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Want to work for the State Department? Here’s how.

Tower Center Originally Posted: November 25, 2019 Diplomat-in-Residence, Kathryn Crockart, came to SMU to present information on how to apply for a career at the U.S. Department of State. The Department of State is the diplomatic wing of the federal government, handling foreign affairs and the promotion of American foreign policy throughout the world. As the […]

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Brexit Symposium

SMU News Originally Posted: July 10, 2019 SMU will be a participant in a symposium held in Oxford, England on July 10 to discuss the ramifications of Brexit and how the negotiations have turned out for the U.K. since the referendum. READ MORE

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SMU Tower Center is in Paris talking Global Migration Trends

Event Date: June 24, 2019 Location: Collège de France.11 Place Marcelin Berthelot, 75231 Paris, France For More information: Bora Laci, 214-768-4716 or tower@smu.edu Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization and Crisis (Paris, France) – SMU scholars will join other academics from various institutions in Paris, France to discuss “Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization […]

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Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization and Crisis

SMU NEWS Originally Posted: May 20, 2019 SMU scholars will join other academics from various institutions in Paris, France June 23-25, to discuss “Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization and Crisis,” and the effects said policy has on nations around the globe. The event will be a multi-day affair (June 23 – June 25) held […]

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Call me by my name: And no, I’m not NAFTA

Dallas Business Journal Originally Posted: April 4, 2019 Luisa del Rosal, executive director of the SMUMission Food Texas-Mexico Center, is quoted in this Dallas Business Journal article. Call it USMCA, NAFTA Redux, NAFTA 2.0, or “The Trade Agreement formerly known as NAFTA.” You can even call it by its name: The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. But […]

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For Mexico, ‘Roma’ is a dark reminder that racial, class issues remain

Dallas Morning News Originally Posted: Feb. 22, 2019 Mary Morales, wearing her domestic garb, left the fruit market here, wobbling as she carried plastic bags filled with mangos, papayas and a head full of questions. She had watched the movie Roma and it hit too close to home. “Not much has changed, has it?” said […]

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Apply for the Tower Scholars Program

Tower Center Originally Posted: Jan. 25, 2019  

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A Framework for the Future: The Tower Scholars Program

Dedman College News Originally Posted: Jan. 1, 2019 Fourth year Economics major Zach Miller describes how the Tower Scholars Program has shaped his understanding of the world. A few years ago I walked into a store to buy a frame. As a chronic procrastinator (and a good one at that), I had planned to buy one for […]

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Making a Difference in the Lives of Teens Experiencing Homelessness

Dedman College News Originally Posted: Jan. 1, 2019 Jorge Baldor, ’93, has a long history of working to improve the lives of others through his support of programs like the Innocence Project, After8toEducate, and through the co-founding of Latino Center for Leadership Development. His latest effort, the Fannie C. Harris Youth Center, is the result of a […]