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- Alumni make beautiful music together in West Point Band
- Meadows alumnus advances in Metropolitan Opera competition
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- In Memoriam
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- Jon Charles Fortman on Residential Commons: Transforming The On-Campus Living Experience
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Category Archives: research update
Corporal punishment in the United States remains controversial. But for SMU Psychology Professor George Holden, there is no debate. Based on his own research and that of other parenting and child development experts, Holden wants to end spanking as a … Continue reading
Georita Frierson was 19 years old when her father, an African-American, was diagnosed with colorectal cancer and subsequently died of an infection. That experience shaped Frierson’s interest in health psychology, especially in improving the health behavior of underserved groups such … Continue reading
Synthetic compounds developed in the lab of Chemistry Professor Edward R. Biehl one day may help the millions of people who suffer from nerve-degenerating diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s. Biehl developed and tested the compounds with SMU postdoctoral … Continue reading
Maya culture has fascinated scientists for decades, but many mysteries remain about the ancient people that rose to prominence for their highly developed civilization in what is now Central America and Mexico. Archaeologist Brigitte Kovacevich, assistant professor of anthropology in … Continue reading
Research by SMU economist Daniel L. Millimet shows the childhood obesity epidemic plaguing America has an unwitting accomplice – the school cafeteria.
Assistant Professor Nia Parson, a cultural and medical anthropologist, is looking at the specific needs of abused Mexican women immigrants seeking mental health care.
A rare 95 million-year-old flying reptile that made its home over Texas has been rescued from obscurity by SMU paleontologist Timothy S. Myers.
A tiny integrated circuit designed by scientists at SMU may help researchers around the world unravel mysteries about the origins of the universe.
The scientific world was all ears Dec. 17 when SMU Assistant Professor of Experimental Physics Jodi Cooley announced the highly anticipated research finding that scientists may have finally caught a glimpse of dark matter.