SMU Alumna Kamica King ’13 Offers Help And Hope To Homeless

SMU Alumna Kamica King ’13 Offers Help And Hope To Homeless

SMU alumna Kamica King ’13 created the music therapy program at The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center in Dallas, where singing, listening and talking about music helps therapy participants deal with stress, connect with one another and feel accepted for who they are.

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Jim Contardi ’91

Jim Contardi ’91

Jim Contardi has been named CEO of ARCOM, a leader in architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) software solutions that integrate building specification content.

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Cleve Hardman ’77

Cleve Hardman has been named to the board of directors for the National Association of State Outdoor Recreation Liaison Officers (NASORLO).

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SMU Golf Alumna Jenny Haglund ’16 Earns Ladies European Tour Card

SMU Golf Alumna Jenny Haglund ’16 Earns Ladies European Tour Card

Congratulations to Mustang golf alumna Jenny Haglund ’16, who earned her Ladies European Tour card after a successful LET Access Series (LETAS) season. Overall, Haglund ranked second. In 10 events she compiled 23,925.83 points, finishing behind Sarah Schober of Austria.

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SMU Upsets No. 11 Houston, 38-16

Ben Hicks threw for three touchdowns and ran for another score as SMU stunned No. 11 Houston, 38-16, on October 22. SMU defensive end Jarvis Pruitt recovered one of the fumbles and had three sacks in the Mustangs’ first win over a ranked team since beating No. 20 TCU, 40-33, in overtime in 2011.

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SMU Cyber Defender Inducted Into National Academy Of Engineering

SMU Cyber Defender Inducted Into National Academy Of Engineering

Fred Chang, the director of SMU’s Darwin Deason Institute for Cyber Security and a recognized leader in academia, business and government, was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering at the organization’s National Meeting in Washington, D.C., October 9. “I am proud to represent SMU, and honored to be a part of this prestigious assembly of people who have contributed so much to engineering and technology,” Chang said.

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Matthew Babcock ’08

Matthew Babcock ’08

Matthew Babcock is the author of Apache Adaptation to Hispanic Rule, a new book published by Cambridge University Press in its Studies in North American Indian History series.

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Cornell Menking ’86

Cornell Menking serves as associate provost for International and Border Programs at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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Desiree Brown ’06, ’10

Desiree Brown, a business architect IV for Fannie Mae (FNMA) in Dallas, celebrated her 10-year anniversary with the company in July 2016. She is responsible for the reporting data and infrastructure for FNMA’s real estate and credit operations.

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Jeff Roberts ’91

Jeff Roberts ’91

Jeff Roberts is the new director of client services for Augustine, a California-based integrated marketing agency that has expanded to Dallas to serve Texas-based clients.

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