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Campus News

  • Southeast Grad Argues Case as Law Student Before Kansas Court of Appeals

    John Grobmyer, a 2013 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University, recently earned the rare distinction of arguing a case before the Kansas Court of Appeals as a law school student. The opportunity was the pinnacle of his studies at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas, where he completed his law degree earlier this […]
  • Crites-Leoni Elected Southeast Alumni Association President

    The Southeast Missouri State University Alumni Association recently elected the Honorable Abbie Crites-Leoni as president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Crites-Leoni, a 1993 Southeast graduate, was elected to a two-year term after serving as vice president the past two years.  The Board of Directors also elected Walt Wildman of Cape Girardeau, who graduated […]
  • Southeast to Observe Memorial Day Holiday

    Due to the Memorial Day holiday, Southeast Missouri State University will be closed on Monday, May 29. The University will resume its normal schedule on Tuesday, May 30, with offices reopening at 8 a.m.  
  • Total Solar Eclipse to Kick off Fall 2017 Semester at Southeast

    Southeast Missouri State University will celebrate the Great American Solar Eclipse – an event promising the sight of a lifetime on Aug. 21 – with a full slate of SEclipse 2017 activities for Southeast students, faculty and staff, alumni, local school children and the regional community. “Southeast Missouri State University is so fortunate to have […]
  • Southeast Alumnus, Air Force Colonel Speaking at Sikeston Memorial Day Service

    Southeast Missouri State University alumnus and U.S. Air Force Col. Jeffrey Pierce has enjoyed a stellar military career that all took flight as an Air Force ROTC cadet at Southeast. He will return to his stomping grounds Memorial Day weekend and serve as the guest speaker at the Sikeston (Missouri) Memorial Day Service at 10:30 […]
  • Ole Miss Professor, Civil Rights Activist Focus of New Book by Southeast Emeritus Professor

    Dr. Robert Hamblin, Southeast Missouri State University professor emeritus of English, recently penned a new biography about English professor, author and civil rights activist Evans Harrington. “Living in Mississippi: The Life and Times of Evans Harrington” was published this month by the University Press of Mississippi. Hamblin, who knew Harrington personally, said it was a […]