Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Dr. Judy Wiles Named Interim Dean of Harrison College of Business

Dr. Judy Wiles Named Interim Dean of Harrison College of Business

Dr. Judy Wiles, chair of the Department of Management and Marketing and director of the Douglas C. Greene Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Southeast Missouri State University, has been …

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Dedication of New Center for Speech and Hearing Today

A dedication ceremony for the new Center for Speech and Hearing will be held at 1 p.m. today, May 5. The new building is helping better serve the needs of the Center's clients and features therapy rooms, two labs, rooms for diagnostic services and audiological testing, a clinical kitchen, an observation lounge, offices and a student workroom. In addition, a presentation by Dr. Cynthia Fox, vice president and co-founder of LSVT Global, Inc., and a 1992 Southeast graduate, is scheduled at 3 p.m. in Crisp Hall Room 125. She will discuss current trends in the use of LSVT with pediatric populations. To RSVP for either event, contact Torie Eskew at (573) 651-2155 or teskew@semo.edu.

Ribbon Cutting Today for New CTC Facility to House Cape College Center

Ribbon Cutting Today for New CTC Facility to House Cape College Center

The Cape Career and Technology Center (CTC) is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning for its $3.8 million, 25,000-square-foot expansion project. The new CTC building, located at 1080 S. …

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Students Lend a Hand with Sandbagging Efforts

Students Lend a Hand with Sandbagging Efforts

Several Southeast Missouri State University students are doing their part this week to keep rising floodwaters at bay. Students in RC405 "Trends and Issues in Recreation and Leisure" rolled up …

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Southeast Classes at Three Rivers College Canceled Through Friday, May 5

Southeast Classes at Three Rivers College Canceled Through Today

Southeast Missouri State University classes and all activities at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, are canceled through today, May 5. Flooding along the Black, St. Francis and Current …

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Volunteers Needed for SEclipse Activities

Would you like to help make the celebration of the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 a success? If you are interested in volunteering to staff a carnival-style activity along Normal Avenue the day of the event, please complete the SEclipse volunteer form at http://eclipse.semo.edu/volunteerPre-planned activities for you to volunteer with are available, or you can suggest your own! Faculty, staff, students and campus departments are welcome to volunteer.

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Call for Story Tips on Student Summer Internships

With the spring semester nearly over, many of our students are poised to begin summer internships and experiences next month. The Southeast News Bureau is seeking tips on interesting feature …

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Campus Technology Survey Now Available

As part of Information Technology's (IT) efforts to improve information technology for the University, the campus community is asked to participate in the following survey available here. The survey should only take about …

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Parking Lot Closure Announced

Lot 2-16 Employee Parking will be closed starting May 15-July 28 due to the roof replacement and exterior envelope work at Crisp Hall. Facilities Management apologizes for the inconvenience. A map of the closed area is available here. For more information or questions, contact Amanda Walker at (573) 651- 2059 or adewrock@semo.edu.

ACADEMIC

Southeast Students Receive SPS Chapter Research Award for Biomedical Engineering Project

Southeast Students Receive SPS Chapter Research Award for Biomedical Engineering Project

Five Southeast Missouri State University students recently were awarded a $2,000 Society of Physics Students (SPS) Chapter Research Award for their project to develop technology to boost the success of …

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Rigueur Wins Crader Family Book Prize in American Values

Rigueur Wins Crader Family Book Prize in American Values

The 2017 winner of the Crader Family Book Prize in American Values has been announced at Southeast Missouri State University. Dr. Leah Wright Rigueur has been selected as the winner …

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Southeast Business Plan Competition 2017 Winners Announced

Southeast Business Plan Competition 2017 Winners Announced

The Douglas C. Greene Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Catapult Creative House at Southeast Missouri State University have announced the winners of the inaugural Southeast Business Plan Competition (SBPC) …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

River Campus Announces Summer Arts Festival Dates and Shows

River Campus Announces Summer Arts Festival Dates and Shows

Southeast Missouri State University announces its fourth annual community River Campus Summer Arts Festival to be held June 17. In addition to the festival, an ambitious summer season of three …

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Pirola Featured in May 7 Sundays at Three Program at Southeast’s River Campus

Pirola Featured in May 7 Sundays at Three Program at Southeast’s River Campus

Italian maestro, Fabio Pirola, the conductor of the St. Petersburg Russia Gubernatorsky Orchestra, will lead Southeast Missouri State University faculty and students in a concert featuring music by Italian composers …

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REDHAWKS

Baseball Series at Western Michigan Modified

Southeast Missouri baseball's three-game series at Western Michigan has been modified due to forecasted rain today. The Redhawks and Broncos will open the series Saturday at 11 a.m. with a doubleheader. The finale will be played Sunday at 11 a.m. Fans can listen to the series in its entirety on SEMO ESPN 92.9 FM.

Softball Wraps Up Regular Season Saturday

The Redhawk softball team heads to UT Martin for its final doubleheader of the season on Saturday, May 6. Southeast can secure the eighth spot in this year’s Ohio Valley Conference Tournament if it sweeps the Skyhawks and Belmont gets swept.

Women's Cross Country and Volleyball Earn APR Awards

Southeast Missouri's women's cross country and volleyball programs earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on their most recent multiyear Academic Progress Rates Wednesday, May 3.

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