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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 Students Earn Prestigious Fulbright, Boren Awards

SMU News: Eight SMU students have accepted Fulbright and Boren awards for international study, research and teaching in Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea. Five will be headed across the world as Fulbright finalists to conduct research and teach abroad for the 2022-2023 academic year, while three will travel as Boren fellows […]

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Congratulations to Melissa Sitton!

Melissa is a doctoral student in the SMU Clinical Psychology program. Her research poster won an SMU Research Day award and an APS conference award which led to an invitation from the Association for Psychological Science to be highlighted in the Observer feature, Up-and-Coming Voices. https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/clinical-talks#adolescents

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What first-generation North Texas students face: Grads share their stories

Dallas Morning News Abena Marfo’s mother was always adamant about education. After moving to Texas from Ghana, her mom wasn’t able to pursue her own college degree as she juggled work in preschools with raising two girls by herself. She encouraged her daughters to earn theirs. In May, Marfo graduated from Southern Methodist University with […]

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Congratulations to SMU alumnus Aaron Sánchez

Congratulations to SMU Ph.D. alumnus Aaron Sánchez! He will join the Texas Tech University History Department as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2022.

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Born of Lakes and Plains, an interview with Clements fellow Anne F. Hyde

Clements Center director Andrew Graybill interviews Anne Hyde, former Clements fellow and author of Born of Lakes and Plains on New Books Network podcast. Listen: https://newbooksnetwork.com/born-of-lakes-and-plains

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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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Congratulations to Joel Zapata

Dedman News Joel Zapata (Ph.D. in history, 2019), SMU alumnus and assistant professor at Oregon State University, has been named Cairns K. Smith Faculty Scholar at OSU for his research in public history.

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Congratulations to Ruben Arellano

Ruben A. Arellano (Ph.D. history 2017), SMU alumnus and Dallas College-Mountain View professor, recently published the following– “El Es Dios! A Historical Interpretation of Danza Azteca as a Revitalization Movement’ Journal of Festive Studies, Vol. 3, 2021, 121—14 https://doi.org/10.33823/jfs.2021.3.1.61

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Congrats to alumnus Aaron Sánchez

SMU’s Clements Department of History heartily congratulates, alumnus Aaron Sánchez (Ph.D. 2013), on securing a position as assistant professor of history (advanced tenure-track) at Texas Tech University, a Carnegie Research 1 institution, beginning in fall 2022.