Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Regents to Consider Tuition, Fees for Fall 2018; Academic Reorganization Proposal

Regents to Consider Tuition, Fees for Fall 2018; Academic Reorganization Proposal

The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents will consider a tuition and fee schedule, along with program and special course fees, for fall 2018 when they meet at 9 …

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Early College Program Coming This Fall to Cape Public Schools Class of 2020

Early College Program Coming This Fall to Cape Public Schools Class of 2020

Members of the Cape Girardeau Public Schools Class of 2020 will get the opportunity to jump-start their future beginning this fall in a new Early College Program in which they …

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Blanchard Named Dean of Regional Campuses

Blanchard Named Dean of Regional Campuses

Marsha Blanchard, director of Southeast Missouri State University-Kennett, has been named dean of regional campuses at Southeast Missouri State University. She will begin her new duties May 15. In her …

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1,444 to Receive Degrees at Spring Commencement May 12

1,444 to Receive Degrees at Spring Commencement May 12

Southeast Missouri State University will hold its spring commencement ceremonies May 12 during which 1,444 students – 1,112 undergraduates and 306 master’s degree candidates, 26 specialist candidates – will receive …

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Non-Traditional Grads Say It’s Never Too Late to Learn

In spring 2016, Ron Broyles of New Madrid, Missouri, was out of a job after being displaced by Noranda Aluminum after nearly three decades at the smelter. Now, two years …

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Southeast Graphic Design Student Charts Her Future on Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is not typically a draw for graphic design majors, but Southeast Missouri State University senior Michelle Stevens says her U.S. Congressional internship this spring has her poised for …

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University to Observe Summer Office Hours

University to Observe Summer Office Hours

Southeast Missouri State University will observe summer office hours beginning Monday, May 14. Summer office hours for University offices will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Aug. 10. Regular …

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University Center, Event Services and Scheduling Announce Summer Hours

The University Center (UC) will be open 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, May 14-Aug. 10.  The UC will be closed on Monday, May 28, and Wednesday, July 4, in observation of University holidays. Additional weekday and weekend hours are available by advance reservation only. To make reservations, contact the Event Services and Scheduling staff in Campus Life and Event Services at (573) 651-2280 or unischeduling@semo.edu. The Event Services and Scheduling staff will also be observing summer hours of operation and will be available 7:45 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays.

ID Services Announces Summer Hours

ID Services, located in the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) on the second floor of the University Center, will be open 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, May 14-Aug. 10. ID Services will be closed May 18 for system maintenance, and May 28 and July 4 in observation of University holidays. Service will be provided on an on-call basis from a phone number posted at the entrance to ID Services. To schedule staff availability in advance for a specific date and time, contact Campus Life and Event Services at (573) 651-2280 or unischeduling@semo.edu. For more information, contact Gretchen Grojean at (573) 651-2280 or ggrojean@semo.edu.

Help Desk Announces Summer Hours

During the summer semester, the Information Technology Help Desk will operate on a modified schedule. Changes to the regular schedules are as follows: Memorial Hall 107: Open 8 a.m.–4 …

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Johnson Hall, Magill Hall Sidewalk Closures Announced

Exterior walkways between Johnson Hall and Magill Hall will be closed from May 16-July 20 due to the Johnson Lecture Hall HVAC Improvements. Please refer to the area map to identify the project fence, sidewalks impacted and building entries that will be closed. For more information, contact Tom Hadler, project manager, at (573) 651-2566. Facilities Management apologizes for any inconvenience.

Newswire to Begin Summer Schedule

The Southeast Newswire will be distributed once a week on Wednesdays during the summer. The first summer edition will be distributed on Wednesday, May 16. Items to be considered for the Newswire throughout the summer should be submitted by noon on Tuesdays at http://news.semo.edu/newswire-submission-form/

EMPLOYEE

Deadline May 15 for Summer Dependent Tuition Reimbursement and Employee Fee Waiver Applications

Applications for Summer 2018 dependent tuition reimbursements and employee fee waivers must be submitted online through the Southeast Portal no later than the first day of classes for the summer …

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'Summer Institute' 2018 Workshop Series Kicks of May 14-17

The Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (CSTL) continues the "Summer Institute" workshop series of faculty development presentations starting May 14-17 in Kent Library Room 215. This summer, the CSTL has partnered with Information Technology to provide training sessions on the suite of Microsoft Office 365 tools. Additionally, offerings cover intermediate Moodle activities as well as a course renovation series called "This Old Course." For more information and to register, visit https://cstl.semo.edu/workshop/ or call (573) 651-2298.

ACADEMIC

Southeast’s Historic Preservation Program, Hoffman Recognized in Kansas City

Southeast’s Historic Preservation Program, Hoffman Recognized in Kansas City

The Southeast Missouri State University historic preservation program and Cape Girardeau were strongly represented at Main Street Now, a national conference of National Main Street Center, Inc. (NMSC) recently held …

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Southeast Students Kicking Off Summer with Experiential Learning at Historic Preservation Field School

Southeast Students Kicking Off Summer with Experiential Learning at Historic Preservation Field School

Beginning May 14, Southeast Missouri State University historic preservation students will be rolling up their sleeves in Ste. Genevieve County for an up-close, two-week experience where they will explore French …

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Kent Library Announces Temporary Suspension of MOBIUS Beginning May 14

Kent Library is in the process of upgrading the Library Management System. To complete a successful migration process, lending and borrowing from other MOBIUS libraries will be suspended temporarily beginning Monday, May 14, and will resume as soon as possible in July. While MOBIUS lending is unavailable, book requests must be made through Interlibrary Loan at https://library.semo.edu/find-materials/interlibrary-loan. Every effort will be made to minimize any disruptions during this period. For information about the upgrade, contact Interlibrary Loan at (573) 651-2152 or email interlibraryloan@semo.edu.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Theatre Student Takes Final Bow at Southeast

All the world’s a stage, but for Jose Alpizar of Memphis, Tennessee, his world is the stage. “I enjoy becoming another person and telling their story,” Alpizar said. “Their stories …

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Registration Now Open for 'Legally Blonde Jr.' Day Camp

The Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus is hosting “Legally Blonde Jr. Day Camp” for children ages 10-15 May 29-June 18. During …

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Faculty and Staff Volunteers Needed for River Campus Summer Arts Festival

Be a part of the 2018 River Campus Summer Arts Festival on June 16. This annual free celebration of the arts brings together Southeast and the local community for a day of fun. Volunteers are needed to help make this annual outreach a smashing success. To volunteer, contact Ellen Farrow at efarrow@semo.edu.

REDHAWKS

Baseball Plays Host to Belmont in Final Home Series

The Redhawk baseball team plays host to Belmont in its final home series of the season this weekend. Southeast opens its three-game series tonight, May 11, at 6 p.m. There will be a free tailgate for Friday’s series-opener. The Redhawks and Bruins also play at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 12, and 1 p.m. Sunday, May 13. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 92.9 FM. Live stats available at GoSoutheast.com

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