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Academic Writing for the Public: A Workshop for Humanities Ph.D. Students

At the end of the spring semester, the Moody School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, in conjunction with the SMU English department, hosted the inaugural Academic Writing for the Public Workshop. From May 20th to May 23rd, PhD students in the humanities learned how to frame their scholarly pursuits for the public and received focused […]

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PhD student article to be published in Ethnic Studies Review

Kendall Dinniene, a PhD student in English, has an article forthcoming in Ethnic Studies Review titled “A Sensual People, and Doomed: Anti-Fatness and/as Anti-Mexican Racism in America’s First Mass Medium.”

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PhD student awarded grant, DCII summer fellowship

Lindsey McClure, a PhD student in the English Department, has been selected for the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute’s inaugural Graduate Student Summer Research and Writing Fellowship Program. She was awarded a $3,000 grant in support of her research. Congratulations, Lindsey!

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English PhD student earns inaugural DCII Student Summer Research and Writing Fellowship

Kendall Dinniene, a PhD student in the English Department, has been selected for the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute’s inaugural Graduate Student Summer Research and Writing Fellowship Program. Dinniene will be using the $3,000 grant to visit the Audre Lorde and Lucille Clifton archives in Atlanta this summer.

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Information Session: MFA Programs in Creative Writing

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PhD student Kendall Dinniene honored with Moody Graduate Student Instruction Award

Kendall Dinniene, PhD student in the English graduate program, has been awarded the Moody School’s Outstanding Graduate Student Instruction Award. The statement of award cites the thoughtfulness and dedication to the craft of teaching that Dinniene has demonstrated both in the classroom and through the Center for Teaching Excellence. The award included a $1,000 prize […]

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Learning Oscillatory Navier-Stokes Flows and Causal Linear Operators with Deep Neural Network Algorithms

SIAM News –  Lizuo Liu delivered a minisymposium presentation on this research at the 2022 SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Data Science (MDS22), which took place in San Diego, Ca., last year. He received funding to attend MDS22 through a SIAM Student Travel Award.  Learning Oscillatory Navier-Stokes Flows and Causal Linear Operators with Deep Neural Network […]

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SMU’s Supercomputer Boosts Graduate Research

SMU YouTube – SMU is making big investments in technology to advance research and scholarship. Already empowered by Ph.D. fellowships through the Moody School, SMU graduate students also have access to cutting-edge supercomputing capabilities at the Center for Research Computing. Watch how SMU supercomputing is powering the next generation of forward-thinking researchers. Learn more: smu.edu/investingforimpact […]

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The Department of History and Center for Presidential History invite applications for SMU George W. Bush Institute Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Apply by visiting: https://apply.interfolio.com/127147

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Little Egypt remembered with permanent historical marker

Lake Highlands Advocate Dr. Clive Siegle, a professor at Richland College, received his PhD in history at SMU. If you’ve ever whizzed around White Rock Skate, taken a dip in the K.C. Pool or dropped off a car for repairs at Northlake Automotive, you’ve been directly in the bull’s eye of Dallas history. Thanks to […]