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Two Dedman College students win Critical Language Scholarship

Two Dedman College undergraduate students were awarded the U.S. Department of State’s prestigious Critical Language Scholarship (CLS). The CLS covers all expenses for an eight-to-ten-week immersive summer abroad experience for undergraduate students to learn one of 14 languages important for American national security and economic prosperity. Rodney Johnson graduated in Fall 2022 with a Bachelor […]

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SMU Adventures: Working with the FARDC

SMU Adventures Originally Posted: July 26, 2016 Lindsay G. is a rising senior majoring in international studies and human rights. This summer she traveled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo with Army ROTC for closer study of the country’s culture and language. This week began with quarantine in our hotel due to political unrest […]

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Dedman College student honored for raising over $104,000 for SMU’s Relay For Life.

USA TODAY Originally Posted: April 19, 2015 By: Lauren M. Castle After another successful year, SMU tops Relay for Life fundraising The American Cancer Society estimates that the event raised $176,400 in total. Dr. Gordy Klatt created Relay For Life in 1985 in Tacoma, Washington. He wanted to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s […]

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Dedman College student Katie Schaible recognized for fundraising success for the American Cancer Society via Relay for Life

SMU Daily Campus   SMU student Katie Schaible was recognized Tuesday by the American Cancer Society for raising more money for the organization than any high school or college student with a final count of more than $32,000.   During last year’s Relay for Life (RFL), Schaible was one student whose efforts helped the event […]