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Southeast Missouri State University is launching two new online degree programs this summer for individuals interested in advancing their education in child care and child development. An online Associate of Arts in Child Care and Guidance and an online Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies with a child development option will provide a [...]
Dr. Joe Pujol, interim dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Studies at Southeast Missouri State University, has been named dean of the College effective March 1. Pujol was selected following a national search. He has been serving as interim dean since June 1 following the retirement of Dr. Diana Rogers-Adkinson, former dean [...]
Southeast Missouri State University’s teacher preparation programs have been granted national accreditation at the initial licensure level by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The Accreditation Council of CAEP met April 29 and made the announcement last week. “I appreciate your commitment to excellence in educator preparation accreditation,” wrote Dr. Christopher Koch, [...]
Southeast Missouri State University senior Mareea Gaines of Edwardsville, Illinois, plans to illustrate the global effects of coral bleaching at the annual Student Research Conference April 17-18 in the University Center Ballroom. Gaines, a psychology major, says the conference is an excellent way to gain research experience and to build her public speaking skills. She [...]