Tag Archives: Year of the Faculty

Santanu Roy, Economics, Why Firms Prefer Not to Disclose the Quality of their Products – and How Regulators Might Respond

Royal Economic Society Media Briefing Feb. 2015 Rather than explicitly revealing information about the quality of their products and services, many firms prefer to signal quality through the prices they charge, typically working on the assumption that a high price … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Alicia Meuret, Psychology

Congratulations to Alicia Meuret, the 2015 president of the International Society of Respiratory Psychophysiology (ISARP). Some background information about ISARP is presented below: The origins of the International Symposium on Respiratory Psychophysiology date back to the late 1970s when clinical … Continue reading

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Brian Stump, Earth Sciences, Measures fans’ reactions in noise conditions

ScienceLive Originally Posted: December 23, 2014 By Becky Oskin Senior Writer NASCAR has loud fans and even louder engines, but can it beat the “Beast Quake?” Football, NASCAR and their rowdy, roaring crowds faced off in a head-to-head battle this … Continue reading

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Use books by Dedman College faculty to fulfill your holiday gift list

HOLIDAY READING Originally Posted: December 19, 2014 Books published in 2014 by SMU’s faculty, alumni, libraries and museums can complete your holiday gift list with volumes ranging from historical to fiction to inspirational. Some selections are available at the SMU … Continue reading

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Brian Zoltowski, Chemistry, good and the bad about blue light

KERA The Bright Side And Dark Side Of Blue Light By JUSTIN MARTIN Light is necessary for life on earth, but scientists believe that too much of a certain wavelength can cause everything from crop diseases to changes in the … Continue reading

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Sam Ross Sloan Selected as Peruna Professor

Congratulations to Lecturer of English, Sam Ross Sloan! In this the Year of the Faculty, SMU students voted for professors they feel are exceptional and inspiring. The winners were honored with a surprise visit from our beloved mascot Peruna in … Continue reading

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Seismologist Brian Stump joins four Dedman College faculty members as the newest AAAS Fellow

Congratulations to seismologist Brian Stump who has been named an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow for distinguished contributions to his field, particularly in the area of seismic monitoring in support of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. AAAS … Continue reading

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Year of the Faculty- Tim Cassedy

 Tim Cassedy, Assistant Professor in the English Department is the featured faculty member on the Dedman College website. READ MORE

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Year of the Faculty- Stephen Sekula

  Stephen Sekula, Assistant Professor of Experimental Particle Physics is featured on Dedman College’s website.  READ MORE

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