Thomas Slater, professor of New Testament studies at Mercer University, was one of two main speakers at the inaugural “Putting
Dr. John W. Via III, P.E., ’02, 03, ’07, retired from Alcon Laboratories following its acquisition by Novartis and is
Michael J. Lang has been named partner by the Dallas litigation firm of Gruber Hurst Johansen Hail Shank LLP. Lang graduated from
Trey H. Crawford has been named partner by the Dallas litigation firm of Gruber Hurst Johansen Hail Shank LLP. Crawford graduated cum
Jonathan R. Childers has been named partner by the Dallas litigation firm of Gruber Hurst Johansen Hail Shank LLP. Childers graduated cum laude with
The Rev. Karen Greenwaldt, General Secretary of the United Methodist General Board of Discipleship from 2001–2013, has been named the
Bettye Oliger Fox retired as a college professor of speech and English in December 2012 and has published The Privilege
John Wilson was recently elected to the board of trustees of the Berger Collection Educational Trust in Denver. In 2013
Monroe Jackson ’60 and Sharon Ross Jackson ’64 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their daughter, Dr. Noell Ross Jackson
Amy Martin, known to many as the Moonlady, retired in December 2013 after 15 years as editor of Moonlady News.
Congratulations! @RobertEdsel, @SMU '79, receives National Archives Records of Achievement Award (via @mgranberry) share.d-news.co/KtWXCj
It's all in the details: Monique Walker, @smumeadows MFA '89, props master @ Village Theatre in WA @TheVillageVault props.eric-hart.com/interviews/int…
Today: @jodipicoult on "Think" w/ @krysboydthink @keranews @ 1p; talks & signs copies of #LeavingTime @SMU 7p FREE sites.smu.edu/libraries/frie…
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