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From Nashville to a Cattle Ranch – A Day in the Life of Eli Mosley

Country Music Inspiration When Elisha “Eli” Mosley ’15 isn’t mending fences or mowing pastures at the 3,000-acre ranch he manages in Bartow, Florida, he’s most likely traveling to Nashville for a country music project, or touring across the U.S. with his band. Since the age of six, Eli has known that he was destined to […]

SEU to WGEM News

An Unlikely Meeting Place On the western border of Illinois, where Iowa and Missouri meet, a group of five Southeastern University alumni have built a community and created a home away from home at a local television station. Charity Bell ’19 was the first to relocate to Quincy, Illinois, beginning as a multimedia journalist in February […]

How Alumnus, Ethan Owen, Discovered His Calling to Education

Picture of Ethan Owen standing outside the SEU Welcome Center.

College is a formative time in the lives of many. It is during your time at college that you begin to navigate your newfound adulthood while simultaneously trying to figure out who you are and the path you want to take. This comes easier for some, but takes some time for others, as we are […]

SEU Launches Medical School Preparation Program

Starting in the fall of 2023,* SEU will be offering an exciting learning experience — the Master of Science in Medical Sciences (MSMS). This medical school preparation program is ideal for students who are planning to apply (or reapply) to medical school or physician assistant programs, this intensive, 3-semester master’s degree program features a rigorous […]

Jamie Hale: Creating Community and Ministering through Dermatology

A Journey to Dermatology Dr. Jamie Hale ’07 first discovered her love for dermatology in high school. After doing a research project on how UV rays penetrate car windows, Jamie began shadowing a local dermatologist in her hometown of Louisville, Ky. “I just fell in love with the field, already knowing I wanted to be […]

Devon Barnett — Bringing Hope as a Hospital Chaplain

Devon Barnett standing in front of a Lakeland Regional Health logo

Devon Barnett ’15 never planned on becoming a hospital chaplain. After graduating with his bachelor’s in criminal justice in 2015, he started working at GEICO. Over the next five years, he worked his way through the ranks, eventually becoming a supervisor. While he had enjoyed success in his career, Devon felt stuck. He felt like his […]

Namiah Simpson: Nursing, Missions and Serving Others

Namiah Simpson, ’22, is a 10-time NAIA Track and Field All-American, a two-time Academic All-American, and a recent graduate of the SEU Nursing program.  “When I was younger, I always had this inkling to be in the medical field and had a spirit for helping, so I always knew I would be in this field. […]

Pat Clary – A Lifelong Learner

Patricia A. Clary ’22 (PhD) retired in 2018. But that wasn’t the end of her professional and educational journey—God made a way for her to begin her doctorate at the age of 68.  The opportunity to start her doctoral program came at a time of deep personal tragedy: Pat had just lost her son due […]

SEU Faculty & Staff Supports First Gen Students

For parents, sending their son or daughter to college can feel like a daunting task, especially if they are the first in their family to attend. These students are referred to as first generation students, or “first gen.” Dr. Bridget Lee, director of Multicultural Affairs, and Eileen Colon, director of retention, have advice for parents […]

Making A Difference Through Advocacy and Photography

It all started with an alumni magazine article for Matias ’13 (MBA) and Barbarah ’15 (Reynolds) Perttula. When Matias first met Barbarah in person, it was at a Starbucks in Lakeland. Matias was with SEU President Kent Ingle when he introduced the pair to each other. “The following day, after meeting her, I cracked open the […]