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Meadows School of the Arts
Delanie L. is a graduate student studying art history. She was awarded a Maguire and Irby Family Foundation Public Service Fellowship for summer 2017 from the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility at SMU. She is spending the summer studying elements of morality and ethics depicted in 18th-century French art. Continue reading
Abigail, a senior double majoring in human rights, and public relations and strategic communications, is spending the fall semester in Copenhagen, Denmark participating in the Danish Institute for Study Abroad Justice and Human Rights program. Continue reading
SMU students are attending the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, as part of a political communication studies program in Meadows School of the Arts. Continue reading
Students in the art history graduate seminar “Rhetorics of Art, History and Memory After The Second World War” traveled to Berlin and Warsaw during spring break to research the intersection of art history with the fields of trauma and memory studies in the last two decades, by analyzing museums, monuments and memorials in the two European cities. Continue reading
Eleven students are traveling to Washington, D.C., with SMU’s Hilltop on the Hill program. The program is led by Rita Kirk, director of the Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility and professor of Communication Studies in Meadows School of the Arts; Stephanie Ann Martin, assistant professor of Communication Studies; and Candy Crespo, assistant director of the Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility and lecturer at the Center for Nonprofit Management.
During the program, students meet with SMU alumni, talk with communication staffers on the Hill, learn from lobbyists about their advocacy functions, assess the role and function of the news media, and investigate the role of political parties as representatives for constituent concerns.
Endowed by the Bauer Foundation, the Hilltop on the Hill program also takes students studying political communication to political party conventions, the presidential Inauguration and the G8 Economic Summit.
Austin is a junior, double majoring in accounting and communications. He was awarded a Maguire and Irby Family Foundation Public Service Fellowship for summer 2015 from the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility at SMU. He spent the summer in London studying immigrant culture and working at community center. Continue reading
Amy is pursuing a joint degree MA/MBA in business and arts management from the Cox School of Business and Meadows School of the Arts. She is a recipient of the Virginia H. Miles scholarship and an Artistic Scholarship from Cox and Meadows, respectively. She was also recently awarded the Lanham Deal Internship award for academic achievement by the Eugene McDermott Foundation. This summer she is among 19 interns from around the world participating in the Summer Internship Program at the National Gallery of Art. Amy will assist the development department with fundraising and administration. Continue reading
Students in the SMU-in-London: Arts and Culture program spend five weeks in the city, becoming 21st-century explorers while taking two courses. Associate Theatre Professor Gretchen Smith in the Meadows School of the Arts teaches London theatre history from the era of Shakespeare to the present. Dance Professor Shelley Berg uses the city of London itself as a metropolis filled with myriad “performance” experiences – cultural, social, historical and political. Continue reading
Eva is a senior double majoring in theatre and world languages. She spent Summer 2014 in Moscow with the SMU-in-Moscow program to continue her Russian studies and to do international theatre research for an Engaged Learning Project and a Robert Mayor Interdisciplinary Research Project. Continue reading