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  • Southeast Education Student Shares Dream of Teaching Math with Board of Regents

    Southeast Missouri State University senior Ke-La Harris of St. Louis, Missouri, says the Lift for Life Academy in St. Louis, Missouri, inspired her to pursue a career as a mathematics teacher. Harris, a middle school education major with a mathematics concentration, told Southeast’s Board of Regents today that her passion for numbers was sparked by […]
  • Southeast Faculty Member Publishes Research in New Book on Black Males

    Dr. C.P. Gause, professor and chair of the Department of Leadership, Middle and Secondary Education at Southeast Missouri State University, is the co-editor of a new book on the phenomena of the Black male. “The Handbook of Research on Black Males: Quantitative, Qualitative, and Multidisciplinary (International Race and Education Series)” is published by Michigan State […]
  • Southeast Launching New Minor in Spanish for the Health Professions

    As the need for culturally competent health care professionals increases, Southeast Missouri State University is focusing on preparing and educating students with the skills and knowledge to meet the marketplace demand and serve the community. Beginning in fall 2019, Southeast students pursuing degrees in health-related fields will be able to graduate with a Spanish for […]
  • Dr. Marc Lamont Hill to Keynote Southeast’s King Dinner Jan. 23

    Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, an award-winning journalist and one of the leading intellectual voices in the country, will present the keynote address at Southeast Missouri State University’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Dinner Jan. 23 in the Show Me Center. The theme of this year’s dinner is “Building Community in an Hour of Chaos.” […]


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