

KRCU General Manager Dan Woods recently sat down with Southeast President Carlos Vargas in the latest edition of “Vargas Speaks.” In the first segment, Vargas discusses the impact of state …

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Zerlina Maxwell Presenting Michael Davis Lecture Feb. 15

Zerlina Maxwell Presenting Michael Davis Lecture Tomorrow, Feb. 15

Zerlina Maxwell, attorney, political analyst, writer and commentator, will present Southeast Missouri State University’s 21st annual Michael Davis Lecture from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Glenn Auditorium of Dempster Hall. Maxwell's …

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Southeast Launching Events in Observance of Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Southeast Launching Events in Observance of Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Katie Diebold, registered dietitian with Chartwells Dining Services at Southeast Missouri State University, will be the keynote speaker Feb. 21 at a presentation highlighting events during Eating Disorders Awareness Week …

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Chinese New Year Gala Scheduled Feb. 17

 The Chinese Student & Scholars Association will host the “Chinese New Year of Rooster Gala” at 6 p.m. Feb. 17 at Centenary United Methodist Church. The Gala will feature authentic Chinese cuisine, games and performances. Admission is free. The festival is being held in connection with the Chinese New Year, which was Jan. 31, celebrating the year of the rooster. The Southeast community is invited. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/SEMOCSSA/.

EMPLOYEE

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Human Resources Launches Skillsoft Online Training System

Human Resources is now offering training opportunities through Skillsoft, an eLearning online training resource. With Skillsoft, Southeast faculty and staff will have access to online compliance trainings, such as sexual harassment prevention …

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'Take-Away Friday' Continues Feb. 17

The “Take-Away Friday” series of faculty development workshops will present “When Social Media & Title IX Collide" at noon Feb. 17 in Towers Complex Room 110. This week, the Office of …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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Calling all Youth for River Campus Summer Production of ‘Dear Edwina, Jr.’

Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus is once again offering a summer youth theatre experience as part of its River Campus Summer Arts Festival.  Due to last summer’s successful production …

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Kahler’s ‘Fanning My Art’ Exhibition at Cape Public Library

Kahler’s ‘Fanning My Art’ Exhibition at Cape Public Library

Caroline Kahler, professor of art at Southeast Missouri State University, is hosting her exhibit “Fanning My Art” through March 2 at the Cape Girardeau Public Library. “Fanning My Art” is …

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Student Artist to Present Lecture, Artwork at Red Light Night Feb. 16

Southeast student Caitlin Kennedy, a senior ceramics major, will present her artwork and lecture entitled “Who Rescued Whom? The Art of Depression and Dogs” at the Arts Council of Southeast …

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REDHAWKS

Track and Field Hosts Redhawks Invitational Feb. 17

Southeast’s men’s and women’s track and field teams hold their Redhawks Invitational on Friday, Feb. 17. Start time is 3 p.m. at the Student Recreation Center. The Redhawks will then head to the Alex Wilson Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 18.

Vote for Antonius Cleveland in 'Dark Horse Dunker' Competition

Southeast Missouri's electrifying dunk leader Antonius Cleveland is among 16 finalists for the 2017 Dark Horse Dunker competition and is in the running to compete in the State Farm College Slam Dunk Championship Final Four weekend in Phoenix, Arizona. The competition will begin today at noon with first round voting. Fans will determine the winner by voting daily at DarkHorseDunker.com throughout the four-week competition.

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Mahoney Wins Fourth OVC Freshman of the Week Honor

For the fourth time in five weeks, Southeast Missouri guard Denzel Mahoney was named the adidas® Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Week.

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Anderson Earns Co-OVC Player of the Week Honor

Following her first weekend of NCAA Division I softball, Southeast Missouri freshman outfielder Rachel Anderson was named adidas® Ohio Valley Conference Co-Player of the Week on Monday, Feb. 13.

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Doroshenko Named Preseason All-OVC

Freshman Oleksandra Doroshenko was named to the Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference Team and Southeast was picked eighth in this year's Predicted Order of Finish.

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Baseball Voted Co-Favorites in OVC Race

Southeast Missouri baseball has been picked as co-favorites in the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference race, the league announced on Friday, Feb. 10. Additionally, the Redhawks landed three players on the Preseason All-OVC Team. Outfielder Chris Osborne and starting pitchers Robert Beltran and Clay Chandler were chosen as Preseason All-OVC Team members.

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