Tuesday, March 9, 2021

CAMPUS

Power Outage on Dearmont B-Wing Prompting Room Relocations

Power Outage on Dearmont B-Wing Prompting Room Relocations

A power outage on Monday, Aug. 29, in Dearmont residence hall, B-wing, at Southeast Missouri State University has directly displaced 51 student residents and forced room relocations. Unusually hot weather …

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Faculty, Staff Volunteers Needed to Help Move Displaced Dearmont Residents

Southeast faculty and staff are invited to volunteer their time to help relocate several students being displaced due to the power outage in Dearmont Hall, B-wing. Employees are asked to volunteer for two-hour shifts. Staff need to receive approval from their supervisor prior to volunteering, and will not be required to use PTO. Move dates have been set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. today, Sept. 2; 2-7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 7; and 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9. Those wishing to volunteer are asked to contact the Office of Residence Life at (573) 651-2274 for details.

Southeast Closed Sept. 5 in Observance of Labor Day

Southeast Closed Sept. 5 in Observance of Labor Day

Southeast Missouri State University offices will be closed and classes will not be in session on Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Offices will reopen and …

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Voting Rights Expert Highlights Constitution Day

Voting Rights Expert Highlights Constitution Day

A nationally recognized expert on voting rights will speak at Southeast Missouri State University Sept. 14, commemorating Constitution Day. Dr. R. Keith Gaddie, President’s Associates Presidential Professor and chair of …

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Help Desk Announces Labor Day Holiday Operating Schedule

Help Desk Announces Labor Day Holiday Operating Schedule

During the Labor Day holiday, the Information Technology Help Desk will operate on a modified schedule. Changes to the regular schedules are as follows: Memorial Hall 107: Sept. 2: 8 …

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Next Newswire Planned for Sept. 7

Due to the Labor Day holiday, the next edition of the Southeast Newswire will be distributed on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Items to be considered for that edition should be submitted to newswire@semo.edu by noon on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

EMPLOYEE

EVT-CSIS

Southeast Accepting Faculty Applications for 2017 CSIS Program

Southeast is currently accepting faculty applications from full-time faculty members for inclusion on the CSIS Faculty Team for Spring 2017. Thirty students will qualify to attend a seminar at the …

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HH-AthleticTraining

HHPR's Personal Training Program Open for Registration

The Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation is now taking participants for its Fall 2016 10-week personal training program. The program, which is designed to improve all health-related fitness components, …

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ACADEMIC

EVT-CSIS

Student Applications Open for 2017 CSIS Program

Southeast Preparing for 2017 CSIS Program: Student Applications Open Southeast Missouri State University is preparing to send 30 students to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) during Spring …

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Southeast’s Online Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis Receives BACB Approval

Southeast’s Online Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis Receives BACB Approval

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB) has approved Southeast Missouri State University’s practicum courses for the online Master of Arts in applied behavior analysis. The approval allows Southeast’s faculty …

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Southeast’s IRIE Wins Second Straight Innovation Award

Southeast’s IRIE Wins Second Straight Innovation Award

The Southeast Missouri State University Institute for Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IRIE) was honored with a 2016 Innovation Award from the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) Research Foundation for …

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Southeast’s University Press Awarded Two Literary Grants

Southeast’s University Press Awarded Two Literary Grants

Two state agencies have awarded grants to the Southeast Missouri State University Press. The Missouri Arts Council will provide $3,751 to support the publication of Big Muddy: Journal of the …

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STA-Math

Math Learning Center Announces Fall Hours

The Math Learning Center and Mathematics Computer Lab announces its hours of operation for Fall 2016. The hours are as follows: Johnson Hall Room 112: Mondays and Wednesdays: 9 a.m. …

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REDHAWKS

Redhawks Open 2016 Football Season Saturday

Southeast Missouri opens its 2016 football season at Memphis, an American Athletic Conference member, this Saturday. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at the Liberty Bowl. The game will air live on ESPN3. All games are broadcast live on the radio at SEMO ESPN 92.9 FM and Real Rock 99.3 FM.

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Tailgate with the Redhawks in Memphis

There will be a designated, reserved area in the Tan Lot for Southeast Missouri fan tailgating at Memphis. Click here for a map. Redhawk fans will be permitted to set up tents, tables, grills, etc. in this area. Gameday parking near the tailgate area is $15 per spot and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Grills are permitted on the paved surface only.

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Soccer Heads to Evansville

Southeast’s women’s soccer team, which is 4-0 this season, closes out a three-game road stretch at Evansville on Sunday. Game time is 7 p.m.

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Volleyball Returns to Action

The Redhawk volleyball team heads to the UAB Blazer Classic this weekend. Southeast faces Northwestern State and host UAB on Friday, and Radford on Saturday.

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