Blog Archives

Mapping The Genetics Of Autism

When Ed Cook’s brother, Wade, died in 1989 of natural causes, there was no diagnosis for the developmental and emotional problems that had always plagued him. Cook ’77, the Earl M. Bane Professor of Psychiatry and director of the Center for

SMU to build new Residential Commons

Two alumni who lived on campus as SMU students are now making it possible for greater numbers of future students to enjoy the residential experience with new enhancements. Elisabeth Martin Armstrong ’82 and William D. Armstrong ’82 (right), of Denver, have

Sustainable village comes to life through engineering

During Engineering & Humanity Week in April, Lyle School of Engineering students built and lived in shelters designed to house the poor or those displaced by war and natural disasters. “People at a school like SMU have no concept of what

A few good Rotundas

The SMU Archives is looking for “a few good Rotundas.” To prepare for the SMU centennial, the archives department will need to deconstruct one copy from each class year.  “It breaks our heart to do this,” says University Archivist Joan

Your friends. Your reunion. Your way.

Remember ordering pizza with your freshmen floor roommates or planning events with your fellow student organization members? Whatever favorite memories you may have of the Hilltop, there were groups of people who helped make those experiences special. Gather them up

Moody Coliseum renovation gains momentum

Two lead gifts – a $20 million gift from the Moody Foundation and a $10 million commitment from SMU trustee David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and his wife Carolyn Lacy Miller – will help provide an extensive expansion and renovation

SMU unveils new plan for ‘Unbridled Learning’

Get ready for Founders’ Day

SMU research gets national recognition

Times field reports in real time