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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 […]

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SMU Senior Working With All Wheels Up Advocating For Wheelchair Space On Aircrafts.

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 […]

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SMU Student Researcher Earns Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

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 […]

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Cooking Up Something Good. SMU Features WLL Lecturer Liljana Elverskog and Religious Studies Chair Johan Elverskog

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 […]

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The World Languages and Literatures 5th Annual International Film Festival, VOYAGES, takes place in January and February

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). 

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Foreign politics aren’t stopping Chinese international students

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 […]

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Event: April 29, Critical Language Fellowship Info Session

Date: April 29 Location: Clements 234 Time: 3:00 PM Critical Language Scholarships provide full funding (including airfare, room and board) to spend 8-10 weeks abroad studying a critical language. No minimum GPA is required and students of all majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. Come to this info session to find out more about the […]

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Event: Feb. 19, When “Great” Works Aren’t Good

Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Location: Screening Room – Greer Garson 3531 (Owen Arts Center) Time: 5:30-6:15 pm A roundtable discussion on the ethics of collecting, preserving, and teaching works of art, literature, and cinema that are politically or culturally problematic. Link for more information: www.smu.edu/filmfest    

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How France’s Yellow Vest protests could influence the U.S.

Dallas Morning News Originally Posted: December 17, 2018 Dayna Oscherwitz is an associate professor of French and Francophone studies at Southern Methodist University. She wrote this column for The Dallas Morning News. There is something eerily familiar about the strikes and demonstrations paralyzing France over the past several weeks. Precipitated by rising income inequality and […]

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Tower Center Spotlight: Noelle Kendall ’19

SMU Tower Center Blog Originally Posted: November 9, 2018 Highland Capital Management Tower Scholar Noelle Kendall ’19 is majoring in biological sciences and earning minors in chemistry and french in addition to her Tower Scholars Program minor in public policy and international affairs. We asked her about her experience as a Highland Capital Management Tower […]