As deadlines approach, students around the country are getting ready to submit their graduate school applications. SMU’s graduate programs in Dedman College are doing something new this year as part of our application – including [...]
Prof. Matthew Babcock is an Assistant Professor of History at UNT Dallas, where he has worked as a founding faculty member since it became a four-year institution in 2010. Prof. Babcock is also an SMU alumnus, graduating with his Ph.D. in history in 2008. […]
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The faculty of more than 500 includes many nationally and internationally prominent scholars, among them more than 50 holders of endowed chairs. In small classes and outside of the classroom, they offer a personalized approach to education, as part of SMU’s tradition of academic excellence.