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The Election of 2004 is the first venture to go live in the SMU Center for Presidential History’s Collective Memory Project, an ongoing non-partisan oral history collaboration dedicated to enhancing the archival record of various presidential administrations. Read more.
Keeping It Quiet
Research co-authored by SMU's Santanu Roy yields new explanations for why firms do not disclose product quality – and explains how prices can distort buying decisions.
Women's Symposium at 50
Set for March 4, 2015, the Women's Symposium is the longest continuously running program of its nature in the country. One of SMU's oldest traditions, it is celebrating its 50th year.
Indexing the Arts
SMU's National Center for Arts Research creates an index to measure and rank the arts vibrancy of more than 900 communities across the U.S.
Meadows Museum at 50
SMU’s Meadows Museum is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2015 with a series of special Golden Anniversary exhibitions and programs.
Law Prof. Jessica Dixon Weaver is providing media with insight into the same-sex marriage issue in Texas.
Controversy surrounding immigration is almost as old as the country itself. SMU experts can provide fresh insights into the current debate.
First empirical study of its kind identifies fraud on seemingly legitimate web sites purposely designed to steal customers’ funds.
Naming Your Baby
If for some strange reason your child does not like the perfect name you’ve bestowed upon him, don’t require him to use it anyway, recommends Sarah Feuerbacher, director of SMU's Center for Family Counseling.
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SMU has an uplink facility located on campus for live TV, radio, or online interviews. Read more.