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The Psychology of Fear with psychologist Alicia Meuret

KERA public radio 90.1 hosted SMU psychologist Alicia Meuret on Krys Boyd‘s “Think” program Oct. 6. Meuret, Boyd and Madhukar Trivedi, chair of the University of Texas-Southwestern’s Mental Health Department, discussed “How fear serves us and when it can lead … Continue reading

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Travel to Budapest, Hungary

Event date: October 19, 2014 Event time: 1:00 p.m. Event Contact: Sherry Aikman saikman@smu.edu Location: Dallas Hall/ Basement Lounge Event Description: Travel with the Embrey Human Rights Program to Holocaust Hungary. Find out all about the trip at an Information Session … Continue reading

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School of the Americas Watch

  Event date: October 23, 2014 Event time: 5:00 p.m. Event Contact: Roberto Corona rcorona@smu.edu Event Description: Travel with the Embrey Human Rights Program to protest the School of the Americas in Fort Benning, Georgia on November 21-23, 2014. Attend … Continue reading

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Beyond the Walls – Giving Voice to Life Experiences

Event date: October 18, 2014 Event time: 6:15 p.m. Event Contact: Sherry Aikman, 8-8347 Event Description: Tells the stories, through community murals, of important issues faced by communities in the West Bank, Northern Ireland, Liberia, El Salvador, Argentina, Australia and the Unitied … Continue reading

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SMU to honor global & local human rights champs at ‘Triumph of the Spirit’ awards event Nov. 12

DALLAS (SMU) — Peruvian champion of indigenous women’s rights Eliana Elias and innovative global-minded local educator Bhavani Parpia will be honored at SMU Nov. 12 as the first two recipients of Embrey Human Rights Program Triumph of the Spirit Awards. … Continue reading

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Social Studies Revised

THINK, KERA. Originally posted: October 6, 2014 Texas is considering new social studies textbooks for public school students for the first time since 2002. This hour, we’ll talk about questions that have arisen about how they teach culture and religion … Continue reading

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Engaged Learning Fall Symposium, Oct. 24

Engaged Learning Fall Symposium Location: HT Forum Date: Fri, Oct 24 Time: 9 am – 2 pm contact person: Susan Kress website: http://www.smu.edu/Provost/EngagedLearning/SYMPOSIUMFALL Come hear the 5 minute student presentations of Engaged Learning Fellows, Caswell Undergraduate Leadership Fellows, Maguire Fellows, … Continue reading

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Undergraduate research is growing at SMU

The Daily Campus: Originally posted on September 18, 2014 WATCH THE VIDEO Undergraduate research is growing in universities across the country. At SMU, more than 150 undergrads are conducting research on campus. “What that vies them is a step up … Continue reading

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SMU STEMPREP student helps deliver niece at highway rest stop

Excerpt: The following is from the Sept. 30, 2014, edition of The (Wilmington) News Journal. Kennedy Smith has spent the last two summers at SMU as one of 100 seventh and eighth grade students participating in the STEMPREP program. October … Continue reading

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Faith Nibbs, resettlement experiences of Hmong refugees in Texas and Germany

The process of integrating immigrant newcomers, particularly refugees, is complex and involves many possible approaches. Integration, as perceived and driven by national agendas, may not be felt or experienced in the same way by refugees. The concept of belonging offers … Continue reading

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