Category Archives: Cox School of Business

World Changing: New endowments add to SMU faculty strength

As SMU continues its commemoration of the Year of the Faculty, three new gifts for endowed faculty positions have brought the total number of such positions at SMU to 102 en route to achieving a goal of 110. A gift

The Impact of Giving

Recent gifts to The Second Century Campaign have provided support for all three of The Second Century Campaign’s priorities, helping enhance faculty and academic excellence, student quality and the campus experience. Gift for new dining commons Anita and Truman Arnold

New Center Provides Experiences in Investment and Trading: Center features interactive investment technology

The new Kitt Investing and Trading Center in the Cox School of Business, dedicated September 28, is designed to prepare students for the financial arena by integrating the finance curriculum with practical investment and trading applications. The center was established

Perot Gift Establishes First Centennial Endowment

A gift from SMU Trustee Sarah Fullinwider Perot ’83 and former Trustee Ross Perot, Jr., in conjunction with a gift from Jerome M. “Jerry” Fullinwider ’51 and Leah Fullinwider, has established the first endowed centennial chair commemorating the anniversary of

Endowing Faculty Excellence: Fabacher Professor of Alternative Asset Management

The best professors change the lives of their students, exposing them to new perspectives, ideas and possibilities. A desire to recognize such a professor was part of the reason SMU parents Mary Helen and Mike A. Fabacher chose to present

$1 Million Gift to SMU from John And Debbie Tolleson to Support Scholarships in Cox School Of Business

DALLAS (SMU) — A $1 million gift from John C. and Debbie Tolleson of Dallas will provide additional support for the Edwin L. Cox BBA Scholars Program in SMU’s Cox School of Business. The merit-based undergraduate scholarship program was named

$5 Million Gift to SMU from Edwin L. Cox to Fund Scholarships in Cox School of Business

DALLAS (SMU) — A $5 million gift from Dallas business leader Edwin L. Cox will support merit-based undergraduate scholarships in the school that bears his name — the Edwin L. Cox School of Business at SMU. The gift will serve