An SMU study reveals that the key to encouraging more top female students to pursue careers in male-dominated professions could be as simple as exposing them to successful, charismatic women in those fields.
The Meadows Division of Theatre and the Dallas Theater Center will present Frankenstein at the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas, February 2–March 4.
Join the Black Alumni of SMU and the Association of Black Students for the annual Black Excellence Ball on February 24., where 2018 History Makers and scholarship recipients will be honored.
Michael Nelson ’17 was tapped by the Houston Dynamo, and Mauro Cichero ’17 was selected by FC Dallas in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft on January 19. This is the eighth time the Mustangs have had multiple picks in the draft.
By emulating his SMU mentors, engineering professor Amir Ali ’15 earned a sweet gift from graduating seniors at German University in Cairo, Egypt: a chocolate bar with a custom wrapper declaring: “To the Best Professor Ever! Thank You.”
The chance to study in England came as a “God-timing thing” for Adam White ’15. He and Shuo En Liang ’17 are studying abroad through a new partnership with Perkins School of Theology and Wesley House, Cambridge.
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Renowned civic and philanthropic leader Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler died December 8, 2017, leaving a legacy of leadership, friendship and generosity focused on institutions dedicated to improving lives.
During his time on the Hilltop, football star Courtland Sutton ’17 made it clear how highly he values his education. In just three and a half years, he earned a degree in sport management. “That degree is something no one can take away once my playing career is over,” he says.
SMU alumna Regina Taylor ’81 planned a career in journalism before she fell in love with acting as a student at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts. While collecting a trove of acting accolades, she never stopped putting pen to paper.