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Southeast Missouri State Partners with SoutheastHEALTH for Comprehensive Student Healthcare Services

Southeast Missouri State Partners with SoutheastHEALTH for Comprehensive Student Healthcare Services

Southeast Missouri State University and SoutheastHEALTH announced a collaborative partnership today in which SoutheastHEALTH will serve as comprehensive providers of orthopedic and sports medicine services for the University’s NCAA Division I athletics program, its intramural and club sport participants and for the University’s performing arts students. Under the agreement, SoutheastHEALTH orthopedic and sports medicine physicians will provide orthopedic, primary medical …

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Southeast to Welcome New Redhawks with Opening Week Events Starting Aug. 15

Southeast to Welcome New Redhawks with Opening Week Events Starting Aug. 15

Southeast Missouri State University will welcome its newest Redhawks for the 2019-2020 academic year with a full slate of Opening Week festivities beginning Aug. 15. “It’s an exciting time to be at Southeast, and Opening Week brings campus back to life,” said Katie Krodinger, director of New Student Programs at Southeast. “New Student Programs, the faculty and staff, and our …

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New Student Programs Offers Opening Week Reminders

Opening Week is practically here! Just a few reminders to help you, and any students you may encounter, have the best possible experience as our campus community returns for Fall 2019. Aug. 5-9 Resident Assistants are already on campus for training. Many of our student athletes and international students have begun arriving. Sunday, Aug. 11 Meal plan service begins with …

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Articulation Agreements to Ease Transfer of TRC Students to Southeast Programs in Business, Agriculture

Articulation Agreements to Ease Transfer of TRC Students to Southeast Programs in Business, Agriculture

Officials with Southeast Missouri State University and Three Rivers College (TRC) signed articulation agreements today to assist in the seamless transfer of TRC students with associate degrees in business administration and agriculture into Southeast bachelor’s degree programs in these academic areas. Signing the agreements at Three Rivers College today were Dr. Carlos Vargas, president of Southeast Missouri State University, and …

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Welcome Tent Volunteers Needed Aug. 19-20

New Student Programs would like to invite faculty and staff to help welcome incoming and returning students by volunteering at the Welcome Tents on Monday, Aug. 19, and Tuesday, Aug. 20. Shifts are in a variety of locations and times throughout both days. To register, visit https://signup.com/go/WDphdfC. For more information, contact New Student Programs at (573) 651-5166 or nsp@semo.edu.

Southeast Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2020

Southeast Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2020

Southeast Missouri State University is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. Prospective students beginning their journey at Southeast, can find admissions information and resources at https://semo.edu/admissions/, and may apply online at https://semo.edu/admissions/apply.html. Additionally, students may use the Common Application to explore Southeast through its multimedia homepage and apply directly to the University. The admission and scholarship guarantee deadline …

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Campus Health Clinic, Counseling and Disability Services Open in Southeast’s Newly Renovated Crisp Hall

Campus Health Clinic, Counseling and Disability Services Open in Southeast’s Newly Renovated Crisp Hall

Southeast Missouri State University students returning to campus this fall will find all their health-related services and needs under one roof in the newly renovated Rosemary Berkel Crisp Hall of Nursing. Crisp Hall, located on Academic Drive just off Pacific Street, is the new home for the University’s office of Counseling and Disability Services, joining the Campus Health Clinic in …

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Southeast Student Exploring the Great Outdoors as Summer Camp Counselor

Southeast Student Exploring the Great Outdoors as Summer Camp Counselor

Southeast Missouri State University student Veronica Southworth is spending her summer as a camp counselor at Camp Henry in Newaygo, Michigan, making sure summer campers have fun and create lifelong memories. “Every day, I’m responsible for a group of campers from the time they wake up until the time their head hits the pillow,” said Southworth, a senior recreation/park administration …

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Southeast Serves Collecting Donations for Community Lunch Boxes

Southeast Serves will be packing lunch sacks for Community Lunch Boxes on Saturday, Aug. 17, as part of Southeast's Opening Weekend activities. Packing will be held from 10 a.m.-noon in the University Center Third Floor Lobby. The goal is to pack 40 lunch sacks. Help Southeast Serves fill the sacks to capacity by donating any of the following items below. …

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Southeast Fraternities Recognized with National Honors

Continuing a tradition of excellence and leadership, several Southeast Missouri State University fraternities have received national recognition this summer during their national conferences. Pi Kappa Alpha was recognized with the “Alumni Advisory Board of the Year” honor; Sigma Chi was awarded the Peterson Cup; Lambda Chi Alpha earned the Grand High Alpha Award; and Sigma Nu earned awards for both …

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Upcoming LGBTQ+ Ally Events Announced, Alliance Now Accepting Leadership Applicants

The LGBTQ+ Employee Alliance invites all faculty and staff to upcoming events. The annual LGBTQ+ Ally Picnic and photo is scheduled for Aug. 21 at 11:30 a.m. under the Kent Library Portico. The first fall social is scheduled for Aug. 23 at 5:30 p.m. at Minglewood Brewery, with appetizers provided by the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity. Additional fall events can be found on the Alliance webpage. Additionally, employees interested in joining the 2019-2020 Alliance leadership are encouraged to email lgbtqempalliance@semo.edu.

