Tuesday, March 9, 2021

CAMPUS

Southeast Greek Week 2018 Breaks Records, Starts New Traditions

Southeast Greek Week 2018 Breaks Records, Starts New Traditions

Southeast Missouri State University’s Greek Week 2018 held April 14-22 was an enormous success, raising more than $29,000 in the spirit of philanthropy to support the local community and Southeast’s …

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2018 Student Life and Leadership Award Winners Announced

Congratulations to the following winners of the 2018 Student Life and Leadership Awards. The Student Life and Leadership Awards program was established to honor students, student organizations, and University professionals …

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Southeast Nursing Student Pursues His Passion to Help Others

Southeast Nursing Student Pursues His Passion to Help Others

When the housing market bubble burst in 2008, it sealed the deal for Jimmy Randle to find his true life’s calling. As a car salesman, he saw how the financial …

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Southeast Alumna Honored with Missouri Association of School Librarians' Outstanding Library Program Award

Southeast Alumna Honored with Missouri Association of School Librarians' Outstanding Library Program Award

Southeast Missouri State University alumna Heather Hufstedler recently was honored with the Outstanding Library Program Award by the Missouri Association of School Librarians (MASL) at its annual spring conference. Hufstedler, …

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Southeast Students and Staff Present at Regional Prevention and Health Education Conference

Fifteen Southeast Missouri State University students and two staff members recently attended the Meeting of the Minds regional conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Meeting of the Minds is a regional …

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Photovoice Exhibit May 5 to Explore Survivors’ Experiences

Photovoice Exhibit May 5 to Explore Survivors’ Experiences

The Southeast Missouri State University Department of Psychology and Counseling and Disability Services will host “From Victim to Survivor: Our Voice Through the Lens,” a photovoice exhibit, at Cup ‘n …

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Speakers' Soapbox to be Held April 30

Speakers’ Soapbox, a free speech event sponsored by the Department of Communication Studies’ Speakers’ Lab and hosted by Dr. Roseanna Whitlow-Greenwood’s SC105 classes, will be held from 8-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-noon and 1:30-3 p.m. Monday, April 30 on the Academic Hall steps. Students, faculty and staff are invited to step up on the soapbox and speak their mind. Speeches are limited to two minutes and must comply with the University’s public expression code of conduct. In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to the second floor lounge in Academic Hall.

Run to Support the Student Emergency Fund

Run to Support the Student Emergency Fund

Cinco de Mayo – Who Do You Run For?   Join members of the campus community as we answer the question, “Who Do You Run For?” The United Way of Southeast …

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EMPLOYEE

Retirement Reception April 30 for Vickie Kent

Vickie Kent, custodial technician, is retiring after 12 years with Southeast. A retirement reception will be held from noon-1 p.m. April 30 in the Facilities Management Service Center Lunchroom. The campus community is invited to attend.

ACADEMIC

Southeast Nursing Students Continue Tradition of Excellence on Licensure Exams

Southeast Nursing Students Continue Tradition of Excellence on Licensure Exams

Preparing students for success in the health care industry is at the heart of Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Nursing. The skills and knowledge the students gain while at …

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Southeast Student in Pursuit of Dance Journalism Career Selected for IDJA

Southeast Student in Pursuit of Dance Journalism Career Selected for IDJA

Rebecca Gangemella, a Southeast Missouri State University dance and journalism double major, has been selected to participate in the first ever Institute for Dance Journalism and Advocacy (IDJA) June 6-9 …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Catapult Spring Fling May 3

Catapult Spring Fling May 3

Southeast Missouri State University’s Catapult Creative House and the Southeast Missouri State University Alumni Association are hosting the Catapult Spring Fling Open House from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 3, at …

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Crisp Museum Announces Woodworx Academy

Crisp Museum Announces Woodworx Academy

The Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus is hosting a Woodworx Academy for children ages 4-14 June 5-8. During this workshop, …

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REDHAWKS

Baseball Visits Tennessee Tech

The baseball Redhawks head to Ohio Valley Conference leader and #20 Tennessee Tech for a three-game weekend series, starting tonight, April 27, at 6 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 92.9 FM. Live stats are available online at TTUSports.com.

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Softball Hosts Tennessee State, Belmont

The Redhawk softball team returns home to host Tennessee State in a 1 p.m. doubleheader on Saturday, April 28, and Belmont in a 1 p.m. doubleheader on Sunday, April 29. Video for all of this weekend’s games will be available online at the OVC Digital Network. Live stats for this week can be accessed at GoSoutheast.com.

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Track and Field Heads to Memphis

Southeast’s men’s and women’s track and field teams compete at the Memphis Invitational today and Saturday, April 27 and 28.

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