Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Southeast Remembers 9/11

Southeast Remembers 9/11

Southeast Missouri State University observed 9/11 Monday morning with a solemn flag ceremony on the front lawn of Academic Hall. About 30 members of Southeast’s Show-Me Gold program and Air …

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Opioid Summit Held This Morning at Show Me Center

Opioid Summit Held This Morning at Show Me Center

Because the opioid crisis in Missouri has reached epidemic proportions,  an Opioid Summit – one of nine statewide – is being held this morning at the Show Me Center. More …

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Southeast to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

Southeast to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Southeast Missouri State University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a variety of activities, incorporating everything from music and art to culture, history and …

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IT Provides Stats on Identity Theft

 It's virtually impossible to manage our lives and responsibilities without relying on the internet. Read some startling statistics about identity theft in this TechTalk article. Read it here.

EMPLOYEE

Annual Employee Wellness Screening and Health Fair Oct. 10-11

Recreation Services, in collaboration with Human Resources, will host the 2017 Employee Wellness Screening and Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 10, and Wednesday, Oct. 11, in the Student Recreation Center East Gym. …

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Take-Away Friday Presents 'What's New in Moodle 3.3'

The Take-Away Friday series of faculty development workshops will present"What's New in Moodle 3.3" at noon Sept. 15 in Towers Complex Room 110. This week the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning shares new features and innovations in the recent upgrade to Moodle 3.3. Please register at https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/.

ACADEMIC

Child Centers Now Reporting to College of Education

Child Centers Now Reporting to College of Education

The University School for Young Children at 2089 Bessie Street in Cape Girardeau and the University Child Development Center at Southeast's Sikeston Campus are now under the auspices of Southeast's …

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Writing Lab Announces Fall Hours

The Writing Lab, located in the Center for Writing Excellence in Memorial Hall Room 103, is open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays and 1-5 p.m. Sundays. Appointments …

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September Problem of the Month Now Available

The Department of Mathematics is sponsoring the Problem of the Month contest. All Southeast undergraduates are eligible to submit a solution. Entries are due by noon on Sept. 29 in Johnson Hall Room 201. The first three correct entries will win a Starbucks gift card. View the problem here.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Southeast Faculty, Alumnus Musical ‘An American Hero’ Premieres at River Campus

Southeast Faculty, Alumnus Musical ‘An American Hero’ Premieres at River Campus

The Rhodes 101 Stops and Commerce Bank Theatre and Dance Series at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus opens the 2017-2018 season with “An American Hero” at 7:30 p.m. Sept. …

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REDHAWKS

Football Radio Show at Wings Etc. in Jackson Today

The Southeast Missouri football radio show is live at Wings Etc. in Jackson, Missouri, today. Listen from noon-1 p.m. on ESPN 92.9 and 1220 AM. Cornerback Mike Ford will be the guest.

Volleyball Plays Four Matches This Week

The Redhawks volleyball team plays at Southern Illinois tonight. Southeast then heads to the Chicago State Tournament to face both Wright State and Eastern Michigan on Friday, Sept. 15, and Chicago State on Saturday, Sept. 16.

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