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CAMPUS

Arrow Honored with Seven Awards in Three National Competitions

Arrow Honored with Seven Awards in Three National Competitions

The Arrow, the student newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, placed first in two categories of the College Media Association Pinnacle Award and was honored with seven awards in total …

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Nominations for Outstanding Academic Advisor Award Due Dec. 7

Students, faculty and staff can now nominate a faculty or professional advisor for the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. Dec. 7. For more information or to submit nominations, visit https://semo.edu/advising/outstandingadvisor.html.

Office of Counseling and Disability Services Temporarily Relocating Oct. 31

Counseling and Disability Services in Dearmont Hall will be moving temporarily to the International Village at 1025 N. Sprigg Street, beginning on Wednesday, Oct. 31. For more information, contact Counseling and Disability Services at (573) 986-6191.

CTS Staff Council Hosting Blood Drive Oct. 31

Carve out a new tradition with CTS Staff Council as it hosts its Third Annual Halloween Blood Drive from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 31 in Dempster Atrium. Walk-ins are welcome, however appointments are preferred. To schedule an appointment, click here. All donors will receive a free Red Cross short-sleeved T-shirt and a chance to win other spooky prizes while supplies last. For more information on donating blood, visit here. For questions, contact Michael King at mdking@semo.edu.

EMPLOYEE

Take-Away Friday' Continues Nov. 2 with 'Faculty and the National Political Conversation'

The "Take-Away Friday" series of faculty development workshops presents "Faculty and the National Political Conversation" at noon Nov. 2 in the Jean Ann Whitaker Model Classroom in the EDvolution Center in Scully Building Room 209. This week, the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning hosts Chris Martin, chief of staff and assistant to the president for strategy and government relations at Southeast. Identifying the best avenues and approaches for sharing political views as individuals and collectively is a complicated task. Martin will discuss what faculty should know about how the University engages in the political arena and who the point persons are for the University's advocacy efforts. To register, visit https://cstl.semo.edu/event/.

Southeast Accepting Faculty Applications for 2019 CSIS Program

Southeast is currently accepting faculty applications from full-time faculty members for inclusion on the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Faculty Team during Spring 2019. Thirty students will qualify …

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Missouri Department of Revenue Updates State's 2018 Tax Tables

Based on the federal tax reform bill passed in December 2017, the Missouri Department of Revenue updated the Missouri tax withholding tables in March 2018. Due to an inaccurate calculation in the Missouri tax withholding tables, the Missouri Department of Revenue has made additional changes, effective October 2018, to the Missouri tax withholding tables. The updated tax withholding tables will be effective in bi-weekly 23 and monthly 111 payrolls. The new tax withholding tables can be found at https://dor.mo.gov/business/withhold/. To make changes to your Missouri withholdings, University employees must complete a new MO W-4 form, and send it to Human Resources, MS3150. For questions, contact Human Resources at (573) 651-2206.

ACADEMIC

Southeast Students Prepare to Serve Developmentally Disabled at Horizons Enrichment Center

Southeast Students Prepare to Serve Developmentally Disabled at Horizons Enrichment Center

As the only adult day program in the greater Cape Girardeau area, Southeast Missouri State University’s Horizons Enrichment Center serves a need for developmentally disabled adults, their families and students …

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Kent Athenaeum Series Features 'Fighting World War I at Home and Abroad' Oct. 31 

Faculty, staff and students are invited to Kent Library's Athenaeum Series on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at noon in Sadie's Place for "Fighting World War I at Home and Abroad." This presentation by Dr. Adam Criblez, associate professor of history and director of the Center for Regional History at Southeast Missouri State University, will look at the impact of World War I both globally and locally, particularly its effects on the University, then Southeast Missouri Normal School - Third District, and the Cape Girardeau community. The event is free and open to the public.

Student Applications Open for 2019 CSIS Program

Southeast Missouri State University is preparing to send 30 students to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) during Spring Break, March 10-14, 2019, to participate in a four-day …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Ninth Annual Fault Line Film Festival Showcases Regional Student Talent

Filmmaking students from Southeast Missouri State University, area high schools and other institutions from across the Midwest will present their films and showcase their creative talent at Southeast’s annual Fault …

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‘Fall for Dance’ Returns to River Campus Nov. 15-18

‘Fall for Dance’ Returns to River Campus Nov. 15-18

“Fall for Dance” takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15-17 and 2 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. …

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World War I Focus of Crisp Museum’s ‘Historic Tuesday Talk’ Oct. 30

World War I Focus of Crisp Museum’s ‘Historic Tuesday Talk’ Tonight

World War I will be the topic of the Oct. 30 “Historic Tuesday Talk” at 7 p.m. in the Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri …

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Southeast’s Crisp Museum Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

Southeast’s Crisp Museum Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum on the Southeast Missouri State University River Campus will celebrate National Native American Heritage Month during November with a variety of …

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Graduating BFA Students’ Artwork Presented in Four Exhibitions

Graduating BFA Students’ Artwork Presented in Four Exhibitions

Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus Art Gallery will display work from students in the Department of Art and Design in the 2018 Graduating Seniors Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) …

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REDHAWKS

Women's Basketball Hosts Lindenwood-Belleville in Final Exhibition Game

Southeast Missouri hosts Lindenwood-Belleville in its final women’s basketball exhibition game tonight. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m. at the Show Me Center. All games are broadcast live on ESPN 1220 AM. Live stats are available at GoSoutheast.com.

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Soccer Ends Season

Southeast Missouri’s women’s soccer team ended its season with a loss to Eastern Illinois in the quarterfinals of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Tournament. The Redhawks made their 17th OVC Tournament appearance in the 20-year history of the soccer program. SEMO went 5-8-5 overall and 3-4-3 in OVC play.

Football Ranked in Top-25 Polls

Southeast Missouri was ranked 24th in the American Football Coaches Association Football Championship Subdivision Coaches' Poll and 25th in the STATS FCS Media Poll on Monday, Oct. 29. SEMO, which is 6-2 overall and tied for first in the Ohio Valley Conference at 4-1, enters the week on a four-game winning streak. The Redhawks are 6-1 against FCS opponents this year.

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Football Game at Murray State Nov. 10 to Air on ESPN3

The Nov. 10 football game between Southeast Missouri and Murray State has been selected as a "Wildcard Selection" in the Ohio Valley Conference's Game of the Week football package on ESPN3. The game will kick off at 11 a.m. at Roy Stewart Stadium in Murray, Kentucky.

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