SMU News A multi-institutional team, including SMU’s Mathematics Chair Daniel Reynolds and SMU PhD graduate David Gardner, has been awarded the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering. The award is given by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) to recognize outstanding contributions to the development and use of […]
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 […]
Congratulations to History PhD Candidate Ashton Reynolds for winning a $1,500 research award from the State Historical Society of Iowa. This will result in publication in their journal, “The Annals of Iowa,” of a piece that will look at Iowa as the nexus of intra-Mormon competition and cooperation.
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.
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Christopher Walton for receiving a Military Historical Society of Massachusetts Fellowship from the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Congratulations to recent History PhD graduate Patrick Troester for securing a 1-year renewable full-time lecturer position at Clemson University!
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.
Diversity in Action Magazine Originally Posted: May/June 2021 issue
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Texas Monthly Originally Posted: March 2019 Roberto José Andrade Franco, a History PhD candidate at SMU When I think of la frontera—the El Paso–Juárez borderlands—the first thing that comes to mind is the oppressive heat and dust, and our attempts to defy them. When I was growing up, those suffocating summers during which months pass without […]