Tuesday, March 9, 2021

CAMPUS

Gov. Parson's Listening Tour Comes to Barton Ag. Research Center Today

Gov. Parson's Listening Tour Comes to Barton Ag. Research Center Today

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson will visit Southeast's David M. Barton Agriculture Research Center today as part of a nine-stop statewide listening tour to hear from community leaders across Missouri. "Our local communities are the bedrock of this state, …

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Announcing the Copper Dome Scholarship Program, Effective Fall 2019

Announcing the Copper Dome Scholarship Program, Effective Fall 2019

We have exciting news!  A new academic scholarship program, including the Copper Dome Scholarship, was recently announced at the annual Summer Scholars recruitment event. The new program is designed with …

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Southeast Cybersecurity Student Learning to Protect Nation’s Power Grid

Southeast Missouri State University student Connor McGarr is learning to protect our nation’s power grid as an information technology (IT) intern with Ameren, a Fortune 500 utility company. McGarr, a …

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Heartland's Best High School Valedictorians Honored at Southeast

Heartland's Best High School Valedictorians Honored at Southeast

KFVS12’s 33rd Annual Heartland’s Best honored more than 70 high school valedictorians at a banquet ceremony June 9 at Southeast Missouri State University. Valedictorians and their parents from three states …

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Southeast Hosting Eastern Missouri Distance Learning Summit

Southeast Hosting Eastern Missouri Distance Learning Summit

Southeast faculty and staff interested in learning more about distance education are encouraged to attend the Third Annual Eastern Missouri Distance Learning Summit on June 27 in the Dempster Atrium. The …

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Westbound Broadway Closed for New Street Lighting Installation

On Monday, June 11, City of Cape Girardeau contractors began installation of new street lighting on Broadway between Pacific Street and Spanish Street. Work began in the 800 block of Broadway and will proceed east as it is completed. Westbound traffic will be detoured daily around the work zones at each block. Eastbound travel and parking will not be affected. The closure is expected to last one-two weeks depending on weather and work.

Hutson Greenhouse Holding 75 Percent Off Sale

The Charles Hutson Horticulture Greenhouse, located at 1039 Bertling Street, is having a 75 percent off sale on all annuals, herbs and vegetables. Hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.-noon. For more information or questions, call (573) 651-2316.

EMPLOYEE

Southeast Online Launches Master Template Studio Program

Southeast Online recently launched a new Master Template Studio (MTS) program with eight Southeast faculty participating in the first cohort this summer. MTS supports full-time faculty members in creating master …

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ACADEMIC

Southeast Students Participate in Annual Foundation for Economic Education Conference

Southeast Students Participate in Annual Foundation for Economic Education Conference

Eight Southeast Missouri State University students from Southeast’s Donald L. Harrison College of Business traveled to the second annual Foundation for Economic Education Conference (FEECon) in Atlanta, Georgia, June 7-9. …

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Southeast's Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers Student Organization Receives International Charter

The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) University Chapter at Southeast Missouri State was recently chartered by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) to become part of …

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Kent Library New Online Catalog Now Available

Kent Library New Online Catalog Now Available

Kent Library’s new online catalog at https://semo.iii.com/ is now available. As a result of this update, all links to https://galahad.searchmobius.org/ need to be replaced with https://semo.iii.com/. Additionally, all existing library URL links …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

River Campus Announces Event Lineup for 2018 Summer Arts Festival

River Campus 2018 Summer Arts Festival This Weekend

Southeast Missouri State University announces the event lineup for the fifth annual River Campus Summer Arts Festival with a full day of visual and performing arts exhibitions and activities June …

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River Campus Announces Free Shuttle Service During 2018 Summer Arts Festival

River Campus Announces Free Shuttle Service During 2018 Summer Arts Festival

Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus has announced that a free River Campus Summer Arts Festival Shuttle will transport visitors to the festival from locations throughout downtown Cape Girardeau on …

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River Campus Announces Performance Dates, Show Cast for ‘Legally Blonde Jr.’

River Campus Announces Performance Dates, Show Cast for ‘Legally Blonde Jr.’

Southeast Missouri State University announces the River Campus Summer Arts Festival’s production of “Legally Blonde Jr.,” opening June 15 as part of its two-week extended production. “Legally Blond Jr.” is a …

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‘An American Hero: USO Show’ July 6 to Benefit Southeast Students Performing in NYMF

‘An American Hero: USO Show’ July 6 to Benefit Southeast Students Performing in NYMF

Jerry Ford, the Missouri Arts Council’s Individual Artist for 2017, and his Orchestra along with select Southeast Missouri State University students and community members will perform “An American Hero: USO …

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REDHAWKS

Vega Drafted by Chicago Cubs

Southeast Missouri right-handed pitcher Carlos Vega was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 21st round of the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft on Wednesday, June 6. Vega went 8-3 and led Southeast with a 2.45 ERA this season. He appeared in 20 games and made nine starts. Vega recorded 85 strikeouts in 73.1 innings and held opponents to a .222 batting average.

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Engelking Claims Second-Team All-America Honors

Southeast Missouri sophomore Jonno Engelking claimed Second-Team All-America honors with a 10th place finish in the javelin at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Wednesday, June 6. Engelking recorded a throw of 223-4 (68.07m) in the first flight. He is the school’s first All-American in the javelin in 28 years.

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Football Hosts Individual Camp June 17

Southeast’s football program will host its first Individual Camp on Sunday, June 17, at Houck Field. The camp is open to participants in grades 9-12. For more information, visit GoSoutheast.com/footballcamps.

Women's Basketball Hosts Summer Camps

The Redhawks women’s basketball team will host a series of camps this summer. Southeast will hold a Basketball Elite Camp for grades 7-12 on Sunday, June 17, at the Show Me Center. A Basketball Individual Day Camp for grades 1-8 will be held June 18-21 at the Student Recreation Center (SRC). Special faculty and staff discounts are available for the Individual Day Camp. Southeast closes out its camp schedule with a SEMO Team Shootout for high school varsity, junior varsity and AAU teams June 22-23 at the SRC. For more information, visit GoSoutheast.com/WBBcamps.

Women's Basketball Adds Jocelyn Taylor to 2018-2019 Roster

Guard/forward Jocelyn Taylor joins Southeast’s women’s basketball team for the 2018-2019 season. Taylor spent the previous season at Moberly Area Community College where she helped lead her team to a historic 32-1 record and No. 4 national ranking. She averaged 9.6 points, five rebounds, 2.2 steals and 1.1 blocks per game en route to earning First-Team All-Region and Second-Team All-Conference honors.

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