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Southeast offers a world-class academic experience at an affordable cost. The university’s 200 areas of study emphasize national accreditation, experiential learning and career preparation. In addition to our small class sizes, our faculty and staff genuinely care about your success.
The Southeast Missouri University Foundation has announced a $40 million comprehensive campaign, the most ambitious fund-raising effort in the University’s history, to directly support current and future students.
The campaign, named “Honoring Tradition, Inspiring Success,” is focused on increasing scholarships and supporting programs and renovations that benefit students.
Dr. Christopher Rieger, Associate Professor of English, joined the Southeast Missouri
State University faculty in 2007, after teaching the previous four years at Westminster
College in Fulton, Missouri.
Robert W. Hamblin is Professor of English at Southeast Missouri State University,
where he has taught since 1965. He first met L. D. Brodsky in 1978, and since that
time the two men have worked together to produce Faulkner: A Comprehensive Guide to
the Brodsky Collection (5 vols., UP Mississippi, 1988) and other books, articles,
exhibits, and public lectures based on the materials in the Brodsky Collection. Hamblin
has served as Director of the Center for Faulkner Studies since its creation in 1989.
Roxanne Dunn, Archival Assistant in Special Collections and Archives at Kent Library,
joined Southeast Missouri State University staff in July of 2013 after being graduated
from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a master's degree in library
and information science. She also earned a master'??s degree in journalism from the
University of Illinois in 2005.
Louis Daniel Brodsky, a native of St. Louis, became seriously interested in William
Faulkner in 1959 when, as an undergraduate student at Yale University, he studied
Faulkner's novels and stories in R. W. B. Lewis's course in American Studies.