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Campus News

  • Agreement Paves Way for Borough of Manhattan Community College Theatre Grads to Transfer to Southeast

    Officials with Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) in New York City and Southeast Missouri State University signed an agreement July 12 paving the way for a seamless transfer of BMCC Associate of Science in Theatre (AST) graduates into Southeast’s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, musical theatre option. Signing the agreement in New York […]
  • Southeast Student Following Her Passion at Saint Louis Zoo

    Southeast Missouri State University student Emma Ahern of Webster Groves, Missouri, has learned there’s no monkeying around this summer at the Saint Louis Zoo. Ahern has learned there’s lots of hard work behind the scenes of a place that she’s long had a passion to visit. A senior double major in global cultures and languages, […]
  • Study: Hispanic Workers’ Wages Less than Whites

    Dr. Alberto Dávila, dean of the Donald L. Harrison College of Business at Southeast Missouri State University, recently co-published a new study with the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) which examines the Hispanic-white wage gap among full-time workers. In the study, Dávila and and his wife Marie Mora, professor of economics at the University of Texas […]
  • Book Series Co-Edited by Southeast Faculty Member Adds Latest Edition on Social Justice Crusader

    The next edition in a book series titled “Women in American Political History,” whose lead co-editor is Dr. Pam Parry, chair of the Department of Mass Media at Southeast Missouri State University, recently was published by Rowman & Littlefield. “Political Pioneer of the Press: Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Her Transnational Crusade for Social Justice” is […]
  • Southeast Student Helping Launch City of Cape Citizen Academy

    Energizing Cape Girardeau residents about what it means to be an engaged citizen is the top priority of Southeast Missouri State University graduate student Amanda Rogers this summer. “Essentially, I am trying to find a way to engage citizens on matters that concern them and to get more involvement on advisory boards and City Council,” […]
  • Registration for 2018-2019 Student Parking Permits Opens July 9

    Southeast Missouri State University students may begin registering for 2018-2019 parking permits at 8 a.m. July 9. At that time, students may apply online at http://portal.semo.edu or, for students who do not have access to the internet, application can be made by calling Parking Services at (573) 651-2310.  Students should apply using only one method. […]