Category Archives: SMU-in-Taos

Groundbreaking and Dedication at SMU-in-Taos

SMU-in-Taos celebrated new facilities and other improvements at the campus in Northern New Mexico in July. Ground was broken July 18 for the Carolyn and David Miller Campus Center. The Chapel at Fort Burgwin, named for the pre-Civil War fort

Creating a Taos campus center

A $2.5 million gift from trustee David B. Miller ’72, ’73 and Carolyn Miller will help fund a new $4 million campus center at SMU-in-Taos in New Mexico. The Center will feature a large, open gathering space for students and

Register for Taos Cultural Institute

Taos Cultural Institute

Taos Cultural Institute

Campaign Activity: 2009-10 Timeline

The second year of The Second Century Campaign’s public phase was filled with events and celebrations marking campaign progress in Dallas, around the United States and internationally. Here is a timeline featuring some of the year’s most significant developments.

SMU-In-Taos Student Casita Earns “Gold” for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

Casita Clements, a recently constructed student residence on the campus of SMU-in-Taos, is the first commercial or institutional building in the Taos area to achieve the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED certification for sustainable, environmentally responsible construction. The 3,457 square-foot

Campaign Q&A: Elisabeth Martin Armstrong ’82

Elisabeth Martin Armstrong and her husband, William D. Armstrong ’82, serve as chairs of the new Campaign Steering Committee for Denver. The Armstrongs also serve as chairs of the Parent Leadership Council (PLC), charged with expanding membership and increasing gifts

Taos Construction Enables First Fall Semester

SMU’s Taos campus has long been an important research hub and summer outpost for students and faculty. Now the opportunities for study are expanding. New and renovated housing and technology improvements have allowed SMU for the first time to offer

Gifts of More Than $4 Million to Support Facilities Improvements at SMU-In-Taos

DALLAS (SMU) — A $4 million gift to SMU from former Texas Governor William P. Clements, Jr. (SMU ’39) and his wife, Rita, will support improvements in facilities at SMU-in-Taos, the University’s campus in northern New Mexico. Other donors have