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SMU Lyle School offers CIO certificate program

Meeting the demand for executive training in the high growth field of Information Technology, SMU’s department of Engineering Management, Information, and Systems will offer a foundational certificate program for aspiring and new chief information officers (CIOs) beginning March 29. Meeting

SMU students help West Dallas

SMU students volunteer at the non-profit Readers to Leaders (R2L) in West Dallas. R2L, developed in 2011, is a program that works with kids who are below reading proficiency from five West Dallas elementary schools. The non-profit specifically concentrates on the

SMU Simmons Luminary Awards honor advocates for children

DALLAS (SMU) – Four organizations that advocate for the education and well-being of at-risk children were honored Jan. 23 by SMU’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development. The East Dallas Community Schools, TexProtects, the Children’s Defense Fund and Stand

Moody Magic is Back

The SMU Men’s and Women’s basketball teams have played their first games in the renovated Moody Coliseum.The Men’s Basketball team won their first victory there against UConn, 74-65. The Women’s first victory came against Memphis, 80-75. See videos and a

Experience the Meadows Museum at SMU

Experience the Meadows Museum at SMU as the Museum approaches its 50th anniversary and deepens its relationship with the great institutions and collections of Spanish art around the world. The museum is a resource of SMU that serves a broad

Presidential Documents at Bridwell Library

In recognition of the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Bridwell Library presents letters and White House invitations sent to American Methodists by ten men who were, had once been, or would become President of the

SMU launches Latino Leadership Initiative

Southern Methodist University is helping Hispanics crack the code that may be holding them in midmanagement limbo. For the last three years, its Cox School of Business has been putting Latinos from Fortune 1000 companies through sort of an officer

Highland Park celebrates its 100th year

From the Nov. 9, 2013, edition of SMU Bubblelife: The Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society dedicated three Centennial Historic Landmarks in Highland Park as part of the celebration of Highland Park’s 100th year. In addition, Brad E. Cheves, SMU

SMU Meadows School presents “The Seven” by Will Power

Meadow’s Division of Theatre presents The Seven by Will Power — a highly modernized, hip-hop version of the Greek tragedy Seven Against Thebes, written by Aeschylus in 467 B.C. Playwright and Meadows School Artist-in-Residence Will Power dusts off the ancient story

’100 Years of Collecting’ Opens at DeGolyer Library

The exhibition features rare treasures from DeGolyer Library’s major collecting areas of Western Americana, exploration and discovery, history of science, history of business, photography, transportation, and literary works. Highlights include the 1493 “Columbus Letter;” Martin Waldseemüller’s 1513 map entitled Tabula

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