Tune In: SMU psychology professors on KERA Radio Feb. 24

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Tune In: SMU psychology professors on KERA Radio Feb. 24

KERA 'Think' logoThe American Psychological Association‘s National Summit On Interpersonal Violence and Abuse takes place in Dallas Feb. 24-26, 2010. As these professionals discuss what can be done to end family violence and child maltreatment, summit participants and SMU professors Renee McDonald, Ernie Jouriles and George Holden will join Krys Boyd of KERA Radio’s “Think” for an issues roundtable.

Tune in to 90.1 FM at noon Feb. 24, or listen live through your web browser.

February 24, 2010|Tune In|

Listen to former Clements Center Fellow on “Think” 1-2 p.m. April 9

Brian Frehner, a former Fellow in SMU’s Clements Center for Southwest Studies, will interview with Krys Boyd on her popular talk show, “Think,” 1-2 p.m. today (April 9 ). Listen live online at KERA-FM 90.1.

Frehner, assistant professor of history at Oklahoma State University, is co-organizer of the 2008 Clements Center Symposium, “Indians and Energy: Exploitation and Opportunity in the American Southwest,” which takes place April 12. He will discuss the upcoming symposium and its mission to tell the complicated and ongoing story of Native Americans and energy development in the Southwest. The symposium will offer a variety of perspectives from senior and junior historians and Native American activists, with implications that loom large for the future of energy tribes and the nation as a whole.

Find more symposium information and register online at the Clements Center website.

April 9, 2008|Tune In|

Calendar Highlights: April 3, 2008

Judaica Lecture: Serge Frolov, Nate and Anne Levine Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies in SMU’s Department of Religious Studies, speaks on “Pillar of Smoke: Religious Responses to the Holocaust” at 2 p.m. April 6 in Bridwell Library. For more information, call 8-3483.

Birthday song: The Meadows Wind Ensemble honors Professor Simon Sargon with a 70th-birthday concert featuring commissioned pieces written by Sargon for the Wind Ensemble – including the world premiere of a new overture. The concert takes place at 3 p.m. April 6 in Caruth Auditorium; tickets are $7 for SMU faculty, staff and students. For more information, contact the Meadows Ticket Office, 8-2787 (8-ARTS).

True colors: Master of Fine Arts candidates show their work in the 2008 M.F.A. Qualifying Exhibition, April 7-19 in Pollock Gallery, Hughes-Trigg Student Center.

Perkins Public Lecture: SMU’s Perkins School of Theology presents “Xenophobia and Xenophilia: Toward a Theology of Migration,” a public lecture by Luis Rivera-Pagan, Henry White Luce Emeritus Professor of Ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary and visiting professor in Perkins, at 7 p.m. April 7 in Perkins Chapel. For more information, contact David Maldonado.

Sellers’ market: SMU’s vendors will meet the campus community at the 2008 SMU Purchasing Vendor Fair 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 8 in the Hughes-Trigg Ballroom. Festivities include food, games and prizes. For more information, contact SMU Purchasing, 8-3239.

Hesburgh Lecture: John Gaffney, professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, discusses “Lost in Translation? Bringing American Ideals to the Middle East” at 7 p.m. April 8 in Room 131, Dedman Life Sciences Building. Cosponsored by SMU’s Department of Anthropology and Human Rights Education Program, with the Notre Dame Club of Dallas. For more information, contact Van Kemper.

Brand excitement: Veteran ad man and SMU alumnus Hal Curtis will be interviewed by Krys Boyd of KERA’s “Think” program discussing “Brand Heroism: Advertising As a Force for Good” in the 2008 ExxonMobil Lecture Series. The April 10 lecture begins at 8 p.m. in Caruth Auditorium, with a coffee and chocolate reception at 9 p.m. in the Owen Arts Center lobby. Sponsored by SMU’s Temerlin Advertising Institute and Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility. Admission is free; tickets are required. For more information, contact the Meadows Ticket Office, 8-2787 (8-ARTS).

April 3, 2008|Calendar Highlights|
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