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Stephanie Dupaul has been named SMU’s associate vice president for Enrollment Management. In this new position in the Office of the Provost, she will provide strategy for the University’s goal of increasing the number and quality of applicants. Continue reading
During Engineering & Humanity Week in April, Lyle School of Engineering students built and lived in shelters designed to house the poor or those displaced by war and natural disasters. The Hunter & Stephanie Hunt Institute for Engineering & Humanity … Continue reading
As SMU celebrates the centennial of its founding in 1911 and opening in 1915, the University also is marking 100 years of achievements in athletics through a recently released book, In Honor of the Mustangs. The first comprehensive history of … Continue reading
More than 3,000 guests filled a massive tent as officials took up shovels to turn dirt during the George W. Bush Presidential Center groundbreaking celebration November 16. Continue reading
SMU advanced to its highest ranking ever among national universities in the 2011 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges.
With 1,479 members, the class of 2014 is the largest group of first-year undergraduates in SMU history.
Performing arts history takes center stage in “Hidden Treasures of the Mary McCord/Edyth Renshaw Collection on the Performing Arts”, which will be on exhibit Jan. 31-May 14, 2011 in the Hawn Gallery at Hamon Arts Library.
William M. Tsutsui, the new dean of Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences, is a specialist in modern Japanese business and economic history whose books examine topics ranging from banking policy to the film icon Godzilla.
During the spring semester, SMU faculty were quoted by the media on topics as varied as dark matter and prehistoric Dallas.