Author Archives: Jieun Pyun

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Dallas Morning News Interviews Tower Center Program Director Luisa del Rosal

Tower Center Programs and External Relations Director, Luisa del Rosal (center), is featured in a Dallas Morning News series about young professionals from Mexico starting new ventures. Read article here and view video interview here .

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FELLOWS & ASSOCIATES RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS, FALL 2014

FELLOWS & ASSOCIATES RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS, FALL 2014 John A. Booth, Associate Papers and Publications Book, Latin American Political Culture: Public Opinion and Democracy. John A. Booth & Patricia Bayer Richard, Congressional-Sage Publications, 2015. Academic Lectures, Conference Presentations, and Speaking Engagements … Continue reading

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Tower Center Fellow Tyler Moore Co-edited New Oxford Journal of Cybersecurity

Tower Center Fellow, Tyler Moore is an assistant professor of Computer Science and Engineering at SMU. Tower Center Fellow Tyler Moore Co-edited New Oxford Journal of Cybersecurity Journal of Cybersecurity publishes accessible articles describing original research in the inherently interdisciplinary cyber domain. Journal … Continue reading

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Tower Center Associate Brian Stump named AAAS Fellow

This news story first appeared on November 24, 2014. For more information, click here. Tower Center Associate, Brian W. Stump is a Albritton Professor of Earth Sciences, SMU. SMU seismologist Brian Stump named AAAS Fellow DALLAS (SMU) – SMU seismologist Brian Stump … Continue reading

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2014-2015 Tower Center Faculty Fellowships Awarded to Dr. Wegren and Dr. Manzetti

The John G. Tower Center for Political Studies has awarded two faculty fellowships for the 2014-2015 academic year: Dr. Stephen K. Wegren, Professor of Political Science, has been awarded a Colin Powell Global Order and Foreign Policy Fellowship to analyze … Continue reading

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Sionaidh Douglas-Scott | Els catalans continuareu essent europeus passi el que passi

This news story first appeared on October 31, 2014. Tower Center Fellow, Sionaidh Douglas-Scott is a Professor of European and Human Rights Law, University of Oxford. Els catalans continuareu essent europeus passi el que passi By Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, El Temps; November, 2014 Per descomptat, i la … Continue reading

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Yuval Weber | Will Lustration Help or Hinder Ukrainian Reform?

This news story first appeared on October 31, 2014. For more information, click here. Tower Center Associate, Yuval Weber is an assistant professor in the Department of World Economy and International Affairs at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics in … Continue reading

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Shlomo Weber & Yuval Weber | Будет ли украинская люстрация похожа на иракскую?

This news story first appeared on October 31, 2014. For more information, click here. Tower Center Associate, Shlomo Weber is the Robert H. and Nancy Dedman Trustee Professor of Economics, SMU. Tower Center Associate, Yuval Weber is an assistant professor in the Department of … Continue reading

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Neil Foley | The Changing Face Of America (KERA THINK)

This news story first appeared on November 3, 2014. For more information, click here. Tower Center Associate, Neil Foley is the Robert H. and Nancy Dedman Chair in History at SMU. The Changing Face Of America THINK, KERA; November 3, 2014 By 2050, … Continue reading

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Joshua Rovner: Nevermind ISIS and Putin — Asia matters more to U.S. strategy

This news story first appeared on November 4, 2014. For more information, click here. Nevermind ISIS and Putin — Asia matters more to U.S. strategy By Joshua Rovner, The Dallas Morning News; November 4, 2014 The grisly war with the Islamic State and … Continue reading

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