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Event: October 8, Documentary Screening and Open Discussion of Asian Americans

AAPI Originally Posted: Sept. 30, 2021 RSVP by Oct. 6: https://smu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5pATvljfFF8GQLk

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Boulevard with Dedman College for SMU Homecoming

Join Dedman College on the Boulevard! Saturday, October 2, 2021 Connect with Dedman College alumni, students, faculty, family and friends for tailgating on the Boulevard for Homecoming Weekend. Tent opens two hours before kickoff (time to be announced) The Dedman College tent location is behind the Dedman College sign on the main quad. We are […]

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Department of Economics PH.D info session for undergraduate students

SMU Department of Economics Event: September 27 Time: 7:30-9PM Location: Zoom Dr. James Lake, the Director of Doctoral Programs & Professor of Economics at SMU will be hosting an Economics Ph.D. Info session virtually on Monday, September 27 from 7:30-9PM. Please see the flyer below for more information. All majors are welcome to attend.

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Event: Oct. 7, Clements Scientific Computing Seminar

Time: 3:45pm, Thursday, October 7, 2021 Location: Zoom link: https://smu.zoom.us/j/5120043096?pwd=TmR4NE8yUzdLbmtyYzlUellGSjJ4dz09 Passcode: caimeeting, zoom meeting id 512 004 3096 Title: Revisiting the Classical Least-Squares Formulation for Computational Learning and Inversion Speaker: Kui Ren, Department of Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics, Columbia University Abstract: The classical least-squares formulation has provided a successful framework for the computational solutions […]

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SMU students take first prize in International Statistical Institute competition

SMU News Originally Posted: July 24, 2021 From May 2020 through July 2021, the International Statistical Institute (ISI) launched the International Year of Women in Statistics and Data Science to commemorate the 200thanniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. As part of this year’s celebration, the ISI created its Florence Nightingale Prize for Data Visualization to honor […]

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SMU Giving Day is April 13

SMU Giving Day is April 13. There are over 20 different ways that you can support Dedman College. Check them out by visiting https://givingday.smu.edu/pages/dedman-college or clicking through the features list below. ALBERT SCHWEITZER FELLOWSHIP DEAN’S RESEARCH COUNCIL AT DEDMAN COLLEGE DATAFEST HACKATHON DEDMAN COLLEGE RESEARCH AND ADVANCED STUDIES FUND JEWISH STUDIES DEDMAN COLLEGE CANCER RESEARCH […]

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April 22, Retention of Underrepresented Faculty: Strategic Approaches & Initiatives

Date: April 22, 2021 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Zoom.  Registration required at SMU.EDU/DedmanDiversityEvent Zoom link will appear in the registration confirmation. For questions please contact Jill Kelly. Event details:Beronda L. Montgomery, PhD is MSU Foundation Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University. She is also a member of the Department […]

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Save the Date: SMU Giving Day is April 13

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A Neglected Problem: Understanding the Effects of Personal and Vicarious Trauma on African Americans’ Attitudes Toward the Police.

Event Date: March 12 Zoom (email for link) 2:00 p.m. CST Department of Psychology Research Colloquium. We welcome Dr. Ajima Olaghere, assistant professor of criminal justice at Temple University, for an invited talk entitled, “A Neglected Problem: Understanding the Effects of Personal and Vicarious Trauma on African Americans’ Attitudes Toward the Police.” African Americans’ perceptions of the […]

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Science in the City at SMU this Saturday

Date: Saturday, November 14 Time: 1 p.m. RSVP here It’s virtual and free – learn about our dark universe  Science in the City is a family-friendly public event series that connects the Dallas-Fort Worth community with local researchers working at the frontiers of their fields. SMU partners with the Dallas Morning News and other research […]