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Mustang Minute: Big iDeas Demo Day

Watch students present their Big iDeas during Engaged Learning Week, in this Mustang Minute! video from SMU News’ Myles Taylor. Watch this and other Mustang Minute! videos here.

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SMU receives Top 25 rankings in Princeton Review’s 2015 “Colleges That Pay You Back”

SMU has been named one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking outstanding career preparation and networking opportunities, according to The Princeton Review. The University placed #6 among the Top 25 Best Schools for Internships and #18 among Top 25 … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute: SMU celebrates Martin Luther King Day

SMU honored the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. the week of Jan. 17-22 with community service, a unity walk, participation in the City of Dallas Martin Luther King Day parade and opportunities for discussion. Watch this and … Continue reading

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Information about sexual misconduct policies and prevention

The following message from President R. Gerald Turner and Lori S. White, Vice President for Student Affairs, was emailed to students on January 28, 2015: As we begin a new semester, we’d like to remind you of SMU policies and … Continue reading

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Super students take the spotlight during Engaged Learning Week

SMU’s Engaged Learning Week puts student achievement front and center with an expanded schedule for 2015 – including a business plan competition among the winners in the Fall 2014 Big iDeas Pitch Competition. Other activities include open houses, exhibitions, performances and presentations from the University’s … Continue reading

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Calendar Highlights: The Spring 2015 term at a glance

Welcome back! SMU’s 2015 Spring Term begins Friday, Jan. 16 – a few important dates at a glance: Friday, Jan. 16: First day of classes for the 2015 Spring Term Monday, Jan. 19: Martin Luther King Day (University closed). SMU celebrates MLK Day of Service 8 a.m.-1 p.m. – … Continue reading

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SMU Urges Flu Shots and Other Preventive Measures

SMU health officials remind students, faculty and staff to take precautions against the flu and help prevent its spread by getting a flu shot. Potentially severe flu season According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, cases of influenza are expected … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute: Celebration of Lights 2014

Relive this year’s Celebration of Lights in a Mustang Minute video from SMU News’ Myles Taylor. Catch up on other 2014 Mustang Minute videos, including Homecoming, Veterans Day and more.

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SMU adds online course option for Jan Term 2015

SMU’s Jan Term – previously known as the J Term – is expanding again, adding its first online course offering to the dozens available at the SMU-in-Plano and SMU-in-Taos campuses. The 2015 Jan Term is scheduled for Jan. 5-14. The January interterm session’s first online offering will be “Introduction … Continue reading

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SMU to break ground on Dr. Bob Smith Health Center

SMU will break ground Dec. 5 on the new Dr. Bob Smith Health Center, a 33,000-square-foot center designed to provide comprehensive outpatient health care to more than 11,000 SMU students on an ongoing basis throughout each school year. A $5 … Continue reading

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