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Four student projects win recognition (and $5,000) in SMU’s 2015 Big iDeas Business Plan Competition

Congratulations to Hunter Rice, Edward Allegra and Rax Friman on their winning projects. These Dedman College students were part of four student teams that competed in SMU’s Big iDeas Business Plan Competition. More on the competition and the projects below: Four student teams … Continue reading

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SMU Environmental Society makes being ‘green’ look easy – and fun

Green Source DFW Originally posted: March 2, 2015 By Rita Cook Environmental awareness is growing across local campuses and for over a decade, Southern Methodist University in Dallas has had its own student organization broadcasting the green message. The SMU … Continue reading

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Marlon Carbajal, Erica Renstrom, Aubrey Richardson and Kristen Yule inducted into Phi Betta Kappa

The Department of Sociology congratulates Marlon Carbajal, Erica Renstrom, Aubrey Richardson, and Kristen Yule for their academic accomplishments over the last four years. All four were inducted into Phi Betta Kappa honor society on March 1, 2015.

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College Students Choosing Volunteerism Over Partying During Spring Break

Originally Posted: Feb. 15, 2015 DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Spring Break and college co-eds usually means a ritual of partying and debauchery for many, but a new trend is spreading among college students and drawing out their real talents. SMU’s Carson … Continue reading

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Dedman College students and professors offer tips on how to pursue two degrees at once and still have a life

SMU Meadows School of the Arts Thinking of Double-Majoring? How to pursue two degrees at once and still have a life Originally Published: February 12, 2015 Whether to position themselves better for choice careers or to blend multiple interests, increasing … Continue reading

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Student Leadership Initiative in Costa Rica: Research in Action 2015

SMU Adventures Blog Twelve students in SMU’s Student Leadership Initiative (SLI), sponsored by the Embrey Human Rights Program, participated in a service-learning trip to Costa Rica Jan. 2-12, 2015. The SLI students were led by Dr. Howard J. Recinos, Professor … Continue reading

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Engaged Learning Week- Jan. 26-30

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Human Rights in Poland 2014

Twenty members of the SMU community participated in a study tour of Holocaust sites in Poland Dec. 18-30, 2014. Led by SMU Embrey Human Rights Program (EHRP) Director Rick Halperin, 16 SMU students traveled with two SMU staffers and Altshuler … Continue reading

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Former Dedman College Scholar, Kirsten Johansson On Getting Into Law School

OneDublin.org By: Kirsten Johansson Ever since high school, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer. For a while I didn’t know what type of law I wanted to practice, although I was drawn to criminal law from the crime … Continue reading

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Rahfin Faruk: Break down traditional barriers to truly transform our schools

Dallas Morning News Originally Posted: Jan. 2, 2015 By: Rahfin Faruk I had public school high teachers who could bring the driest material to life. My physics teacher lay on a bed of nails to explain the relationship between surface area … Continue reading

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