Southeast Missouri State University

American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)

The ASID promotes student camaraderie and sponsors guest speakers, panel discussions, seminars with manufacturer’s representatives and other activities.

For more information contact Dr. Michelle Brune, faculty sponsor, mbrune@semo.edu

Student Dietetic Association (SDA)

The SDA is a student organization for nutrition and dietetics majors/minors. As students of dietetics and nutrition, we will share information to expand our own knowledge of all the different pathways our education may lead us, and of the plentiful opportunities available to us, while being aware of everyone present. Respecting that everyone has different interests, skills, and personalities, so as to combine everyone’s abilities to impact the community and other like-minded groups, while creating lasting relationships within the world of dietetics and nutrition.

Our goals are:

  • to provide education to the community,
  • to be a strong presence on Southeast Missouri State University’s campus
  • to gain experience in our professional field.

For more information contact Dr. Molly Timlin, faculty sponsor, mtimlin@semo.edu

Student Missouri Restaurant Association (SMRA)

The SMRA is a student organization for hospitality management majors/minors. The organization allows students to interact with area hospitality professionals.  Scholarship opportunities are also available to organization members.

Advisor – Dr. Quantella Anderson-Noto, (573) 986-6856, qanderson@semo.edu

For more information on student organizations at Southeast, visit the University’s Leadership and Student Organizations Web site.

Sustainability Club

Our Sustainability Club R3 defines sustainability as, “The ability to continue a defined behavior indefinitely” and taking this definition into account, its purpose shall be:

  • Integrate sustainability into daily life through community outreach, on campus events and self-education.
  • To foster scientific study and research in the field of environmentally sustainable building and operation of buildings;
  • To develop and disseminate knowledge in sustainable building research and design;
  • To improve the methods and design of sustainable buildings; and
  • To develop better public understanding and appreciation of the challenges and solutions posed by improved sustainable building practices and the sustainable operation of existing buildings.
  • To promote understanding, adoption and use of environmentally sustainable design, construction, and building operation practices across the campus community.
  • To cultivate leadership skills among group members that will prepare them to champion sustainability on campus, in their community and in future careers.

For more information contact Shelby S. Hicks, MFA, LEED Green Associate; Advisor: sshicks@semo.edu

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