Proposals for summer Hamilton Scholars are now open with a deadline of April 8. Please email email@example.com for more information on submitting a proposal.
To align with declarations from federal, state and Dallas County health authorities, DCII has cancelled campus and public programming for the remainder of the spring semester. We look forward to a time when we can return to life as usual on our campus. Link for more information: https://www.smu.edu/Dedman/Research/Institutes-and-Centers/DCII
The DCII is now soliciting proposals for 2020-21 undergraduate Mayer Fellows. Fellows will have access to $2000 to use for research travel or for other research related expenses. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for application information. Link for more information: https://www.smu.edu/Dedman/Research/Institutes-and-Centers/DCII/Scholarship/Mayer
DCII Events Cancelled for Remainder of Spring Semester Due to COVID-19 Event Location: Heroy 153 Time:2 - 4 p.m. Date: April 24 Dr. Tim McDonough (Cox) will give an overview of how sentiment analysis has become integral to brand management. Alex Cerda (Marketing & Comm.) will provide examples of how sentiment analysis is used in the management of the SMU brand via social media. Link for more information: smu.edu/Dedman/DCII/Programs/ResearchClusters
Cancelled. Research Cluster Event: Studying Corporate Trust Using Text Analytics and Sentiment Analysis
DCII Events Cancelled for Remainder of Spring Semester Due to COVID-19 Event Location: Hyer Hall 102 Time:2 - 4 p.m. Date: March 27 Join the Text Analytics and Sentiment Analysis Research Cluster for their March event with Dr. Tom Fomby (Economics). Dr. Fomby will discuss the use of text analytics and sentiment analysis to measure consumer trust following a negative corporate event. Link for more information: smu.edu/Dedman/DCII/Programs/ResearchClusters
Event Date: Feb. 26 Location: SMU Collins Executive Center, Crum Auditorium Time:5:30 PM Contact: Candice Bledsoe Please join the Telling Our Stories: Women of Color and the Power of Narratives Research Cluster for A Tribute to Toni Morrison. To learn more about this and other DCII clusters, visit smu.edu/Dedman/DCII/Programs/ResearchClusters.
Event Date: 4/4/2019 - 4/5/2019 Location: Crum Auditorium, Collins Executive Education Center Time: 4/4 5:00 PM- 6:30 PM 4/5 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Our symposium looks beyond the entrenched pro-choice/pro-life binary to explore a larger range of issues affecting women of reproductive age--and their families--in the twenty-first century. It will bring together scholars, advocates, and practitioners for an interdisciplinary discussion of these important issues. For more information: https://www.smu.edu/Dedman/DCII/Programs/Advanced-Symposium
One day. For 24 hours on March 5, the entire SMU community will come together to give back and celebrate the causes we care about – supporting students, improving cities, educating teachers, fighting for justice, fueling champions – together, the possibilities are endless. Please consider supporting a Dedman College cause: Dedman College Scholars Dean’s Research Council SMU Human Rights SMU Fund for Dedman College Data Hackathon Challenges: Dean’s Research Council Match Gifts made to the Dedman College Dean’s Research Council will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000. Thank you to generous donors, Dr. Anthony Aramoonie ‘94 and Nicole Aramoonie for making this possible! Dedman College Scholars Challenge Support scholarships and help us meet the challenge from longtime SMU supporters Carl Sewell ’66 and Peggy Higgins [...]
Event Date: 03/07/2019 Location: Meadows Museum - Jones Hall Time: 5:15 PM Reception, 6:00 PM Lecture The story of the siege of the Aztec capital by the Spanish invaders, and the ultimate destruction of this indigenous empire in central Mexico have relied largely on Spanish accounts: principally the letters of Cortés and a chronicle penned by a Spanish conquistador in the Mexican expedition, Bernal Díaz del Castillo. The lecture challenges this largely Spanish narrative by exploring the role of the indigenous allies, who fought with the Spanish invaders in a great insurrection to overthrow the Aztec Empire.
History News Network Originally Posted: Feb. 24, 2019 by Jo Guldi Jo Guldi, formerly Hans Rothfels Professor of History at Brown University and a Member of the Harvard Society of Fellows, is currently Associate Professor of History at SMU Dallas, where she directs “Think-Play-Hack,” SMU’s interdisciplinary hackathon series for big ideas. She is author of “Roads to Power: Britain Invents the Infrastructure State” (Harvard 2012), and co-author, with David Armitage, of ”The History Manifesto” (Cambridge 2014), which was recently named by the Chronicle of Higher Education as one of the most influential 20 books of the past 20 years in any field. Like many Americans, I have a love-hate relationship with technology: I inwardly cringe when my preschooler clamors for screen-time with our iPad instead of storytime with a [...]