From career counseling to summer classes at SMU-in-Taos, SMU alumni receive a range of benefits.
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita provided the perfect opportunity for Janet Pace ’80 and her volunteer agency “to put up or shut up.”
Mary Hutchings Cooper ’91 blends a high-powered career with volunteerism as one of the New York Junior League’s Outstanding Volunteers award recipient.
Jeb Mason ’99 weathered the first wave of the economic tsunami as the Bush Administration’s Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) liaison.
“Hockey and Happy Hour” draws more than 250 young alumni and guests.
Microelectronics expert Robert H. Dennard ’54, ’56 receives the prestigious Charles Stark Draper Prize.
Maestro Pietro Rizzo ’96, ’97 talked to Meadows School of the Arts students before making his American debut with the Dallas Opera.
David Maldonado Jr. ’68 honored by Perkins School of Theology.
Teresa Venable and her daughter, Lindsay, each received bachelor’ degrees from SMU’s Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences during spring commencement.
David Cush ’82, ’83 donates a surprise prize in San Francisco.
.@SMU's Darwin Payne '68, "No Small Dreams: J. Erik Jonsson - Texas Visionary," 6p tonight, DeGolyer Library, FREE! sites.smu.edu/libraries/frie…
At #CUL open house we learned about 50,000 more reasons to #Loveyourlibrary: Kanopy & Films on Demand… instagram.com/p/tF_koIjC80/
Composer James Eakin, @smumeadows '03, talks career, creative process @CentenaryLA @JamesEakinMusic centenary.edu/news/2014/0000… @JamesEakinMusic
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