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Marital tension between mom and dad can harm each parent’s bond with child, study finds

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LiveScience: Huge Trove of Dinosaur Footprints Discovered in Alaska

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Dallas Observer: SMU’s Bonnie Jacobs Is Searching for History Beyond Ancient in the Trinity River Bottoms

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Houston Chronicle: Texas scientists spot 12-billion-year old star explosion

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Texas telescope spots light reaching Earth from rare, huge explosion 12 billion years ago

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Graduate Student receives Grant

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Zimbabwe Star: Comet not behind mass extinction at Ice Age end: Study

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Richest marine reptile fossil bed along Africa’s South Atlantic coast is dated at 71.5 mya

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Comet theory false; doesn’t explain cold snap at the end of the Ice Age, Clovis disappearance or mass animal extinction

Category: Culture, Society & Family, Earth & Climate, Fossils & Ruins, Plants & Animals, David Meltzer, Dedman College, SMU Department of Anthropology

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Volcano research shows link between ground deformation and eruption potential

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SMU English at SMUxTED

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Dr. Meuret awarded a URC grant

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Donnelly to speak at Gilbert

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WFAA ABC News 8: SMU study — Spanking doesn’t work

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Dr. Kamata wins a 4 year grant

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Noelle Smith wins a scholarship to attend the Beck Institute

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Psychology Faculty Member Writes Article of the Year!

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Litfest 2014 is Here!

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Men’s Health: “I can’t work if my office is a mess. Am I normal?”

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Dallas Morning News: Until bitcoin has oversight, it’s a volatile uncertainty

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Women have made strides for equality in society, but gender gap still exists in art museum directorships

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Listen to Professor Erza Greenspan on KGNU.ORG this Saturday, March 8, 2014

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Professor Michael Holahan to Speak at “June with Jane Austen”

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Search for dark matter covers new ground with CDMS experiment in Minnesota

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SMU English in The Washington Post

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SMU Daily Campus: Navigating neutrinos — Professor studies most elusive particle in the universe

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NoViolet Bulawayo Publishes New Short Story

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LitFest Author Profile

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Professor Greg Brownderville Makes His TV Debut

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Professor Marjorie Swann Publishes New Edition of “The Compleat Angler”

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SMU Daily Campus: SMU seismologists investigate cause of North Texas earthquakes

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Star-Telegram: Researchers say finding cause of Azle quakes will take time

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KERA: What’s Causing Quakes? SMU Scientists Aim To Finish Seismic Study In Two Years

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Graduate Students Present their Research

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We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo shortlisted for the 2013 Etisalat Prize for Literature

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Dr. Lorelei Simpson Rowe selected as Contributing Editor of the Year for the APA journal Psychology of Violence

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Psychology Professor Dr. George Holden chosen to be president-elect of the Board of Directors of Family Compass

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Wall Street’s short sellers wrongly maligned — detected red flags ahead of US financial crisis

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USA Today: Bitcoin tumbles after China crackdown

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A director’s skills, experiences and workload drive their compensation, study finds

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SMU scientists to deploy seismic monitors in North Texas region near Azle, Texas

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New York Daily News: Newlyweds’ gut feelings on their marriage are correct — study

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New fossil species discovered in Mozambique reveals new data on ancient mammal relatives

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Psychology Professor Alicia Meuret selected as 2014 Beck Institute Scholar

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Social psychologist Dr. Austin Baldwin receives National Cancer Institute grant

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Chair receives Outstanding Faculty Partner Award

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Faculty members’ research featured in APA Monitor

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Two faculty members receive awards

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SMU dean, earth science professor James Quick elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Fossil supervolcano discovered in Italy by SMU-led team is now key feature of new UNESCO Geopark

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Ten SMU professors receive 2013-14 Sam Taylor Fellowships

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SMU scientists celebrate Nobel Prize for Higgs discovery

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SMU physicists celebrate Nobel Prize for discovery of Higgs boson “god particle”

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The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2013: The Mechanism of the Origin of Mass

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Research: Depressed adolescents at risk for developing anxiety

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SMU Anthropology: Research at the Smithsonian

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Common Reading author Wes Moore visits SMU Aug. 29, 2013

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Prevention: Is Organic Food Really Better For You?

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Stories that need to be known

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Money News: In Search of ‘Perfect Money’ — Hackers Switch to New Digital Currency

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Analysis: Corporate America’s cash pile-up a reaction to refinancing risk

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What is the American experience, anyway?

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Dallas Morning News: Study: Mild winter, wet spring to blame for Dallas County’s deadly West Nile outbreak

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Mosquito indexing system identifies best time to act against potential West Nile Virus outbreaks

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SMU Economics: Alumnus-Faculty Collaboration Yields Game-changing West Nile Research

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Atop the world

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SMU Anthropology: Empowering communities in Rio de Janeiro

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Economics Professor Shlomo Weber awarded $3 million to study diversity, social interactions

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Fox News: Oldest dinosaur embryos ever discovered?

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Four named 2013-15 Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professors

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Four professors honored with 2013 Ford Research Fellowships

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For the Record: May 3, 2013

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Micah Robbins’s “Literary Libel and the Clowning of Richard Nixon” Accepted for Publication

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NOvA neutrino detector in Minnesota records first 3-D particle tracks in search to understand universe

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Photo a day: signs of spring

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Photo a day: drone over CERN

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Photo a day: the weather

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Photo a day: no, seriously, we were in the ATLAS cavern

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Photo a day: The ATLAS Detector 2

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Photo a day: The ATLAS Detector 1

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Photo a day: normal conducting

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Photo a day: the great whiteboard experiment, part 3

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SMU Psychology partners with Pakistani women’s university

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UPI: Cosmic explosions give dark energy clues

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redOrbit: Astronomers Discover White Dwarf Supernovae

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White dwarf supernovae are discovered in Virgo Cluster galaxy and in sky area “anonymous”

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For the Record: Feb. 26, 2013

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Hiding in plain sight: How invisibility saved New Mexico’s Jicarilla Apache

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Observatório da Emigração: Interview with SMU’s Caroline Brettell

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Research: Texas public-school Bible courses skirt state law

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SMU fossils, expertise to be an ongoing part of new Perot Museum

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SMU-North Texas Food Bank study will analyze causes of hunger in Dallas and rural North Texas

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Research: SMU paleontologist identifies new Texas fossil species

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Discover blog “80 beats”: Newly Unearthed Papers From Fossil Hunters Include An Ode to Bones

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Research: New insight into a 19th-century fossil feud

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Frontburner: Texas’ Bone Wars Studied by SMU Professor

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For the Record: Sept. 7, 2012

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Dallas Observer: How Texas Came Within an Atom’s Breadth of Discovering the God Particle

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The Guardian: Weatherwatch: Hotter, drier summers may mean more forest fires

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Climate Central: New Mexico Wildfire Now a Record-Setting ‘Megafire’

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