New Spirit Marks

Southeast Athletics unveiled refreshed spirit marks featuring an official brand font and a focused emphasis on the preferred University reference, ‘SEMO.’ The original Redhawk logo was introduced in 2005 and this is the first update to the spirit branding....

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Biomedical Student Shares Research With Board of Regents

Andrew Behrmann, a senior biomedical sciences and chemistry double major in physics, says Southeast provided the undergraduate research opportunities he needed to prepare for medical school. Using multiple labs on campus, Behrmann has been able to conduct research on cardiac tissue mechanics, nano-bioengineering, x-ray crystallography, and genetics. Learn More...

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Southeast Music Recognized as an Institution of Excellence

Southeast Missouri State University is among the inaugural class of elite institutions across the globe to be named a “Yamaha Institution of Excellence.” The Yamaha designation recognizes extraordinary commitment to innovation in the study of music. It is awarded to institutions providing unique and challenging experiences to their music students. “We are proudly continuing to invest in the arts to give our students the tools they need to fine-tune their musical talents,” says Rhonda Weller-Stilson, dean of the Holland College. “This designation offers us the opportunity to foray into music technology and......

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Degrees With Less Debt

Southeast is among five Missouri universities highlighted in the “Degrees with Less Debt: Postsecondary Strategies that Enhance Low-Income and Black Student Success” report released by St. Louis Graduates. The report identifies strategies employed at colleges and universities attended by St. Louis area students to support low-income and Black students to graduation with less debt. One student focus group from each institution, representing low-income and Black students, was selected and interviewed. From the themes that emerged from the interviews, high-level institutional strategies were identified that are reducing inequities based on race and class......

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Southeast Journalists Earn Top Awards

Southeast’s student newspaper, The Arrow, continues to win awards. The paper received 18 awards during the 2020 Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) Awards Ceremony and another six during the Associated College Press (ACP)/College Media Association (CMA) Fall National College Media Convention. “I believe our wins reflect our students’ ability to tell stories across platforms,” says Dr. Tamara Zellars Buck, faculty advisor to the The Arrow and chair of Southeast’s Department of Mass Media. The Arrow was recognized for photojournalism, in-depth, investigative, sports, and feature writing as well as page design and multimedia......

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