Caruth Foundation awards $2.5 million to Retina Foundation and SMU’s Lyle Engineering School


The Retina Foundation of the Southwest and SMU’s Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering are pleased to announce a collaboration to create the Clinical Center of Innovation for Age-Related Macular Degeneration. This new collaborative venture will help to rapidly prototype

‘George W. Cook Texas/Dallas Images’ opens at DeGolyer

The George W. Cook Dallas/Texas Image Collection is an important addition to the DeGolyer Library and is a wonderful resource for research in Dallas and Texas history. A native Dallasite, George W. Cook (1949-2012) was a life-long collector, with a

Update for SMU Data Center and Associated Generators

SMU’s 25,000-square-foot Data Center will allow researchers, faculty, and students to utilize the high performance computing equipment to support experiments and research which span many disciplines including, biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, finance, economics, mathematics, and the arts. The general purpose

Meadows Museum celebrating 50th anniversary in 2015

SMU’s Meadows Museum is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2015 with a series of special Golden Anniversary exhibitions and programs. The centerpiece of the celebration will be a series of public and private events April 16-18, 2015, during SMU’s annual

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SMU Meadows offers Community Series

January 15, 2015

SMU Meadows School of the Arts is offering six community concerts and events this spring as part of its “Meadows Community Series.” The opening performance will be Friday, Jan. 30, at Dallas City Performance Hall and will feature the Meadows Wind Ensemble.


SMU Women’s Tennis to host Campus Kids’ Day on Jan. 30

January 15, 2015

The SMU Women’s Tennis team will host a free Campus Kids’ Day Clinic on Jan. 30 following its match against Sam Houston State at the new SMU Tennis Complex. The clinic will be open to kids of all ages. Games and prizes


The Presidency and the Press in the Digital Age

January 14, 2015

Scholars and commentators will examine the evolving nature of the presidency and the press in the digital age in a symposium at SMU on Feb. 17. Since the late 1990s the fundamental relationship between the presidency and the press has undergone

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Women’s Symposium celebrates 50th anniversary

January 12, 2015

The Women’s Symposium will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Wednesday March 4, 2015, in SMU’s Hughes-Trigg Student Center. The Symposium is the longest continuously running program of its nature in the country and one of SMU’s oldest and most distinguished traditions. The


SMU Simmons Luminary Awards honor advocates for education

January 7, 2015

Three education advocates for students from pre-K through college were honored with the Luminary Award Thursday, Jan. 22, by SMU’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development.  Michael Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College; The Luke Waites Center

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