Winning video sees going green as a black and white issue.
Curatorial sleuths solve a case of mistaken identity at Hamon Arts Library.
The Archaeology Field School at SMU-in-Taos has begun a unique education and research partnership with students and faculty from Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania.
SMU’s celebration of Charles Darwin continues in the fall with a DeGolyer Library exhibit and other events.
Anthropologist Fred Wendorf writes about the adventures of his 60-year career in Desert Days: My Life as a Field Archaeologist.
SMU team hits the bull’s-eye in national Data Mining Shootout.
From ancient civilizations to the atomic age, the art, history and science of the Southwest will be explored July 23-26 at the SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute.
Marsh Terry is telling SMU’s story with a little help from his friends in From High on the Hilltop . . . Marshall Terry’s History of SMU with Various Essays by His Colleagues.
On Aug. 24, 2006, Pluto was demoted to dwarf planet status, but a Facebook star was born: SMU sophomore Steven Klimczak.
The Remember the Ladies! campaign offers the opportunity to honor special women in your life.
Students, spend time with therapy dogs at @SMU's Fondren Library 12/8, 1-3:30p #loveyourlibrary blog.smu.edu/culnews/2014/1…
.@SMU alumna the Rev. Anna Kaydor Labala '05 is working on the front lines of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. umc.org/news-and-media…
Praise for No Small Dreams, J. Erik Jonsson bio by Prof Emeritus Darwin Payne '68, published @SMU's DeGolyer LIbrary share.d-news.co/c6YVU2X
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