Black Lives Matter. DIG manufactures face shields for area medical professionals. She'll share a unique bond with other members of SMU's Class of Take care of yourself during these tough times 11 tips from SMU Counseling Services April 02, Given the spread of COVID and the disruption to our lives, grief, frustration and uncertainty all are normal reactions. Cybersecurity tips for working remotely. Meadows School students are using HIPAA-compliant Zoom accounts to tune in weekly with clients, aiding their physical and mental health via live music, talking, singing, playing instruments and movement. How do you filter out fake coronavirus news? More than 20 years of Arctic exploration yields rich rewards for paleontologist.
New partnership to provide tech training scholarships for underserved students. Law professor analyzes long history of false narratives by white supremacists Attacks on black freedom began shortly after 13th Amendment was ratified July 02, In this Washington Post analysis, law professor Jessica Dixon Weaver demonstrates that events like the Tulsa Race Massacre have long been a deadly part of American history. How do you filter out fake coronavirus news? Hubungi kami untuk penurunan konten disini. Learning to separate fact from fiction. Necessity is the mother of reinvention. She'll share a unique bond with other members of SMU's Class of The staff has been busy concocting fun crafts, learning experiences, virtual tours and more for all ages to enjoy at home. Creating the ultimate gaming challenge. Couple donates stimulus check.
Please watch this video message from President R. SMU creative writing professor shines spotlight on Black authors. Students reach out to Italians to learn about their lives during the pandemic. First, take a deep breath. Couple donates stimulus check. Take care of yourself during these tough times. Seven ways business owners can prepare for adversity. Cybersecurity tips for working remotely.
Student teams propose symptom-tracker apps, wellness recovery rooms, hands-free door-opening devices and an app for contact-free transactions. Meadows Museum offers crafts, coloring pages, tiny tours and more. Meadows School of Arts is the first step on his journey. SMU collaborators help community nonprofit pivot to e-commerce. Perkins professor finds meditation brings dignity and purpose to COVID world "Take a minute and sit still," says Perkins world religions professor Ruben Habito June 10, Christian centering prayer, mindfulness meditation and Zen meditation can help one live with inner peace, quiet joy and gratitude during challenging times. This week, I had the honor of participating in a series of Zoom discussions with the leaders of our Black student organizations, alumni board, staff and faculty. Got Kool-Aid, flour and water? Simmons professor changes course to offer summit to minority families When in-person seminars became impossible, Candice Bledsoe found a way to inspire students, families June 17, Three hundred students, parents and teachers tuned in to learn leadership strategies, problem solving and design from local scholars and leaders. Cybercriminals are targeting people working remotely; these steps can help your personal and work information stay secure.
Ayo Play Video!!! Author leads movement to fill bestseller lists with titles by Black authors. Now the tradition has moved online, but the sense of community is still strong. Creating the ultimate gaming challenge. This SMU education prof takes at-home math to new heights. As conspiracy theories abound, watch for bias and double-check information. New Orleans Saints punter talks about tackling adversity. Take care of yourself during these tough times.
Rethinking the retail environment. SMU paleontologist's Alaskan discovery yields new insight on dinosaur migration More than 20 years of Arctic exploration yields rich rewards for paleontologist July 22, SMU paleontologist Anthony Fiorillo's research in Alaska was grounded by COVID this year; he was planning to study dinosaur tracks in Aniakchak National Monument, the most remote national park in the country. In this Washington Post analysis, law professor Jessica Dixon Weaver demonstrates that events like the Tulsa Race Massacre have long been a deadly part of American history. Ray W. Kitten cuteness and other diversions to chase your cares away. See guidelines for a safe visit. Forbes features wise words from SMU grad. Family life changed dramatically when Caitlin Williamson's grandmother was diagnosed with coronavirus. Black executives leading change. The disruption of daily routines is tough on families, especially children.
See guidelines for a safe visit. At just 26, dancer Silas Farley is transitioning from performance to leadership. The museum is now open with normal hours but reduced capacity. A new funding lifeline for a free clinic fighting the pandemic. Alum's film debuts on Amazon Prime. Got Kool-Aid, flour and water? From studying on the Dallas Hall lawn to celebrating on the Boulevard, our May grads look back on favorite moments from the past four years. More than 20 years of Arctic exploration yields rich rewards for paleontologist.