alum news

Picking Up The Pieces In Louisiana

Hurricanes Katrina and Rita provided the perfect opportunity for Janet Pace ’80 and her volunteer agency “to put up or shut up.”

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Leading With A Helping Hand

Mary Hutchings Cooper ’91 blends a high-powered career with volunteerism as one of the New York Junior League’s Outstanding Volunteers award recipient.

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Financial Storms And A Capital Opportunity

Jeb Mason ’99 weathered the first wave of the economic tsunami as the Bush Administration’s Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) liaison.

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Slip Slidin’ Away

“Hockey and Happy Hour” draws more than 250 young alumni and guests.

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Honoring A Dynamic Career

Microelectronics expert Robert H. Dennard ’54, ’56 receives the prestigious Charles Stark Draper Prize.

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Music To Their Ears

Maestro Pietro Rizzo ’96, ’97 talked to Meadows School of the Arts students before making his American debut with the Dallas Opera.

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Perkins Recognizes Distinguished Alumnus

David Maldonado Jr. ’68 honored by Perkins School of Theology.

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Mother-Daughter Degrees

Teresa Venable and her daughter, Lindsay, each received bachelor’ degrees from SMU’s Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences during spring commencement.

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Golden Gate Gathering

David Cush ’82, ’83 donates a surprise prize in San Francisco.

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Reconfiguring The Network

Author Bob Beaudine ’77 puts a new spin on networking.

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