Tuesday, March 9, 2021


Southeast Faculty, Students Gear Up for Solar Eclipse Citizen CATE Project

Southeast Faculty, Students Gear Up for Solar Eclipse Citizen CATE Project

On a recent evening on the Southeast Missouri State University campus, seniors Jordan Duncan, Sam Fincher and Taylor Shivelbine made adjustments to an 80 millimeter diameter, 500 millimeter focal length …


Southeast Students Get Taste of St. Louis on Advertising Club Internship Hop

When you think “advertising,” the Aflac duck, Progressive’s Flo and creatively brilliant Super Bowl ads may come to mind. Well two Southeast Missouri State University students are hoping to add …


Department Offices Returning to Grauel July 17-26

Department Offices Returning to Grauel July 17-26

Facilities Management will be moving the Departments of Communication Disorders, English and Mass Media back into Grauel Building July 17-26. Below is a schedule of anticipated move-in days: July 17-24: …


Normal Between Pacific and Sprigg Closing for Repairs Through Early August

Normal Avenue between Pacific and Spriggs streets will close in the coming days and will remain closed through early August while the City of Cape Girardeau makes repairs. During the closure, the street will be replaced and utilities repaired. Please choose an alternate route to and from campus during this closure.

Table Space Reservation Available for New Student Move-In Day

The Office of Residence Life invites the campus community to participate in New Student Move-In Day on Thursday, Aug. 17. To reserve a table in the Student Recreation Center, University departments or student organizations may register by email at ResidenceLife@semo.edu. Please include the organization’s name and contact person with their email address and phone number, as well as any necessary special accommodations, such as an electrical outlet. The Move-In Day event will be held from 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Please allow time for set up prior to 6 a.m. Groups may set up the day before, Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 4-6 p.m.

Information Technology Launches Website Redesign

The Department of Information Technology (IT) has recently redesigned its website at http://www.semo.edu/it/ to provide a friendlier navigational approach, simplified with the offering of a more visual and descriptive menu format. A new section, "Did you know…," allows visitors to quickly scan some of the department’s highlights, facts and figures for fiscal year 2016. The University community is encouraged to check the site regularly to see the monthly updates of Tech Talk and Spotlight DoIT.


Deadline July 14 to Register as SEclipse Volunteer 

Would you like to help make historic Great American Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21 a success? Leave us your information at http://eclipse.semo.edu/volunteer by Friday, July 14, if you are interested in volunteering for the event. Tasks may include managing one of the many activity booths on Normal, ushering people at Houck Field, distributing glasses around campus, and answering any Southeast-related questions people might have. Faculty, staff, students and campus departments are welcome to volunteer. Volunteers will receive a SEclipse volunteer T-Shirt and lunch the day of the Eclipse. Volunteers are expected to attend a meeting (less than one hour) in early August to receive instructions for the day of the eclipse.

FY18 Travel Allowance Rates Announced

Effective for travel on July 1, 2017, and after, the state mileage allowance rate for the use of a personal vehicle on University business will remain the same at 37 cents per mile. This rate is set by the State of Missouri, Office of Administration. The mileage rate for moving expenses is 17 cents per mile and is set by the Internal Revenue Service. 




Women's Basketball Signs Transfer Breannah Bretches

 Southeast Missouri women's basketball signed Charleston Southern guard Breannah Bretches to its 2017-18 roster. A 4-4 transfer, Bretches will sit the upcoming 2017-2018 season out and will be eligible for the 2018-2019 campaign.


Minor Signs Contract with Pro Swedish Team

Former Southeast Missouri soccer student-athlete Natasha Minor recently signed a professional contract with Skövde KIK in Skövde, Sweden. Minor will travel to Sweden on Tuesday, July 18, to officially begin her pro career. Skövde is in the Västergötland (Western Gothland region) in central-Southern Sweden.


Cleveland Makes NBA Summer League Debut

Former Redhawks guard Antonius Cleveland made his NBA Summer League debut with the Portland Trail Blazers. Cleveland, who is playing in the Las Vegas Summer League, scored four points, had a steal and one rebound in 11 minutes against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday, July 11. Portland squares off against the Chicago Bulls in the first round of the NBA Summer League Tournament tonight.


Parks Among Nominees for 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year

Southeast Missouri track and field and cross country member Megan Parks is among nominees for the distinguished 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year award. A record 543 female college athletes have been nominated by the NCAA member schools with 229 from Division I, 117 from Division II and 197 from Division III. The NCAA encourages member school to honor their top graduating female student-athletes each year by submitting their names for consideration for the Woman of the Year award. The list will be trimmed to 30 before the selection committee determines the top three honorees from each division and announces the nine finalists in September. The NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics then chooses the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year from those nine. The top 30 honorees will be recognized and the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year will be announced at the annual award ceremony on Oct. 22 in Indianapolis.

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