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Dedman College Community Mixer: Friday, November 5th

Dedman College Community Mixer Date: Nov. 5, 2021 Time: 3-5 p.m. Location: Dallas Hall Rotunda and Dallas Hall Front Steps All Dedman College faculty, staff and students welcome. RSVP date extended : smu.edu/CommunityMixer.

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Cancelled. Research Cluster Event: Branding Management Using Sentiment Analysis

DCII Events Cancelled for Remainder of Spring Semester Due to COVID-19   Event Location: Heroy 153 Time:2 – 4 p.m. Date: April 24 Dr. Tim McDonough (Cox) will give an overview of how sentiment analysis has become integral to brand management. Alex Cerda (Marketing & Comm.) will provide examples of how sentiment analysis is used in […]

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Welcome Back!

Happy first day of classes! It is going to be a great year!

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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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For me, immigration to the U.S. meant “winning the lottery”

Trib Talk Originally Posted: December 13, 2018 In 1996 my parents won the lottery. The prize? Four one-way tickets from my poor, transitional post-communist home country of Albania, to Dallas, with little money and a chance to work hard — actually all the time — to chase down a nugget of the American Dream for […]

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Congratulations to the 2018 M Award Recipients

SMU Originally Posted: June 25, 2018 About the Award The “M” Award is the most highly prized recognition bestowed upon students, faculty, staff and administrators on the SMU Campus. The recipients’ efforts have been continuous during their years at the University and are not limited to a narrow vested interest. The “M” Award honorees are […]

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My Roots: Luisa del Rosal

D Magazine Originally Posted: June 2018 The executive director of Mission Foods Texas-Mexico Center on her youth in Chihuahua, Mexico. BY LUISA DEL ROSAL AS TOLD TO DANIELLE ABRIL PUBLISHED IN D CEO JUNE 2018  PHOTOS COURTESY OF LUISA DEL ROSAL “I grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico. The reason I’m so attracted to Texas is because Chihuahua has […]

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Mexico holds presidential elections this year, and voters in Dallas could hold the key

Dallas Morning News Originally Posted: January 7, 2018 Luisa del Rosal is executive director of the Tower Center at SMU and founding executive director of the Mission Foods Texas-Mexico Center on its campus. Mexico’s presidential election this year is expected to be violent, dirty and fiercely combative, with high stakes on both sides of the […]

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Human rights grad’s ‘dream job’ to help program fulfill its dreams

Overheard @SMU Originally posted: February 16, 2017 “The Embrey Human Rights High School Chapters project is in its infancy, but we’re cultivating it based on the energy we get from DFW youth, who really want meaningful human rights education.” Lisa Walters-Vargas –  Lisa Walters-Vargas, new community outreach coordinator for the Embrey Human Rights Program. After earning B.S. degrees in […]

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Dr. Jie Sun, Dedman College staff, publishes his dissertation work in the Journal of College Student Development

Congratulations to Dedman College’s own Academic Research Analyst, Dr. Jie Sun. Dr. Sun recently published one part of his dissertation work into an article titled, Homesickness at college: it’s impact on academic performance and retention. Read the abstract below and follow the link for the full paper. Abstract: For this study we identified factors exerting significant influence on homesickness and explored the impact of the […]