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Madison Francis of Farmington, representing Southeast Missouri State University's Harrison College of Business and Computing, received an Experiential Learning Award on May 3.  Experiential Learning Awards are presented to both undergraduate and graduate students who have participated in experiences that best exemplify the experiential learning goals at Southeast. The learning experience may include, but is not limited to, internships (credit or non-credit), discipline-related service-learning projects, research projects that result in professional journal publications or presentations at professional conferences. The undergraduate awards go to an undergraduate student or group of students and recipients are selected by the colleges. The graduate student award recipients are selected by the Provost with college recommendations. 

Taylor Starkey of Fredericktown, has received the Copper Dome Scholarship and Residence Life Leadership Award to attend Southeast Missouri State University for the 2019-2020 academic year. Starkey is the daughter of Ray and Leta Starkey of Fredericktown. She will be a 2019 graduate of Fredericktown High School.

CJ Hart of Farmington, has received the Copper Dome Scholarship and Residence Life Leadership Award. Hart is the son of Susan Scarlet of Farmington. He will be a 2019 graduate of Farmington High School.

Allison White of Farmington, has received the Copper Dome Scholarship, Residence Life Leadership Award and Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship. White is the daughter of John and Jessica White of Farmington. She will be a 2019 graduate of Farmington High School.

Becca Voyles of Potosi, has received the Copper Dome Scholarship and Residence Life Leadership Award. Voyles is the daughter of Michael and Melissa Voyles of Potosi. She will be a 2019 graduate of Central High School.

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