Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Redhawk Food Pantry/Career Closet Now Open in Textbook Rental

Redhawk Food Pantry/Career Closet Now Open in Textbook Rental

On Monday, March 20, the Redhawk Food Pantry opened in Kent Library Room 123 in the Textbook Rental area on the lower level of the library to serve members of …

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Southeast Student Goes All-Aboard on Six-Month Internship

Southeast Missouri State University junior Patrick Colosimo of St. Louis, Missouri, says his six-month internship as a steward on the National Geographic’s Sea Lion expedition ship was the most memorable …

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Arrow Finishes Second in National Best-of-Show College Media Association Competition

Arrow Finishes Second in National Best-of-Show College Media Association Competition

Southeast Missouri State University’s student newspaper, the Arrow, was awarded second place March 14 in the David L. Adams Apple Awards contest at the College Media Association’s Spring National …

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Southeast Economic and Business Engagement Center Studying Feasibility of Regional Artisan Innovation Hub

Southeast Economic and Business Engagement Center Studying Feasibility of Regional Artisan Innovation Hub

Input from a series of community workshops to learn about and discuss the needs of local artists and craftspeople who want to increase production of their work and reach a …

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Soles4Souls On-Campus Shoe Collection Week March 26-April 2 at Southeast

Soles4Souls On-Campus Shoe Collection Week March 26-April 2 at Southeast

Soles4Souls on Campus, the Baptist Student Center and Southeast Catholic Campus Ministry will collect new and gently worn shoes March 26-April 2 to help make a difference here and around …

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Indian Student Association Hosting 'Indian Night' at Rec Center

The Indian Subcontinent Student Association will host “Indian Night” at 6 p.m. March 24 in the Student Recreation Center. This is a free stress-busting event open to all Southeast students. "Indian Night" will feature authentic Indian food and performances. Namaste!

Slavic Students Present 'Slavic Showcase'

The Slavic Student Association will host “Slavic Showcase” at 6 p.m. March. 25 on the third floor of the University Center. The festival will feature authentic Slavic food, performances and dancing. Three of the 13 Slavic countries are represented at Southeast: Serbia, Poland and Ukraine.

Regional Support Center Staff Participate in Prevention Day Events

Regional Support Center Staff Participate in Prevention Day Events

Four Regional Support Center (RSC) preventionists at Southeast Missouri State University recently attended the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s (CADCA) 27th National Leadership Forum and the Substance Abuse and Mental …

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Missouri Storm Aware

DPS Urges You To Practice Before The Storm

As the likelihood of spring-time severe weather approaches, the Department of Public Safety reminds you that now is the time to practice a response to tornado and severe thunderstorms. Doing …

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EMPLOYEE

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 FY17 activity, such as the …

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Kenny Mayberry

Kenneth Mayberry Retiring After 27 Years With DPS

Kenneth Mayberry, chief law enforcement officer, captain and assistant director of Police Operations in the Department of Public Safety (DPS), is retiring from Southeast Missouri State University effective March 31. …

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Take-Away Friday Presents 'Kanopy and Other Streaming Services'

The “Take-Away Friday” series of faculty development workshops presents “Kanopy and Other Streaming Services" at noon March 24 in the Towers Complex Room 110. This week, the Office of Instructional …

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ACADEMIC

Truman, America in the 1960s Focus of Two New Books by Southeast History Professors

Truman, America in the 1960s Focus of Two New Books by Southeast History Professors

Two Southeast Missouri State University history professors recently penned two new books both published this month by the University of Missouri Press. Dr. Wayne Bowen, chair of Southeast’s …

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Dugger Lecture to Focus on How World War I Influenced Mental Health Policy

Dr. Anness Stagner, dean of academic services at Lamar Community College in Lamar, Colorado, will present "Coming to Terms with Failure: The Story of American Medicine and Shell Shock" at …

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Call for Proposals Issued for Middle Eastern Studies Courses

The application deadline is 5 p.m. April 15 for those wishing to submit proposals for funding to develop fully online courses that could be included as part of an online …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Salon des Refusés Showcases Student Artwork Alongside Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Salon des Refusés Showcases Student Artwork Alongside Annual Juried Student Exhibition

“Salon des Refusés” will continue for another season at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus Art Gallery. The exhibition will be on display from April 3-13 with a reception from …

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REDHAWKS

Cleveland Wins Dark Horse Dunker

Antonius Cleveland will be the first Southeast player to compete in the College Slam Dunk Championship after he won the Dark Horse Dunker competition on March 17. Cleveland will participate in the Slam Dunk Championship on Thursday, March 30, at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. The Slam Dunk Championship will be televised live on ESPN at 9 p.m. that night.

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Baseball Heads to Central Arkansas Today

Southeast Missouri heads to Central Arkansas for a midweek matchup tonight. The Redhawks and Bears are slated for a 6 p.m. first pitch under the lights in Conway, Arkansas. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 92.9 FM.

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Track and Field Heads to Joe Welker Invitational

The Redhawk men’s and women’s track and field teams participate in the Joe Welker Invitational on Friday-Saturday, March 25-26.

Brawner Qualifies for NCAA Regionals

Southeast gymnast Alexis Brawner was selected for the Fayetteville NCAA Regional, hosted by Arkansas. Brawner will compete in the all-around at the event on April 1.

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Free Football Youth Clinic is April 1

The Fourth Annual Southeast Missouri Football Free Youth Clinic is Saturday, April 1, at Houck Stadium. This year's event, presented by Academy Sports, is open to boys and girls entering grades 1-8. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the clinic to follow from 10 a.m.-noon. Participants will receive a free T-shirt (limited to the first 200 kids that register) and learn fundamentals and skills from Redhawk student-athletes. Pre-registration is available here.

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