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This is my last post as an employee of St. Edward's. Of all of the places that I have worked, BSS has been my favorite. I came to St. Ed’s in July 2008 after working at the Univ. of Texas. I was allowed to work part-time while performing my non-profit tasks. The Dean's Suite team members have changed over the years and we’ve all worked well together. Whomever they hire to replace me will be great, they maybe not as good looking as I am or have my evil laugh, but I know you will welcome that person with open arms. I will cherish my time with you. My days ahead will be spent with my husband, grandchild, and dog while I follow my artistic path.
Brian Smith, Associate Dean of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science, spoke with Fox 7 about new laws taking effect in 2022.
What new Texas laws go in effect in 2022? While September ushered in some major legislation related to issues like abortion and guns, January’s set of laws will influence smaller demographics.
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Beta Phi Zeta induction ceremony with Dr. Lisa Holleran was held earlier this month. Congratulations to the new inductees!
Happy Monday, MSBers! We're in the home stretch! We're very grateful for the hard work you all have been putting into this semester. We hope you enjoy your break and if you're traveling, be safe. Happy Thanksgiving!
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MSB EVENTS RESCHEDULED: iChallenge on The Hilltop: Ideas for Innovation, Pitch Competition
Rescheduled to January 2022
Thank you for your continued enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit! The event in Carter Auditorium will be rescheduled to January 2022. We’re sorry if this inconveniences you in any way, but we’re excited to kick off the Spring Semester with you! If there is any more information we can give you, please let me know. For now, enjoy the rest of the semester and keep your ideas flowing! Stay tuned for more information next semester!
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Dr. Concilio’s class was able to enjoy the beautiful weather today in the Doyle Courtyard. (Dr. Concilio is wearing the black scarf)
Alexis Reed (Sociology, '23) gave a keynote address at the recent "Power to the Power: Own Your Activism" event on campus. Alexis spoke about her own activism as a high school senior, when as the captain of her cheer team, she protested during the national anthem at every football game that year. Alexis was inspired by Colin Kapernick's protests against racial inequality and the oppression of people of color. Her experience with activism caught the attention of author and sports history journalist Dave Zirin, who interviewed Alexis and included her story in his latest book, The Kaepernick Effect. We are absolutely thrilled to have Alexis in our campus community. She is a wonderful example of a student who truly reflects the social justice mission of SEU. Please check out her interview on pages 55-61 of the book and her keynote address in the zoom link below (starts at 54:54)
“McConaughey isn’t running, but it’d have been a lot cooler if he did,” said Assoc. Dean of BSS and Political Science Prof. Brian Smith, quoting McConaughey’s character in the film "Dazed and Confused."
“It would have made the race very interesting. The good thing about elections is that there’s always another opportunity. For McConaughey, he would do better running in an open-seat election than against a well-known Democrat and an incumbent Republican,” Smith said.
Read the full story: https://www.statesman.com/story/news/politics/state/2021/11/30/matthew-mcconaughey-texas-tx-governor-greg-abbott-beto-orourke/8797926002/
In the News: Brian Smith
Brian Smith, Associate Dean of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science, spoke with the Houston Chronicle about "one of the most intriguing political races of 2022: Attorney General Ken Paxton." This week, "lawmaker Matt Krause dropped out of the race and one of the most controversial members of Congress, Louie Gohmert, has joined the fray."
Gohmert's entry scrambles crowded race for Texas attorney general Gohmert, a nine-term Republican congressman from Tyler and member of the conservative...
Kal-El Gentles, our wonderful high school intern from #sanjuandiegocatholichighschool, set up our deans suite tree for us. Nice job!
Tis’ the Season. BSS wishes everyone a smooth end of the Fall ‘21 semester!
Thank you to all of the generous faculty and staff of BSS we will be delivering Thanksgiving dinner to TWO families tomorrow. #seucampusministry
The Civics Lab at St. Ed's is challenging all St. Ed's students and staff to take an alternative form of transportation than a car, at least one day this week. Our Dean, Catherine Campbell, took the #TransitChallenge
The King of ALL Media strikes again!
6 Faculty Experts in the News | St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas Professors at St. Edward’s are standouts in their field.
This is First Generation Scholars Week, stop by the Resource Fair today 11:30-2pm to learn about our programs and minors.
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, W. Carsten Andresen, breaks down the difference between a traditional self defense case and “gay panic” cases for Sundance TV.
The Difference Between Self Defense & Gay Panic: Sneak Peek Ep. 104 | Indefensible Associate professor of criminal justice, W. Carsten Andresen, breaks down the difference between a traditional self defense case and “gay panic” cases.Catch ...
We think pink brings out the sparkle in St. Edwards eyes.
Halloween brings out the joy 🤩 n all of us.
Congratulations to the newly licensed attorney Friday Nicholas Guillory.
One of our former students who was a basketball player on the Hilltop, recently graduated from law school, and passed the Texas bar exam, has asked Ryan Turner (alumnus and SEU adjunct) to swear him in as a newly licensed attorney Friday, October 22 at 3 PM in front of main building. The former student’s name is Nicholas Guillory.
St. Edward gets around town for causes he believes in. Apparently he was at the Woman’s March earlier this month. Prepared for CoVID protocol of course!
Brian Smith, Associate Dean of the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science, spoke with Fox7 News about the first draft of the new redistricting map that will give Texas two additional congressional seats.
It is now up to Texas lawmakers to approve a new redistricting map to fit those two new seats. "What happens then is every state decides how is it that you're going to divide those seats up and because we have a lot of representation because we're a large state, it goes to this legislature, and it's done largely along party lines," said Smith.
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Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza was a guest speaker Adjunct Professor Craig Moore's Criminal Law I class.
We have learned of the death of retired professor Dr. David Horton. David started at SEU in 1984 as a faculty member in criminal justice. In 1985, he was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award. He wrote numerous books and articles with both students and fellow faculty on the Texas criminal justice system. He retired in 2013, after almost 30 years of employment. His contemporaries say he was adored by his students as an old-fashioned professor who insisted on having a classroom with a chalkboard. He also enjoyed reading books in Latin! In retirement, he became a docent of the historic Old Jail Museum in Gonzales, Texas. An SEU alumnus wrote, "He was my teacher, my mentor, my business partner, and my friend. He was also one of the best to ever teach on our Hilltop."
According to David's wishes, no services will be held.* The family has generously asked that in lieu of flowers, gifts be made to the Randall Vetter '94 Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Giving link forthcoming. Please contact Natalie Hester in the Office of University Advancement if you have any questions.
*the family withheld the cause of death; they will not be publishing an obituary
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