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Eclipsing binary stars discovered by high school students in SMU summer research program

Two Dallas high school students discovered five stars as members of an SMU summer physics research program . . .

Fall registration now open for Continuing & Professional Ed

Registration for fall personal enrichment courses is now open! Explore subjects that excite and intrigue you, taught by instructors who are as enthusiastic about what they teach as you are to learn.

SMU Summer Author Series continues in August

SMU is sponsoring a Summer Author Series, featuring faculty members reading excerpts from their books, with presentations scheduled for Aug. 7 and Aug. 21 at Dallas branch libraries.

Common Reading author NoViolet Bulawayo at SMU Sept. 15

Common Reading author and SMU alum NoViolet Bulawayo comes back to SMU to discuss her book, We Need New Names. The event is at 5 p.m. Sept. 15 in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center Ballroom.

Join the Stampede on Sept. 19!

Celebrate 100 years of SMU spirit by joining us for a special Friday Night Stampede on September 19, the night before the first home football game of the season.

Join us in the 20th annual Heart Walk

Student, faculty, staff and alumni teams from SMU will take part in the 20th annual Heart Walk Sept. 13 to raise awareness about heart health and wellness.

‘The Spanish Gesture’ exhibit continues at Meadows Museum

‘The Spanish Gesture,’ featuring works created by leading Spanish artists from the 16th to the 19th centuries, continues through Aug. 31 at the Meadows Museum.

SMU students collaborate with AT&T for Hack-A-Pitch

SMU students meet with AT&T Emerging Business Markets co-located at the AT&T Foundry® innovation center for a collegiate “Hack-A-Pitch” event.

SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute, July 2014

Taos Cultural Institute courses give you two-and-a-half days of in-depth, hands-on exploration of topics that reflect the unique cultural richness, scientific contributions and recreational opportunities of Northern New Mexico.

SMU’s STEMPREP Project receives grant to help interest minorities in science

The U.S. Department of Defense recently awarded the STEMPREP Project at SMU a $2.6 million grant to support its goal of increasing the number of minorities in STEM fields. STEMPREP recruits bright, science-minded minority middle school students for the two-summer classroom

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