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Category: Featured

Masters in the Art of Design Management Welcomes its First Cohort

Launching just this fall, the Master of Arts in the Art of Design Management program is already in full swing. This program is the newest degree to launch at SEU, and is the first master’s degree available through SEU’s College of Arts & Media. With courses in art, business, ... More


Civil Renewal Project Gains National Attention

Southeastern University, in collaboration with Ball State University and the Minnesota Humanities Center, recently received funding from the Teagle Foundation for a groundbreaking effort to promote content-rich historical and civic learning for undergraduates. The project, “Third Way Civics,” aims to give students the ... More


October 19, 2021

Craig Maddox & Joel Hartman – Prospect Dugout

Youth sports is a multibillion-dollar industry—one that many parents simply cannot afford. Between equipment, team membership fees, showcases, private training lessons and tournaments, thousands of dollars are being spent on young athletes. Families skip out on vacations to travel for weekend tournaments. Kids miss out on birthday parties and outings with friends to attend sports practices and games. With over 60 million participants, youth sports has become ... More


October 15, 2021

SEU’s Student Leadership Program: A Student Leader’s Perspective

At SEU, we hear about leadership almost on the daily. From President Ingle’s podcast, Framework Leadership, to the leadership courses each student enrolls in, it’s clear that this simple principle guides our university’s philosophy.  When I arrived at SEU, I (like many people, I ... More


SEU Doctoral Students Publish Book

Students from the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership and Doctorate in Strategic Leadership programs at SEU are having their research collectively published as a book by an independent Christian publisher, Oikos Press. Titled “Historic Christian Followership: Principles from Exemplary Followers in Church History,” the project ... More


September 30, 2021

Welcome Week Highlights

Welcome Week is an exciting time for new and returning students to transition to campus life and form lasting relationships at SEU. As a junior here at Southeastern, I’ve had the privilege of attending Welcome Week for several years now, and it’s always a memorable experience.  So today I want to share that excitement with you by highlighting the events I ... More


SEU Faculty to Perform in Disney Special

SEU string faculty members Ronald and Annabelle Gardiner will be performing in collaboration with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra in a Disney television special titled “The Most Magical Story on Earth: 50 Years of Walt Disney World.” ABC will be airing this special program on Friday, October 1, at 8 p.m.  More


September 29, 2021

Senator Kelli Stargel to Speak at SEU

SEU’s Center for Women in Leadership (CWL) will host Senator Kelli Stargel on campus on Tuesday, September 28. Stargel will be in room S107 of the Science building at 9 a.m. She will share about her journey to earning a position as senator and lessons on leadership, followed by a brief Q&A.  Stargel ... More


September 27, 2021

SEU Receives Ancient Torah Scroll

An ancient Torah scroll has recently been gifted to SEU from Ken and Barbara Larson, founders of God’s Ancient Library. Two members of the Barnett College of Ministry and Theology, Dr. Daniel McNaughton and More


September 24, 2021

SEU Increases Outreach to Hispanic Students

Southeastern recently announced a new partnership with the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) and the renaming of the Hispanic Leadership Center. The center will be renamed to the Adolfo Carrión Hispanic Leadership Center. The partnership with NaLEC’s extensive ... More


September 16, 2021