Education

Education

Southeast Missouri State University

In this episode of the program, Dr. Vargas --

• Talks about Catapult Creative House's new computing stations
• Shares the recent news about the musical "An American Hero" being selected to be performed at the New York Music Festival
• Details the agreement between Southeast and Sinclair Community College that is focused on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones)
• Tells us about a recent meeting he had with Senator Claire McCaskill and their discussion about ways to make college more affordable

This interview was recorded on Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Southeast Missouri State University

On this edition of Going Public, we talk with Dr. Jim Peterson from Southeast’s Department of Polytechnic Studies about using drones as a hobby versus using them commercially.

Part 107 Training Course Information

This course will assist you in gaining the FAA Part 107 UAS Certification. The curriculum will cover the following subjects on the aeronautical knowledge test

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On this edition of Going Public, we talk with Brian Gerau with the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce about the next installment in their Business Leadership Series focused on Active Intruder Defense Training.

It will be held on Wednesday, March 28 from 8-10 a.m. at the Jackson Civic Center. More info.

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We talk with Dr. Jim Peterson about the many applications and uses of unmanned aircraft systems (drones) ranging from law enforcement to agriculture.

Peterson is an assistant professor in the Department of Polytechnic Studies at Southeast Missouri State University. For more information about the unmanned aircraft systems program at Southeast, click here

It seems like Almost Yesterday that Allen Laws Oliver of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, became the national president of the Sons of the American Revolution.

Born in 1886 when his parents, R. B. and Marie Oliver, lived in Jackson, Missouri, young Allen Oliver was educated in the local schools, at Southeast Missouri Normal School, and then, in the family tradition, received a law degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia. 

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