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A Healthy Economy Starts In The Classroom

G. Reid Lyon, Distinguished Professor of Education Policy and Leadership with the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development, discusses the impact of education on the economy.

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SMU Community: Stepping Up Half A World Away

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Staging The Largest U.S. Exhibit: Life And Death Of The Etruscans

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International Internships

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Going Global

SMU Magazine looks at some of the University’s international connections – education abroad, faculty research and alumni who work overseas – to understand how SMU is going global.

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SMU-in-Britain: Students Worldwide Compete For Coveted Spots

More than 400 SMU students have spent a year at universities such as St. Andrews in Scotland, University College London and the University of Kent at Canterbury through SMU-in-Britain since the program began in the early 1970s.

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International Internships Show Students The Ropes On How The World Works

In the past year, about 10 percent of SMU’s undergraduate students took advantage of the University’s education abroad programs, overseas internships and global research projects.

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Examining The Business Dimensions Of A Flat World

Even if you aren’t working directly with a Chinese company, you will be impacted by what is happening in China,” says Linda Kao (’78), Cox School of Business’ assistant dean of global operations.

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Lost In Translation: Cultural Sensitivity Goes A Long Way In Advertising

Carrie La Ferle, associate professor of advertising, says that cultural sensitivity can be as important as brand identity in global markets.

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An American In Cyprus: Seeing Past The Postcard Façade

As the U.S. government’s human rights and trafficking-in-
persons (TIP) officer, Amy Dahm often delved into the seamier side of life on the island nation of Cyprus.

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