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SMU Tate Lecture Series 2016-17

A veteran journalist, a renowned presidential historian, an award-winning actor and an astronaut are all among the lineup for the next season of SMU’s Tate Lecture Series. Regarded as one of the country’s finest platforms for distinguished and engaging discussions,

May 18: Free Admission to Meadows Museum

To celebrate Art Museum Day on Wednesday, May 18, the Meadows Museum is offering FREE admission from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Art Museum Day is an international initiative to highlight the value of museums in society. Enjoy the exhibitions and

Chad Morris Talks Mustangs and More

The Dallas Morning News SportsDay recently recapped an interview with SMU Head Coach Chad Morris and Fox 4 sports anchor Mike Doocy, where the two discussed “recruiting, Red Bull, and getting (Mrs. Morris) involved at SMU.

SMU Fondren Library Transformed

The renovations to SMU’s Fondren Library, unveiled Friday during Founders’ Day Weekend, transform information technology resources for student and faculty researchers and feature a restoration of the historic grandeur of the Fondren Foundation Centennial Reading Room. The Fondren Foundation, Hillcrest

SMU Cox undergraduate degree program ranked no. 21

The SMU Cox School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program remains ranked at no. 21 in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 Ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools.

Registration for Summer Youth Programs

Your Super SMU Summer! Calling all adventurers for a learning expedition with the SMU Summer Youth Program! Explore weekly workshops in game design, coding, robotics, visual arts, math, language arts, as well as SAT and ACT test prep.  Programs are offered

Symposium: Violence in the U.S.-Mexican Borderlands

SMU’s William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, in partnership with the Instituto Mora of Mexico City, will host a public forum on the history of violence along the U.S.-Mexico border, at the Latino Cultural Center, in Dallas, 2:30 p.m.,

Sports and Human Rights

SMU alumnus and NFL star Kelvin Beachum joins SMU Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director Monique Holland for “A Conversation on Sports and Human Rights,” to be moderated by WFAA sportscaster Dale Hansen. “Sports provides an easy doorway for social analysis,

Good news! You’re likely burning more calories than you thought

Walking is the most common exercise, and many walkers like to count how many calories are burned. Little known, however, is that the leading standardized equations used to predict or estimate walking energy expenditure — the number of calories burned

Tipping the Scales for Children: From Ethics to Action to Wellbeing

On May 3, 2016, The Cooper Institute and SMU’s Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility will bring together respected and impactful thought leaders to tackle one of the most pressing ethical issues of this era: the health of our children. The

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