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SMU Daily Campus: Navigating neutrinos — Professor studies most elusive particle in the universe

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Search for dark matter covers new ground with CDMS experiment in Minnesota

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‘Magistra doctissima’ Bonnie Wheeler honored with festschrift of essays in medieval studies

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NBC Today: Is yelling the new spanking? Parents try to turn down the volume with kids

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Psychology Faculty Member Writes Article of the Year!

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Lance R. Blyth receives Weber-Clements prize for his examination of “communities of violence” in northern Mexico

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2014 Undergraduate Psychology Award Winners

Sean Potter is this year’s winner of the Senior Award for Outstanding Performance. Kelli Sargent is the recipient of the award for Outstanding Research by an Undergraduate in Psychology. Congratulations to both outstanding seniors!

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‘Year of the Faculty’ website goes live

SMU’s 2014 Year of the Faculty celebration kicks into gear with the launch of a new website honoring faculty achievement and recognition. MORE HERE

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‘When Life Strikes the White House’: SMU Tower Center symposium examines effects of personal crises on U.S. presidencies

SMU continues its schedule of events observing the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination with a symposium exploring the effects of personal crises on a presidential administration. READ MORE

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NOvA experiment glimpses neutrinos, one of nature’s most abundant, and elusive particles

Ghostly particles that constantly bombard us can offer clues to the early moments of our universe Scientists hunting one of nature’s most elusive, yet abundant, elementary particles announced today they’ve succeeded in their first efforts to glimpse neutrinos using a … Continue reading

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