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SMU student launches ESL class for custodial workers

SMU’s Jaime Sisson has launched ESL class for custodial workers. Sisson teaches the class through the Engaged Learning and Caswell Leadership programs, two SMU programs that fund independent student projects. She said she had to alter her initial teaching plans

Bush Institute and SMU bridge research gap to take on thorny economic issues

A novel fellowship program named for SMU Cox Dean Al Niemi will allow undergraduate and graduate students to do research in partnership with the George W. Bush Institute. First on the program’s list is helping the Institute tackle issues being

SMU’s Canstruction raises 7,464 pounds of food for the hungry

Canstruction, sponsored by the Student Foundation, raised a total of 7,464 pounds of food that will provide meals for 6,220 hungry children, families and seniors. All participating organizations collected canned, non-perishable goods and had two hours to build them into

SMU Cox introduces the one-year Fast Track MBA

In response to market demand, SMU Cox School of Business is launching a new graduate degree option, the SMU Cox Fast Track MBA. The first application deadline for the May 2015 program launch is January 12, 2015. The new, streamlined

Go see ‘The Trains at NorthPark’ through Jan. 4

SMU is participating in The Trains at NorthPark, on display on the shopping center’s Level One between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom through Jan. 4, 2015. The display is the most elaborate toy holiday train exhibit in Texas, with scale-model locomotives

Exploring neutrinos with SMU Physicist Thomas E. Coan

SMU Physicist Thomas E. Coan talks about neutrinos with Fox 4 News. Neutrinos are one of the smallest particles in existence – more than 100,000 billion of them pass through us each second. During the interview, Coan described his current

SMU Meadows presents ‘Look Homeward, Angel’

The Meadows Theatre Division presents this classic play based on the Thomas Wolfe novel of the same title through Dec. 7.  The coming-of-age story is set in Altamont, North Carolina, where Eugene Gant’s mother runs the Dixieland boarding house.

Update: 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

Delta Gamma sorority and Meadows Museum launch partnership for sight-impaired visitors

The Delta Gamma Foundation of Dallas and the Meadows Museum at SMU have partnered to implement the Delta Gamma Student Docent Program. Members of the Alpha Upsilon chapter of the Delta Gamma sorority at SMU will work with Meadows Museum

Dallas News, Al Día, and SMU launch initiative to help Hispanic families navigate early education

Prof. Doris Baker is working with Al Día and The Dallas Morning News to implement a child literacy program. The program was launched Nov. 22 during a carnival at Walnut Hill Recreation Center in Dallas. There, children sat on the

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