Education

Education

Southeast Missouri State University

A former member of the University of Central Missouri team has joined Southeast Missouri State University.

Dr. Michael Godard has been named Southeast’s new provost, and will serve as a member of the University President’s  Executive Staff and chief academic officer.

 

In a press release, President Dr. Carlos Vargas said they are pleased to welcome Dr. Godard to the Southeast community.

 

Screenshot by Lindsey Grojean

Southeast Missouri State University will be getting a new website in 2020.

Plans were presented to make changes to the website at the Board of Regents meeting on May 10.

Director of university marketing, Tonya Wells, said they hope to award a contract for the project in June while they work to create new content for the site, while also carrying over some existing content.

Southeast Missouri State University

During their meeting on Friday, the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents approved an increase in tuition and fees for the next fiscal and academic year.

In a press release, president Dr. Carlos Vargas said he’s aware that the increases are higher than those made in the past.

“Unfortunately, the increase is necessary to ensure that we are able to continue providing the high-quality programs that our students have come to expect from Southeast,” said Vargas.

 

The Budget

Southeast Missouri State University

  

Missouri higher education will receive more funding under a tentative budgement agreement discussed Tuesday.

At a budget conference committee meeting, lawmakers agreed to added $1 million in core funding to colleges like University of Central Missouri, Southeast Missouri State University and Lincoln University.

The budget also includes $10 million for the UM Precision Medicine Initiative. In a change from previous years, universities will be able to give in-state tuition to students who are undocumented immigrants.

Courtesy of the Marquette Tech Institute

On Wednesday, over 700 people gathered at the Youth Coding League’s All-Star Party to hear who would win championship prizes for the 2019 spring season.

Over 300 students across 17 schools in the region participated in the after-school program this semester, and players are evaluated based on code documentation, completing objectives, and more. The curriculum this season was based on the ideas of “Music and Sound”.

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