Parking Lot 4-6 Reassigned as Student Parking

With the reopening of Employee Parking Lot 2-16, located behind the Rosemary Berkel Crisp Hall of Nursing, Employee Parking Lot 4-6, located next to Cheney Hall, has been removed and the spaces are now designated as Student Preferred Commuter B parking. Additional employee parking is available in the south side of Parking Lot 4-5, located along the east side of Henderson Drive across from Parker Hall. Signs identifying both employee and Preferred Commuter B in Parking Lot 4-5 are posted, separating the two permit types. Employee parking is also available in Parking Lot 2-9, located on the corner of North Pacific Street and Normal Avenue next to Catholic Campus Ministries, and in Parking Lot 1-25, located behind Grauel Building. 

Showcase Your Redhawks Pride with Southeast License Plate

Show your love for Southeast with a personalized license plate. Visit semo.edu/seplates to get yours!

Fall Mums, Asters Available at Huston Greenhouse

Fall mums and asters are now available at the Charles Hutson Horticulture Greenhouse, located at 1039 Bertling St. Hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Fall hours will start in September. For more information and updates, call (573) 651-2316 or visit the greenhouse Facebook page.

Newswire Resumes Twice Weekly Distribution Aug. 20

This is the last regular summer edition of the Southeast Newswire. The Newswire will resume twice weekly publication on Tuesdays and Fridays beginning Tuesday, Aug. 20. Items to be considered for the Aug. 20 edition should be submitted to news.semo.edu/newswire-submission-form/ by noon on Monday, Aug. 19. Items to be considered for Tuesday Newswires are due by noon on Mondays. Items to be considered for Friday Newswires are due by noon on Thursdays.

EMPLOYEE

Planned Electrical Outage Scheduled for Aug. 31

Facilities Management will conduct the annual campus electrical outage on Saturday, Aug. 31. This outage is conducted yearly to correspond with the Labor Day weekend. The power will be shut down at select buildings, starting at 7:30 a.m. to conduct routine maintenance. It is anticipated that power will be restored by 3:30 p.m. With this outage, other utilities may be …

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Changes Announced to Dependent Tuition Reimbursement Benefits

Enhancements are being implemented to the Dependent Tuition Reimbursement application process. Effective with the fall 2019 semester, the Dependent Tuition Reimbursement application will only need to be completed one time by the employee for each eligible dependent. Employees will only need to complete an application for new dependents for their first semester taking classes; they will automatically receive …

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Retirement Reception Aug. 15 for Carol Heizer

Carol Heizer, executive assistant in the Office of the Provost, is retiring after 20 years with Southeast. A retirement reception is scheduled for 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Academic Hall Dome Room. The campus community is invited to attend.

Fall 2019 Faculty/Staff Portrait Dates Announced

Fall 2019 semester Portrait Days have been scheduled for faculty and staff members wishing to have a portrait-style photograph taken for departmental Web pages or other publications. No appointments are necessary. Monday, Aug. 19, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the River Campus Cultural Arts Center atrium Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Magill Hall second floor lounge …

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ACADEMIC

Stallman Named Director of Dual Credit at Southeast

Karen Leavitt Stallman, director of community relations at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, has been named director of dual credit and dual enrollment at Southeast Missouri State University. Stallman will begin her new duties Aug. 19. She replaces Seth Ward. Stallman will be responsible for managing dual credit, dual enrollment and Early College Credit programs at Southeast. Her primary responsibilities will focus …

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

‘A Soldier and the King’ Opens ‘Sundays at Three’ Series Aug. 25

The Chateau Girardeau “Sundays at Three” series opens the 2019-2020 season with an exciting, toe-tapping program featuring the amazing talents of Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Music faculty. “A Soldier and the King” will take place Aug. 25 at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. The concert is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the Robert F. and Gertrude L. …

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Visual Art Focus of Crisp Museum’s ‘Talk on Tuesday’ Aug. 20

Visual art will be the focus of the Aug. 20 installment in the “Talks on Tuesday” series in the Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. Local artist Dave Carter will give the presentation from 7-9 p.m., and it is free and open to the public. During his lecture, Carter will provide artists …

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REDHAWKS

Redhawks Place 153 Student-Athletes on OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

A total of 153 Southeast Missouri student-athletes were named to the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Commissioner's Honor Roll for the 2018-19 academic year, the league announced Tuesday, Aug. 13.

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Redhawks Lead OVC with 37 Medal of Honor Winners

A conference-best total of 37 Southeast Missouri student-athletes earned the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Academic Medal of Honor for the 2018-19 academic year, the league announced Monday, Aug. 12.

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Santacaterina Named to CFPA FCS National Performer of the Year Watch List

Southeast Missouri senior quarterback Daniel Santacaterina was one of 40 players selected to the 2019 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) watch list for the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Performer of the Year.

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Hall, Wilkerson and Swift Named to Phil Steele Preseason FCS All-America Teams

Southeast Missouri linebacker Zach Hall, wide receiver Kristian Wilkerson and outside linebacker Justin Swift were named to the 2019 Phil Steele Preseason All-America Teams Wednesday, Aug. 7.

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