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Southeast's Department of History and Anthropology boasts award-winning faculty and small class sizes - this means that you will receive the personal attention and community support that are keys to success. We will challenge you to think critically and introduce you to times and civilizations that will fire your imagination. We are committed to your education and that extends beyond the classroom. You will gain real-world experience through internships and advanced projects, all before you graduate.
The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents today approved a new Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity and a new minor in jazz studies. Both new programs are expected to begin during the 2020-2021 academic year. Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity The new Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity will be offered by the Department of Computer Science in [...]
This spring semester, Southeast Missouri State University students collaborated to help preserve and determine the future of a 100-year-old building in Cape Girardeau. The one-story, brick building, located at 101 William St. in downtown Cape Girardeau, was built in 1916 and served as a warehouse. It’s currently owned by Bill Cole of Cape Girardeau, and [...]
A team of Southeast Missouri State University students and faculty have been able to solve a real-world cold case in southeast Missouri. Dr. Jennifer Bengtson, associate professor of anthropology, and her students, recently identified human remains found in a farm field near Charleston, Missouri, in 1979, through collaboration with Othram and Redgrave Research, a forensic [...]
Art and history students at Southeast Missouri State University this semester are helping select items for the medieval teaching collection in Kent Library’s Rare Book Room. A Chicago, Illinois, medieval artifacts dealer was on campus Feb. 14 to exhibit a variety of artifacts for students to learn about, some dating from 1100 AD or older. [...]