Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Southeast Announces New Specially Customized Online Degree for TG Managers

Southeast Announces New Specially Customized Online Degree for TG Managers

Southeast Missouri State University announced a corporate degree partnership with TG Missouri March 23 offering TG supervisors and managers the opportunity to complete Southeast stackable credentials online under the new …

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TRIO Day Celebrates Student Successes, Partners

TRIO Day Celebrates Student Successes, Partners

Southeast Missouri State University recently celebrated National TRIO Day centered around the theme, "TRIO: A Retrospective." Hosted by the Academic Support Centers (ASC), the event at the Isle Casino of …

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Southeast Student Following Passion for Career as Senior Living Space Designer

Soon-to-be Southeast Missouri State University graduate Kelli Sargent may count herself a Millennial, but her heart is set on providing comfy and efficient living spaces for aging Baby Boomers. Her …

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Southeast Scholarship Deadline Extended to July 1

Southeast Missouri State University has extended the deadline to July 1 for the following academic scholarships: Domestic Freshman: • University ($2,000) • Dual Credit ($2,000) • Residence Life Leadership ($1,000) …

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Newswire to be Distributed Once Next Week

Due to the designated holiday on Friday, March 30, the Newswire will only be distributed on Tuesday, March 27, next week. Items to be considered for the March 27 edition should be sent to news.semo.edu/newswire-submission-form by noon on Monday, March 26. Twice weekly distribution of the Newswire will resume Tuesday, April 3. Items to be considered for the April 3 edition should be submitted by noon on Monday, April 2.

EMPLOYEE

Retirement Reception March 29 for Bill Holland

Bill Holland, vice president for University Advancement and executive director of the Southeast Missouri University Foundation, is retiring after more than 12 years with Southeast. A retirement reception will be held from 2-4 p.m. March 29 in Kem Statuary Hall in the Aleen Vogel Wehking Alumni Center. The campus community is invited to attend.   

'Link ’n Learn’ Training Sessions Continue March 27

The “Link ’n Learn” training sessions continue from 4-4:30 p.m. March 27 with “Managing Your Roster/Membership” in the Kent Library Lab Room 110. Student organizations’ executive offices and advisors are invited to learn how to manage the roster and membership tools in SE Link. For more session dates and information, visit selink.semo.edu. For questions, call (573) 651-2896 or email getinvolved@semo.edu.

'Moodle Madness: Forums' March 28-29

The Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning presents “Moodle Madness: Forums” from 10 a.m.-2 p.m March 28 and 29 in Kent Library Room 305 as part of the Moodle Madness series. This one hour session explains how to use Forums effectively in a variety of teaching situations. Learn about how the different forum types can be used in face-to-face, blended or online classes. Pre-registration is preferred and walk-ins are welcome. Please register at https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/.

ACADEMIC

Submissions for 26th Annual Student Research Conference Due April 1

The 26th Annual Student Research Conference (SRC) is now accepting online submissions of research papers and posters. Submissions are due by April 1 and can be submitted at www.semo.edu/src. Submissions are …

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Athletic Training Students Receive Honors at Mid America Athletic Trainers' Association Conference

Alexandra Chism, of Fults, Illinois, and a senior majoring in athletic training with a minor in nutrition, received the Mid America Athletic Trainers Association (MAATA) Professional Scholarship at the MAATA …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Crisp Museum Announces First Friday ‘Make & Take’ Events

Crisp Museum Announces First Friday ‘Make & Take’ Events

The Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus announces upcoming “Make & Take” events as part of Frist Friday with the Arts. …

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REDHAWKS

Football Youth Clinic Postponed

Due to impending inclement weather, the Southeast Missouri Youth Football Clinic has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 21 at Houck Field. The event begins with registration at 9 a.m. followed by the clinic, which runs from 10 a.m.-noon. Kids in grades 1-8 are welcome to register for the free clinic at GoSoutheast.com/YouthClinic.

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Baseball Hosts SIU Edwardsville

The Redhawks return to Ohio Valley Conference action when they host SIU Edwardsville in a three-game series this weekend. First pitch of the series was at 1 p.m. today, March 23, at Capaha Field. All games are broadcast live at ESPN 92.9 FM. Video for this weekend’s series against SIUE can be accessed online at the OVC Digital Network. Live stats are available at GoSoutheast.com. There will be a free tailgate at today’s game.

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Softball Continues Home Stand

Southeast welcomed Tennessee Tech for a doubleheader that began at noon today, March 23. Southeast then faces Jacksonville State in a doubleheader at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 25. Live stats for all games are available online at GoSoutheast.com.

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Gymnastics Heads to MIC Meet

The Redhawk gymnastics team will compete at the Midwest Independent Conference (MIC) Championships today, March 23. Lindenwood University is the host of this year’s event.

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Tennis Resumes OVC Action

Southeast’s women’s tennis team hits the road to face Tennessee State today, March 23, and Belmont on Saturday, March 24.

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