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Three cheers: SMU Honors Day 2014 is Monday, April 21

Every third Monday in April, SMU takes a day to celebrate the high achievements of students, faculty and staff members in two different ceremonies. This year’s Honors Convocation and Awards Extravaganza take place on the afternoon and evening of Monday, April 21, 2014. > 2014 … Continue reading

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For the Record: May 3, 2013

Anthony Cortese, Sociology, Dedman College, participated in an invited panel discussion, Outside the Silo: The Interdisciplinary Teacher-Scholar, at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, held March 23-27, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta. He also presented a paper, … Continue reading

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David Meltzer elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

SMU anthropologist David Meltzer joins John Glenn, Martin Amis, Robert De Niro, Bruce Springsteen and other renowned leaders in various fields as a newly elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The class of 2013 will be inducted at a ceremony on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Bing joins SMU faculty in concurrent appointment with Bush Institute

Global health researcher Eric G. Bing has joined the SMU faculty as professor of global health in a concurrent appointment with the George W. Bush Institute. At SMU, Bing has been named a professor of global health in the Applied … Continue reading

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Research: How hiding in plain sight saved the Jicarilla Apache

North America’s Jicarilla Apache tribe cloaked themselves in trade, diplomacy, and intermarriage and nearly escaped incarceration on an American Indian reservation. How they did it has been a mystery of the historical American Southwest – until now. “In some ways, … Continue reading

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Engaged Learning announces 2012-13 Unbridled student projects

In the coming academic year, 37 SMU students from throughout the University will take on special projects of their own design in research, civic engagement, creative work and internships. They are all part of the 2012-13 Unbridled Project, part of the … Continue reading

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For the Record: April 11, 2012

Anthony Cortese, Sociology, Dedman College, has published an entry, “Advertising” (pp. 8-13) in the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by George Ritzer (New York: Blackwell, 2012). He participated in The Social Construction of Femininity and Self-Objectification at the Pacific Sociological Association in San … Continue reading

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Research Spotlight: Trial by fire, and how humans respond to it

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Research Spotlight: Anthropologists link human uniqueness to social networking

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SMU students dominate anthropology contest

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