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Biology student awarded predoctoral fellowship from American Epilepsy Society

Kelsey Paulhus, a PhD student in the laboratory of Dr. Edward Glasscock who is an associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at SMU, has received a predoctoral fellowship award from the American Epilepsy Society (AES) to support her research and professional development activities. These one-year fellowships provide $30,000 in funding to predoctoral students […]

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SMU History Ph.D. writes for ESPN

Congratulations to SMU History Ph.D., Roberto Andrade for the following on ESPN–espndeportes.espn.com “Canelo pone en juego su legado ante los fantasmas pugilisticos de Mexico” 16 septiembre 2022

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Congratulations to Aaron Sanchez

Congratulations to SMU alum, Aaron Sanchez! His book “Homeland: Ethnic Mexican Belonging since 1900” (Oklahoma Univ. Press) has won the 2022 Book Award presented by the Tejano Genealogy Society of Austin!

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SMU Students Earn Prestigious Fulbright, Boren Awards

SMU News: Eight SMU students have accepted Fulbright and Boren awards for international study, research and teaching in Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea. Five will be headed across the world as Fulbright finalists to conduct research and teach abroad for the 2022-2023 academic year, while three will travel as Boren fellows […]

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SMU-RTG fellows stay busy over the summer

Dedman College News: The SMU Department of Mathematics launched an NSF funded Research Training Group program (SMU-RTG) in 2019 which aims to nurture research interaction between faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate and undergraduate students. The program has grown significantly over the years and currently supports eleven graduate and postdoctoral fellows. Here are some SMU-RTG fellow summer […]

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New Mexico’s Megafires Mark a Turning Point

Tom’s Dispatch Bill deBuys, is a former William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies fellow, an environmentalist, conservationist, and writer. For People, Land, and the Forest Service BY WILLIAM DEBUYS Firefighters don’t normally allude to early English epics, but in a briefing on the massive Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon Fire in northern New Mexico, a top field […]

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Congratulations to Melissa Sitton!

Melissa is a doctoral student in the SMU Clinical Psychology program. Her research poster won an SMU Research Day award and an APS conference award which led to an invitation from the Association for Psychological Science to be highlighted in the Observer feature, Up-and-Coming Voices. https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/clinical-talks#adolescents

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Congratulations to Averie Bishop

SMU Alum Averie Bishop ’19, ’22 has become the first Asian American woman to win the title of Miss Texas.

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History PhD Candidate Ashton Reynolds Wins Research Award

Congratulations to History PhD Candidate Ashton Reynolds for winning a $1,500 research award from the State Historical Society of Iowa. This will result in publication in their journal, “The Annals of Iowa,” of a piece that will look at Iowa as the nexus of intra-Mormon competition and cooperation.

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Clements Center fellow Brennan Rivas writes op ed on the history of gun violence.

Washington Post We’re not the first generation of Americans to confront a troubling and heartbreaking epidemic of gun violence. What is new today, though, is the rise of hopelessness and inaction that disempowers 21st-century Americans in ways that previous generations would neither recognize nor tolerate. The national post-mass shooting ritual of arguing about gun-control measures […]