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Dr. C.P. Gause, professor and chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling at Southeast Missouri State University, recently edited and contributed to a new book, “Leadership, Equity, and Social Justice in American Higher Education.” The purpose of the book is to “critique” the current state of American higher education through the lenses of […]
Chilean faculty and staff members of Arturo Prat University in Iquique recently participated in a two-week summer training institute hosted by the College of Education at Southeast Missouri State University. The institute was part of an effort to strengthen and build relationships between the universities. “This was a great opportunity for us to exchange ideas, […]
The Southeast Missouri University Foundation today announced receipt of a major gift from Dr. Shelton “Butch” and Glenda Smith of St. Louis, Missouri, in support of Southeast Missouri State University’s College of Education and Southeast’s student teacher candidates. To honor the long-time service and philanthropy of the Smiths, the University has named the EDvolution Center’s […]
The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents today approved three academic program changes, including the addition of a new Graduate Certificate Program for Special Reading Licensure. Previously, the Department of Elementary, Early and Special Education offered various courses students took to gain necessary expertise for adding a reading teacher credential to their teaching license. […]