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SMU celebrates 10 years of impact with the Bush Center

SMU NEWS – When the George W. Bush Presidential Center opened to the public on the SMU campus on May 1, 2013, it launched a strong but independent partnership with the University that continues to provide measurable benefits to the North Texas community. From bringing world leaders to Dallas, to boosting the regional economy through jobs and tourism, […]

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SMU Maguire Ethics Center awards Dedman College students with public service fellowships

Dedman College News – The SMU Maguire Ethics Center awards Public Service Fellowships to undergraduate and graduate students interested in volunteer work or research in ethics during the summer months. Recipients are required to complete 200 hours of public service during the summer term. For 25 years The Maguire Ethics Center has awarded summer fellowships […]

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New fellowship for early-career writers strengthens creative writing program

SMU Magazine – Students in poet Samyak Shertok’s creative writing class, The Art of Listening, started the semester standing outside, absorbing the sounds of the sky. “Poetry is finding music in the everyday sounds,” says Shertok, one of SMU’s first two recipients of the Hughes Fellowship in Creative Writing. The fellowship was created with resources […]

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SMU Research and Innovation Week to Highlight Student, Faculty Accomplishments

Dallas Innovates – Research and Innovation Week will be held March 20-25 on the SMU campus. With STEMuli Studios Founder and CEO Taylor Shead as keynote speaker, the week-long event will share the explorations of SMU students and faculty members as well as the contributions of other regional universities in a series of presentations, panels, […]

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History PhD candidate presents work for Beinecke Library Research Fellowship

Check out History PhD candidate Ashton Reynold’s work during his Beinecke Library Research Fellowship. Six visiting scholars, recipients of Beinecke Library Research Fellowships, recently gave riveting presentations about their research in the Beinecke Library’s Manuscripts and Archives Collection. The six scholars are among fifty fellows that the library has welcomed back this year after a […]

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History shows moving manufacturing to North America isn’t a cure-all

Clement Center fellow Sean Harvey writes op-ed in Washington Post. Washington Post – Consumers may soon see the label “Made in China” replaced by a tag that reads “Made in Mexico.” The New York Times has reported on an increase in companies relocating their manufacturing operations from major industrial centers in Asia to industrial parks in […]

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Surrounding others with support – a feature on Dedman College alumnus Stuyvie Coleman ’21

SMU News – Stuyvie Coleman ’21 seeks to bring hope and healing to students struggling with addiction and mental health. His personal quest is changing hearts and opening wallets – while saving lives. By outward appearances, Stuyvie Coleman seemed to be living a normal, cheerful life as a first-year student. He played lacrosse, cultivated friendships […]

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SMU Math Chair and PhD graduate win SIAM/ACM prize in computational science as part of SUNDIALS team

SMU News A multi-institutional team, including SMU’s Mathematics Chair Daniel Reynolds and SMU PhD graduate David Gardner, has been awarded the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering. The award is given by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) to recognize outstanding contributions to the development and use of […]

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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