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CAMPUS

SEEDS Symposium to Explore Regional Economic Development Sept. 26 at Southeast

SEEDS Symposium Sept. 26 to Explore Regional Economic Development 

Current economic development issues affecting communities throughout southeast Missouri will be highlighted at the Harrison College of Business and Computing’s Southeast Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Symposium (SEEDS) Sept. 26 at Southeast Missouri State University. The symposium is scheduled for 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The day’s events will feature guest speakers and professionals affiliated …

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DPS Offers Earthquake Safety Tips

Southeast Missouri – home to the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) – has produced some of the strongest earthquakes ever to rock North America. In 1811-1812, a series of major quakes destroyed several settlements and dramatically affected the landscape, even briefly causing the Mississippi River to run backward. The seismic zone is still active today, averaging more than 200 small …

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'Not My Child' Documentary Film Screening Tonight

The Southeast community is invited to a free film screening of “Not My Child,” a highly acclaimed documentary film developed for the Missouri Mental Health Foundation, at 7 p.m. tonight, Sept. 13 in the University Center Ballroom A. The documentary is a powerful tool that is used to bring awareness to families and students concerning the escalating battle that is waging against opioid abuses and substance-use disorders. The stated purpose of the film is to help families understand substance use and recovery. Additionally, attendees will be given information about where to receive support and seek recovery in the local community. This event is sponsored by Southeast's Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Sociology and FCC Serenity Pointe of Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

EMPLOYEE

Reviewing Student Records Training Now Available Online

The Registrar’s Office is pleased to announce Reviewing Student Records training is now offered online. These training modules are geared toward users who require access to student records via Internet Native Banner (INB). Participants will review the various student-related information forms in INB, including address, general student, test scores, grades, GPA information and academic history. Security access to student records will not be provided until the navigation and training modules are completed. To register for these modules, visit https://semo.edu/training/banner-sys.html and complete the Banner Training Request Form. Any issues with the form should be directed to training@semo.edu.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra to Present ‘Symphony Sampler’ Sept. 15

Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra to Present ‘Symphony Sampler’ Sept. 15

The Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra will present its annual “Symphony Sampler” concert on Sunday, Sept. 15, offering an informative and free preview to the upcoming 2019-2020 symphony season. This concert will provide a brief overview of the season ahead and introduce the various sections of the orchestra.  Drawings for free tickets to upcoming concerts will be held, and patrons will …

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Computer Art Summer Workshop Exhibition Now on Display

Computer Art Summer Workshop Exhibition Now on Display

Southeast student digital artwork from the AW845 Computer Art Summer Workshop is currently on display in the exhibition space in the Kenneth and Jeanine Dobbins River Campus Center. The 25 digital pieces of work will be on display until Oct. 25. Students created the artwork by using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop in the Department of Art and Design's Macintosh Computer …

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REDHAWKS

#19 Southeast Missouri Faces Missouri Saturday

#19 Southeast Missouri State University travels to Football Bowl Subdivision and Southeastern Conference member University of Missouri on Saturday, Sept. 14. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium. Saturday's game will be televised live on SEC Network Alternate (DirecTV Channel611-1; DISH Network Channel 596-599 and 404.1-404.2 on the Hopper; AT&T U-verse Channel 608/1608 and 609/1609; Verizon FiOS Channel 332/832). All games are broadcast live on the radio at Real Rock 99.3 FM. Live stats can be accessed online at MUTigers.com.

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Redhawks Announce 2019-2020 Men's Basketball Schedule

Southeast Missouri has announced its 2019-2020 men's basketball schedule. The Redhawks play 31 games with 13 at the Show Me Center this season.

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Soccer Heads to Arkansas State

Southeast Missouri's women's soccer team travels to Arkansas State on Sunday, Sept. 15.

Volleyball Travels to Milwaukee

Southeast Missouri heads to the Panther Invitational in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, today-Saturday, Sept. 13-14. Southeast plays tournament host University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and Western Michigan today, and Butler University on Saturday.

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Tennis Opens Season with Austin Peay Fall Invitational

 Southeast Missouri women's tennis opens its season with the Austin Peay Fall Invitational today and Saturday at the Governors Tennis Courts in Clarksville, Tennessee. The Invitational started with singles today at 8:30 a.m. to be followed by doubles in the afternoon at 2:30 p.m.

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Football Radio Show is Monday at Wings, Etc.

Southeast Missouri's football radio show is on Monday, Sept. 16 at Wings Etc. in Cape Girardeau. Listen live from noon-1 p.m. on ESPN 1220 and 1470 AM. 

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