Creating a Masterpiece in Downtown Cape

The River Campus is expanding by creating a “gateway to the arts” in downtown Cape Girardeau. A new art complex at 340 South Frederick is in the works and will house our ceramics, sculpture, and painting programs. The facility is currently undergoing a renovation and expansion. It’s all part of the University Master Plan and is one of the Holland College of Arts and Media’s strategic initiatives. Once complete, there will be dedicated spaces for ceramics; sculpture, including woodworking, metals, 3D materials, and mixed media; and painting. There will also be a......

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2019 Falut Line Film Festival

Southeast’s Fault Line Film Festival marked a milestone virtually. The 10th annual week-long festival was held entirely online in April. Despite the pandemic, students from Southeast, other institutions, and area high schools were still given the opportunity to share their hard work and hours of effort. “This festival provides an opportunity for students to have their work recognized by their peers and the community,” says Fred Jones, professor of mass media and coordinator of the festival. “The creative freedom allowed by these projects helps students explore new cinematic techniques, while also providing......

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Working with Wash U

Computers in the EDvolution Center leveraged their power to contribute to COVID-19 research. Through Folding@Home, the initiative uses computer simulations to understand the moving parts of proteins and how they interact inside an atom. The Folding@Home initiative began with Johns Hopkins University and is now housed at Washington University in St. Louis. Southeast graduate student Allan DeYong, who serves as a graduate assistant in the EDvolution Center, brought the initiative forward. Learn More...

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Special Collections and Archives

Southeast Missouri State University’s Special Collections and Archives invited students, faculty and staff, and community members to share how the COVID-19 pandemic has turned daily life upside down. The special digital collection is titled “Documenting the Pandemic: Stories from Southeast.” “It was so encouraging to see our Southeast community share their stories about how this global pandemic has affected their lives right now in southeast Missouri,” said Roxanne Dunn, Special Collections and Archives Librarian. Learn More...

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SEMO Students Share Books With Children

A student project recently earned members of Southeast’s Student Missouri State Teachers Association the SMSTA Service Project of the Year. Their Literacy Walk aimed to promote literacy and the joy of reading at Jefferson Elementary School in Cape Girardeau. As part of the project, SMSTA student members took pages from a large formatted children’s book and attached them to foam boards strategically placed around the school’s playground. The Southeast students then walked groups of kindergarten and first graders through the story. At the end of the walk, each child received their very......

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