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History Ph.D. Wins Maguire Public Service Fellowship

Congratulations to History Ph.D. student Laura Narvaez for being awarded a 2022 Maguire Public Service Fellowship by the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility.

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Event: May 4, Math-RTG Day sponsored by the Department of Mathematics

Date: May 4, 2022 Time: 9:30am-4pm Location: Clements Hall 126 The Math Department will have its first in person Math-RTG day on Wednesday, May 4. The event will showcase work from RTG Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows, supported by the NSF Research Training Grant entitled: “Modeling and computations for complex systems at SMU.”  Join us in Clements […]

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History Ph.D. candidate wins first place

Congratulations to History Ph.D. candidate Christopher Walton for winning the First Place Graduate Paper Prize at the West-Central Texas Regional 2022 PAT Conference. His paper is titled, “Recommendations and Repercussions: The Bounds of Religious Authority in a Massachusetts Regional Association of Ministers during the Revolutionary Era.”

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Congrats to Patrick Troester

Congratulations to recent History PhD graduate Patrick Troester for securing a 1-year renewable full-time lecturer position at Clemson University!

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Giving Day is March 22

March 22 is SMU Giving Day. For one day, if many Mustangs come from many different places to do many good things, together, we can shape a brighter future. https://bit.ly/gddedman Dedman College Opportunities Goal Description Department of Biological Sciences $5,000   The Department of Biological Sciences and its faculty provide insight into how life and […]

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Joel Zapta receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship

Joel Zapata has received a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship in Latino Studies for 2022-2023 as a resident scholar at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There he will continue his study tentatively titled, “The Erased Homeland: Mexicans’ Long Past, the Southern Great Plains, and America’s Future.” Congratulations!

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16 SMU Students Named Fulbright Semi-Finalists

SMU News Sixteen SMU students representing disciplines and majors from across campus have been named semi-finalists for the Fulbright Scholarship. These applications will be advancing to the final round of selection for the Fulbright Student Program for the 2022-2023 academic year. The FulbrightU.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities to students and young […]

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Congrats to PhD candidates, Ashton Reynolds and Christopher Walton

Congratulations to Christopher Walton, History PhD candidate, as he was awarded a $500 IHS Hayek Fund for Scholars Grant from the Institute for Humane Studies! PhD candidate Ashton Reynolds has been awarded a 2022-2023 Beineke Library Research Fellowship from Yale to work with their James J Strang Papers and Collection

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Department of History alumnus wins NACCS book award

Congratulations to History Ph.D. alumnus Aaron Sanchez! His book Homeland: Ethnic Mexican Belonging since 1900 was awarded the 2022 NACCS (National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies) Tejas Foco Non-fiction Book Award for best book in Tejana/o studies in the nation.  

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Event: Feb. 9, Dr. Bennetta Jules-Rosette Presents “Joséphine Baker: From the Music Hall to the Mausoleum”

Event Date: 02/09/2022 Time: 7:30PM Location: The Chamber in Hughes-Trigg The Women’s and Gender Studies Program, the Women and LGBT Center, and the World Language and Literatures Program are hosting Dr. Bennetta Jules-Rosette in a discussion of Joséphine Baker’s life. Jermisha Frazier with SMU’s Women and LGBT Center will be moderating the event, and attendees are welcome to […]