Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Stephens Kicks Off Sport Management Career on Baltimore Ravens Sideline

Stephens Kicks Off Sport Management Career on Baltimore Ravens Sideline

Southeast Missouri State University senior Melissa Stephens of Jackson, Missouri, said her dad’s guidance as a passionate NFL football fan is paying big dividends. He used to joke that the …

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Don't Dump, Donate Raises $2,400 for Community Caring Council

Don't Dump, Donate Raises $2,400 for Community Caring Council

This year’s Don’t Dump, Donate initiative, which provides students moving out of the residence halls an opportunity to donate their unwanted or unused items to a good cause, filled three …

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SAC Selling St. Louis Cardinal Tickets for June 26 Game

The Student Activities Council is selling 30 tickets to the Monday, June 26, make-up game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds. The game begins at 3:15 p.m. Tickets are $15 each for seats in Section 265. Faculty, staff, students and their guests may purchase tickets with cash or check by contacting Joanna Shaver at jshaver@semo.edu or visiting Campus Life and Event Services at University Center Room 414.

Outdoor Warning Siren, Network Messaging System Being Tested Today

Outdoor Warning Siren, Network Messaging System Being Tested Today

Southeast will test its outdoor warning siren/alert system and network messaging system at noon today, June 7. Both systems are tested regularly at noon on the first Wednesday of each month. …

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EMPLOYEE

Southeast Faculty Invited to Attend CORE Academy June 20-21

University faculty are invited to attend the College of Education's 2017 Collaborative Regional Education (CORE) Academy conference June 20-21 in Dempster Hall and Scully Building. The conference will feature keynote speakers Ron …

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'Summer Institute' 2017 Workshop Series Continues June 13-15

The Office of Instructional Technology and the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning continue the “Summer Institute” series of faculty development presentations June 13-15 in Kent Library 215. This series will offer workshops about Building Simulations, Analyzing Faculty Written Communication, Course Design Workshop, How to Ask Good Questions, Let’s Talk About Wikipedia, Instructional Materials Workshop, Zotero and You, The IRB, the IACUC and You, and much more. Come and hear what these presenters have to say! Please register at https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/.

ACADEMIC

Southeast Department of Agriculture Hosting 2017 MoGIA Tour and Conference

Southeast Department of Agriculture Hosting 2017 MoGIA Tour and Conference

The Missouri Green Industry Alliance (MoGIA) will hold its 2017 MoGIA Summer Professional Tour and Conference June 20-22 on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University. Dr. Sven Svenson, Southeast …

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‘InnovateHER’ Local Competition Winner Announced

‘InnovateHER’ Local Competition Winner Announced

The Small Business Development Center (SBTDC) at Southeast Missouri State University has announced the winner of the local first-round contest for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2017 “InnovateHER: Innovating for …

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Kevin J. Maddock International Studies Scholarship Established at Southeast

Kevin J. Maddock International Studies Scholarship Established at Southeast

The Kevin J. Maddock International Studies Scholarship has been established through the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. Nicholas K. Maddock of New York, New York, made a $10,000 gift to establish …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

River Campus Summer Arts Festival Announces June 17 Event Lineup

River Campus Summer Arts Festival Announces June 17 Event Lineup

Southeast Missouri State University’s 2017 River Campus has announced its event lineup for its fourth annual full-day Community Summer Arts Festival June 17. The day’s events are scheduled for 10 …

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BOGO Faculty/Staff Tickets Available for River Campus Summer Shows

 Buy one get one free tickets are now available for three River Campus summer productions. Tickets are $20 for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” $12 for “Dear Edwina Jr.,” and $20 for adults and $18 for senior citizens for “Greater Tuna.” A maximum of two tickets may be purchased and two free tickets received. Tickets must be purchased at the River Campus Box Office and you must present your faculty/staff ID. For show dates and more information, visit http://news.semo.edu/three-productions-highlight-2017-river-campus-summer-arts-festival/, call the River Campus Box Office at (573) 651-2265 or email tickets@semo.edu.

Openings Remain for Theatre Summer Academy's Acting Intensive, Super Hero Stage Combat, Jedi Training Camps

Openings are still available for the Theatre Summer Academy's three camps at Southeast's River Campus. Acting Intensive Overview, an acting workshop for both resident and commuter students in grades 8-12, …

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