Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Admissions Now Accepting Future Redhawk Referrals

Southeast’s Office of Admissions is excited to announce the launch of a new online referral form for Southeast alumni, faculty, staff and current students to refer a Future Redhawk. To refer a potential student, visit semo.edu/referaredhawk. You may refer multiple potential students. After the form is submitted, a Southeast admission counselor will contact the student to provide more information about the University.

Heisserer Named Director of Academic Advising

Heisserer Named Director of Academic Advising

Carol Heisserer, interim director of Academic Advising at Southeast Missouri State University, has been named director of Academic Advising at the University. Heisserer was tapped for the position after serving …

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Southeast Observing Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 26-March 3

Southeast Observing Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 26-March 3

Joel Ramdial, a registered dietitian and dietetic internship director at Southeast Missouri State University, will be the keynote speaker Feb. 26 at a presentation highlighting events during Eating Disorders Awareness …

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South Campus Electrical and Steam Outage Scheduled for March 30

Facilities Management will conduct the annual campus power outage on Friday, March 30. This electrical outage is conducted yearly to correspond with the University's designated holiday on March 30. The …

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EMPLOYEE

Faculty/Staff Zoom Training Sessions Announced

Information Technology (IT) is hosting training sessions for faculty and staff on Zoom, a cloud-based tool that provides video conferencing, online meetings, high quality screen sharing and group messaging into …

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'Wellness Lunch & Learn' Continues Feb. 22

The "Wellness Lunch & Learn" sessions continue at 11 a.m. Feb. 22 with a fitness challenge hosted by Dr. Carlos Vargas, president of Southeast Missouri State University. The Benefits Review Subcommittee, Recreation Services and Human Resources invite employees to challenge Southeast's president to a friendly game of ping pong, soccer or basketball in the Student Recreation Center's west court.

CTSL Presents 'Constructing a Class without Textbook Services' Feb. 23

The "Take-Away Friday" series of faculty development workshops continues with “'Constructing a Class without Textbook Services” at noon Feb. 23 in Towers Complex Room 110. This week, the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning provides resources for free and freely accessed content materials, institutional and departmental challenges to eliminating textbooks and examples of what a course without a textbook looks like. Register at https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/.

ACADEMIC

Small UAS Part 107 Test Prep Training Being Offered at Southeast Beginning March 28

An unmanned aircraft Small UAS Part 107 test prep training will begin March 28, offered jointly by the Economic and Business Engagement Center, Continuing Education and the Department of Polytechnic Studies. …

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Southeast Welcomes NILOA Coach to Inform University Academic Assessment Plan

Southeast welcomes Dr. Tami Eggleston of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes and Assessment (NILOA) to inform academic assessment plans and processes. The Academic Assessment Committee at Southeast is drafting …

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BioKyowa Visiting Japanese Scholar to Present Lecture Feb. 28 at Southeast

BioKyowa Visiting Japanese Scholar to Present Lecture Feb. 28 at Southeast

Dr. Arinori Mori, professor of American Literature at Chukyo University and this year's BioKyowa Visiting Japanese Scholar at Southeast Missouri State University’s Center for Faulkner Studies, will deliver a lecture …

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Applications Now Being Accepted for 21st Century Leadership Academy

Southeast's Women in Public Life Program is now accepting applications for four female students to attend the upcoming 21st Century Leadership Academy, sponsored by the Sue Shear Institute for Public …

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Dr. Alberta and Neil Dougan Scholarship Established at Southeast

Dr. Alberta and Neil Dougan Scholarship Established at Southeast

The Dr. Alberta and Neil Dougan History Scholarship has been established through the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. The restricted scholarship was established by Southeast professor emerita of history Dr. Alberta …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Enchantment of ‘Mary Poppins’ Flies into Southeast’s River Campus Feb. 21-25

Enchantment of ‘Mary Poppins’ Flies into Southeast’s River Campus Feb. 21-25

Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s “Mary Poppins” will deliver spoonfuls of sugar as part of the Rhodes 101 Stops and Commerce Bank Theatre and Dance Series at Southeast Missouri State University’s …

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Sphere’s ‘Dark Web’ Comes to River Campus as 2018 Juror’s Showcase

Sphere’s ‘Dark Web’ Comes to River Campus as 2018 Juror’s Showcase

“Dark Web” will be on display in Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus Art Gallery March 5-28 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. March 2. An artist’s lecture is …

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REDHAWKS

Redhawks, Mid-America Transplant to Partner During National Donate Life Month

The Southeast Missouri Department of Athletics and Mid-America Transplant have announced a new partnership aimed at raising awareness about organ, eye and tissue donation while honoring and celebrating organ and tissue donors, donor families and transplant recipients. The three-year partnership will be featured in April, which is designated as National Donate Life Month. The partnership is highlighted by two "Green Up" games, one each in baseball and softball season. The baseball "Green Up" game is scheduled for April 21 against Ohio Valley Conference rival Murray State. The softball "Green Up" game is April 14 against SIU Edwardsville. Fans will have the opportunity to learn more about organ, eye and tissue donations and register their decision to be a donor at the "Green Up" games.

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Men's Basketball Heads to Eastern Kentucky

Southeast Missouri’s men’s basketball team wraps up its 2017-2018 season away game schedule at Eastern Kentucky on Thursday, Feb. 22. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 92.9 FM and Real Rock 99.3 FM. Video can be accessed online at the OVC Digital Network. Live stats for this week’s games are available at EKUSports.com and GoSoutheast.com.

Women's Basketball Clinch OVC Tournament Spot

With its 72-62 win over SIU Edwardsville on Feb. 17, the Southeast women’s basketball team clinched a spot in the 2018 OVC Women’s Basketball Tournament. The Redhawks can finish no lower than seventh in the conference and will be seeded accordingly following this week’s games. This year’s OVC Tournament is scheduled for Feb. 28-March 3 in Evansville, Indiana. The Redhawks travel to Eastern Kentucky on Thursday, Feb. 22. Thursday’s game is broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM. Video can be accessed online at the OVC Digital Network. Live stats for this week’s games are available at EKUSports.com and GoSoutheast.com.

Baseball Travels to Arkansas State

The Redhawk baseball team travels to Arkansas State for its first midweek matchup of the season today, Feb. 20. First pitch is set for 4 p.m. at Tomlinson Stadium. Fans can listen live on the radio at ESPN 92.9 FM. Video and live stats can be accessed live online at AStateRedWolves.com.

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Tennis Faces SLU on the Road

The Redhawk women’s tennis team plays at Saint Louis University (SLU) on Wednesday, Feb. 21.

Track and Field Competes at OVC Indoor Championships

Southeast’s track and field teams compete in the OVC Indoor Championships on Friday-Saturday, Feb. 23-24. This year’s event, hosted by Eastern Illinois, will be held in Charleston, Illinois.

Brewer Claims OVC Freshman of the Week Honors

Southeast Missouri freshman guard Ledarrius Brewer was a unanimous pick for the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Freshman of the Week honor on Monday, Feb. 19. A native of Meridian, Mississippi, Brewer had a gigantic week averaging 29.5 points per game en route to leading SEMO to a pair of wins.

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