Tuesday, March 9, 2021

CAMPUS

Open Forums Announced for Harrison College of Business Dean Finalists

Open Forums Announced for Harrison College of Business Dean Finalists

Open forums will be held for the three finalists for the position of Dean, Harrison College of Business during the week of March 19. The forum for Dr. Herbert Snyder, …

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Southeast Cyber Defense Team Wins Multi-State Competition, 6th Straight State Title

Southeast Cyber Defense Team Wins Multi-State Competition, 6th Straight State Title

For the sixth straight year, the Southeast Missouri State University Cyber Defense Team won the Missouri Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) March 3. Eleven Southeast students participated in the all-day …

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University Announces New Southeast Non-Resident Alumni Award

University Announces New Southeast Non-Resident Alumni Award

The cost of enrolling in graduate coursework at Southeast Missouri State University just got sweeter for non-resident Southeast alumni who already hold a Southeast bachelor’s degree. Beginning in fall 2018, …

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Southeast Participating Today in Statewide Tornado Drill

As a part of Severe Weather Awareness Month in March, Southeast will participate in the 2018 Statewide Tornado Drill today, March 6, at 10 a.m. In case of widespread severe weather, the drill will be postponed until Thursday, March 8, also at 10 a.m.  The drill will begin when initiated by the National Weather Service. Southeast will deploy its warning sirens along with an SE Alerts text message that points to safety tips and severe weather guidance at semo.edu/emergency/tornado.  

CL-Recreation

University Announces Facility Hours During Spring Break

Southeast Missouri State University will observe shortened hours during spring break week, March 12-16. University office hours will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For on-campus dining hours of operation …

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Southeast Hosts Free Public Viewing of ‘The Age of Love’

Southeast Hosts Free Public Viewing of ‘The Age of Love’

Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Social Work will present a free public viewing of “The Age of Love” on March 20. The award-winning documentary, which follows the comic and …

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Celebrate International Women’s Day March 8

In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, the Southeast community is invited to experience and celebrate Muslim culture with “Wear a Hijab for a Day” March 8. Southeast faculty, staff and students are invited to visit the Student Interfaith Group booth between 9-11 a.m. in the University Center where students will help participants put the hijab on. Participants can return their clothing between 4-6 p.m. in the University Center and are invited to share their day's experiences with the Student Interfaith Group. For information on additional International Women's Day and Women's History Month events, visit http://news.semo.edu/voces-latinas-panel-discussion-planned-march-8-during-womens-history-month/.

 

March Edition of 'The Scoop' Now Available

Find out about Chartwells' dining events and specials for this month in their newsletter, "The Scoop," which includes information on monthly specials, Superfood recipes, celebration lunches and more. Read it here.

EMPLOYEE

'Moodle Madness Gradebook & Gradebook Reporting' March 8 and 9

The Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning presents “Moodle Madness Gradebook & Gradebook Reporting” from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. March 8 and 9 in Kent Library Room 305 as part of the "Moodle Madness" series. This session explains how the Moodle gradebook works and how to calculate grades exactly as posted in a syllabus, just in time for reporting eight-week grades. By the end of the session, attendees will have an accurate gradebook and will be ready to report midterm grades to the Registrar. Sessions take less than an hour. Pre-registration is preferred, and walk-ins are welcome. Please register at https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/.

'Wellness Lunch & Learn' Continues March 8

The "Wellness Lunch & Learn" sessions continue at 12:30 p.m. March 8 in the University Center Heritage Room with a discussion on reading an Explanation of Benefits (EOB). The Benefits Review Subcommittee, Recreation Services and Human Resources invite employees to bring lunch and learn about EOBs.

ACADEMIC

442 Student Projects to be Displayed at Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair

442 Student Projects to be Displayed at Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair

The work of 654 students from 36 area high schools and junior high schools will be displayed at the 62nd Annual Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair March 6 in the …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Southeast Musical ‘An American Hero’ Selected to Prestigious New York Musical Festival

Southeast Musical ‘An American Hero’ Selected to Prestigious New York Musical Festival

“An American Hero,” a musical co-written by 2017 Southeast Missouri State University graduate Cody Cole of O’Fallon, Missouri, and Dr. Kenneth L. Stilson, Chair of Southeast’s Conservatory of Theatre and …

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REDHAWKS

Baseball Takes on SIU at Home Tonight

 Southeast Missouri’s baseball team plays host to regional rival Southern Illinois in a midweek matchup at Capaha Field today, March 6. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. All games are broadcast live at ESPN 92.9 FM. Live stats are available at GoSoutheast.com. There will be a free tailgate for the Tuesday game.

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Cindy Gannon Walk for Women is April 7

The 11th Annual Cindy Gannon Walk for Women is Saturday, April 7, at Houck Field House. Visit https://walkforwomen.semo.edu for more information.

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