SMU welcomes kids and teens to 2013 summer programs

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SMU welcomes kids and teens to 2013 summer programs

Lyle Engineering Innovation CampThroughout June and July 2013, SMU will host children and teens from throughout the area for summer camps and programs on the main campus and at SMU-in-Plano. Offerings range from fashion design to application development to LEGOS to sports camps.

During Summer 2013, SMU Soccer is offering faculty and staff members discounts on all soccer day and half-day camps and residential programs. The camps are taught by Mustang coaches and are available for boys and girls of all ages and skill levels.

In addition, SMU Women’s Basketball and Men’s Basketball are offering a 50% faculty-staff discount for its summer camp programs. Contact Shawna Lavender, 214-768-4933, for the girls’ camp discount. For boys’ program discounts, call the Basketball Office at 214-768-4629 or e-mail SMU Basketball School.

Camps and workshops include the following selections – check their links to find more information on dates, costs and target age groups:

Find more information on SMU summer camps at SMU News

June 3, 2013|Calendar Highlights, News|

SMU rolls out 2012 summer camps for kids and teens

Kids at SMU LEGO campAre you ready for the summer? Throughout June and July 2012, SMU will welcome children and teens from throughout the area to its summer camps and programs. Offerings range from fashion design to application development to LEGOS to sports camps.

During Summer 2012, SMU Soccer is offering faculty and staff members a $25 discount on all soccer day camps and a $50 discount on residential programs. The camps are taught by Mustang coaches and are available for boys and girls of all ages and skill levels.

Camps and workshops include the following selections – check their links to find more information on dates, costs and target age groups:

> Find more information on SMU summer camps at SMU News

June 7, 2012|Calendar Highlights, News|

Calendar Highlights: Oct. 17, 2008

Elemental music: Guest conductor Nicolás Pasquet of the Liszt Hochschule in Weimar, Germany, leads the Meadows Symphony Orchestra in “The Elements: Water” – a program featuring Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture, Debussy’s La Mer and Premiere Rhapsody, Weber’s Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra, and Smetana’s The Moldau. The program debuts at 8 p.m. Oct. 17 and repeats Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. in Caruth Auditorium, Owen Arts Center. Tickets are $7 each for faculty, staff and students. For more information, contact the Meadows Ticket Office, 8-2787 (8-ARTS).

Seymour Island, AustraliaElection reflection: SMU Political Science Professors Cal Jillson, Dennis Simon and Harold Stanley will survey the political landscape and analyze the 2008 primary and general election campaigns in “Road to the White House 2008,” presented by SMU’s Godbey Lecture Series. The series begins Oct. 20 and repeats on consecutive Mondays through Nov. 10. Lecture at 11 a.m., lunch at noon each day at Maggiano’s North Park Center. Cost is $163 for members, $193 for nonmembers. Register online or call 8-2532.

Darwin Year preview: Earth Sciences Professor Louis Jacobs will discuss his fossil research in places ranging from St. Bart’s to Seymour Island, Antarctica, in the Godbey Lecture Series‘ “Islands and Life” – a preview of SMU’s 2009 event “Darwin’s Evolving Legacy.” The program takes place Oct. 22 in the Texana Room, DeGolyer Library. A 5:30 p.m. wine reception precedes the 6 p.m. lecture. Tickets are $45 for members and $70 for nonmembers. Register online or call 8-2532. (Top right, Seymour Island as photographed by graduate student researcher and blogger Chris Strganac.)

Make a racket: The Stanford Championships tennis tournament comes to SMU Oct. 22-Oct. 26 in the Turpin Tennis Center. Eight legendary names in men’s tennis, including Boris Becker, Jim Courier and Mark Philippoussis, compete for the title and $150,000 in prize money. In addition, Anna Kournikova will compete in Mixed Doubles matches. Tickets are available at www.ChampionsSeriesTennis.com or call 877-332-TIXX (8499).

Coming of age: The Hughes-Trigg Student Center celebrates its 21st birthday with a “responsible celebration” Oct. 23. Stop by the Student Center for cake, fun and games.

M.L.S. information session: Learn more about SMU’s Master of Liberal Studies program at an information session 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in Human Resources Training Room #208, Expressway Tower, 6116 N. Central Expy. Refreshments will be provided. RSVP to the M.L.S. program.

Lar Lubovitch Dance CompanyIn McFarlin Auditorium:

  • Oct. 17-18: TITAS presents the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company (bottom right) in its 40th anniversary tour at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For tickets, call TITAS at
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