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The Arrow, the student newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, was honored with six national awards during the Associated College Press (ACP) /College Media Association (CMA) Fall National College Media Convention which was presented virtually Oct. 22-24. Among the recognitions the Arrow earned were two first-place awards, one second-place award, two third-place awards and the [...]
Dr. Susan Gonders, professor of public relations at Southeast Missouri State University, has been awarded the Outstanding Educator Award by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The award will be conferred by Garland Stansell, 2020 PRSA chief executive office, on Oct. 27 in conjunction with the PRSA International Conference. Gonders said, “I have been [...]
The Missouri Press Association (MPA) last week honored Southeast Missouri State University alumna Katelyn Mary Skaggs of Festus, Missouri, as the recipient of its 2020 William E. James Outstanding Young Journalist Award. The award is given to two Missouri journalists under the age of 30 who have demonstrated excellence in the field of journalism and [...]