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- Karen Hughes Honored As Dedman College Distinguished Graduate
- London-Based Alumna Launches Organization To Fight Poverty
- SMU-in-Spain Experience Reunites Alumni During Homecoming
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- SMU Alumnus Helps Improve Economic Opportunities In Costa Rica
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Category Archives: campaign update
The Mustang Band Second Century Initiative funding goals include $2 million for scholarships and student support and $3 million for a new band hall.
Celebrating The Second Century Campaign in the Crescent City.
The new Elizabeth Perkins Prothro Hall and renovations to Kirby and Selecman Halls open a new chapter in the history of Perkins School of Theology.
The new Meadows Museum Sculpture Plaza is hailed as “a destination not only to see art, but also a welcoming space to gather with friends.”
The Meadows Scholars program offers scholarships in each of the Meadows School of the Art’s disciplines, providing an annual stipend of $7,500 per student.
The Second Century Campaign achieved a milestone in September when it exceeded the halfway mark.
Donors contribute to new and renovated casitas at SMU-in-Taos.
Belo Corp., owner of WFAA-TV and former parent company of The Dallas Morning News, is donating the Belo Corporate Archives to SMU’s DeGolyer Library.
In honor of his parents and sister, Pat Baker Jr. ’55 has established the Baker Family Scholarship Fund to benefit eligible journalism majors in Meadows School of the Arts and students on the pre-med track in Dedman College.