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Event Date: 02/07/2023 Time: 3-5 pm Location: Hawn Conference Room, Hamon Arts Library In collaboration with SMU’s 8th Annual International Film Festival, we invite all members of the SMU community (students, faculty and staff) to join us at 3 pm for a roundtable on “Women in Film” with documentary filmmaker Summer Minerva, Prof. Britta Hanson […]
Event Date: 02/09/2023 Time: 5 pm Location: Meadows Museum The Meadows Museum is pleased to screen “The Olive Tree” as part of the World Languages and Literatures Eighth Annual International Film Festival, “Women in Film: Behind and in front of the camera” (www.smu.edu/filmfest). This film tells the story of Alma, a twenty-year-old girl who adores […]
Dedman College News Congratulations to the following Dedman College faculty: Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor Award Hervé Tchumkam, Associate Professor of French, Department of World Languages and Literatures President’s Associate Award Alex Lippert, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry Golden Mustang Award Gianna Englert, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
Collaborative outreach and interdisciplinary research Research on earthquakes in Haiti. Drs. Hornbach, Magnani and Hayward (Earth Sciences) have deployed off-shore of Haiti to collect high-resolution seismic reflection data on the fault linked to the recent Haiti earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The work is joint with colleagues at Scripps and other institutions and is funded […]
Maguire Ethics Center Originally Posted: July 30, 2021 While catching a flight remains a simple part of life for most people, those flying as a wheelchair user may find flying a daunting proposition. While airlines are required to assist in making it possible to fly, it’s often not a pleasant process. Slings, hoists, and slide […]
SMU News Originally Posted: May 4, 2021 DALLAS (SMU) – Carefully nurturing the cancer cells she uses in SMU biology professor Pia Vogel’s research lab is routine for SMU junior Gabrielle Gard, who has been working in sophisticated research labs since she was a junior in high school. Her dogged pursuit of hands-on research is […]
SMU News *This story depicts the day-to-day in SMU’s Residential Commons before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now our Faculty in Residence and students are keeping Sunday Night Snacks and other traditions going via Zoom meetups and social postings. CRACK. Splash. Oops. SMU first-year student Sarah Tersigni spoons a tiny piece of eggshell from the four eggs […]
Screenings are free and open to the public. The list of tentative dates and films are listed here. Unless otherwise noted, all films will be screened at 7 pm in Dallas Hall 306 (McCord Auditorium).
Daily Campus Originally Posted: September 25, 2019 He says the American Dream is broken. “I used to want to be a doctor in the medicine field,” Zitong Huang says. “Because of President Trump, my green card got delayed.” Huang is an SMU international student from Beijing, China who is majoring in Chemistry with minors in Business and […]