- Globe-Trotting Tenor Returns To His Meadows Roots
- Alumni Create New Possibilities For Special Needs Adults
- Entrepreneurial Alumna Shaping Local Food Truck History
- SMU Alumnus Played Key Role In ‘Two-Buck Chuck’ Creation
- Karen Hughes Honored As Dedman College Distinguished Graduate
- London-Based Alumna Launches Organization To Fight Poverty
- SMU-in-Spain Experience Reunites Alumni During Homecoming
- Meet Clint Carmichael ’10: Chicago Alumni Chapter President
- SMU Alumnus Helps Improve Economic Opportunities In Costa Rica
- Carl Pankratz: Rising Star In Business And Public Service
- Bruce W. Halliday on Class Notes 1960-1969
- Jon Charles Fortman on Residential Commons: Transforming The On-Campus Living Experience
- smumagazine on Prelude To A Presidential Center: Bush Institute Sponsors Symposia
- Tony Dickensheets on Prelude To A Presidential Center: Bush Institute Sponsors Symposia
- Bryan Russell on 2000-11
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As we note SMU milestones of the past 100 years, this year we also mark a new highpoint in our timeline of progress. In a rare and remarkable moment in the history of higher education and our nation, SMU hosted five U.S. presidents April 25 for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Continue reading
In 2013 we will celebrate the third year of our Second Century Celebration. We started the commemoration in 2011, the centennial of our founding, and will culminate the festivities in 2015, the 100th anniversary of our opening. Every commemorative year has … Continue reading
President R. Gerald Turner says SMU is continuing the tradition of stately and state-of-the-art facilities as the campus is further developed. Continue reading
Preserving A Legacy While Pursuing Aspirations It has been a year for cherishing memories and celebrating milestones. In the centennial year of SMU’s founding, 2011, we honored our heritage. We gathered as a community to celebrate Founders’ Day in April. … Continue reading
“Universities do not grow old; but yearly they renew their strength and live from age to age in immortal youth.” With that statement in 1913, SMU’s first president, Robert Stewart Hyer, made a commitment for SMU in his time, but affirmed … Continue reading
President R. Gerald Turner looks back on a year of “remarkable progress” while looking forward to the commemorative Centennial activities that will begin in 2011.
President R. Gerald Turner reports that “SMU is enjoying unbridled progress” as a result of the University’s generous supporters.
SMU President R. Gerald Turner reflects on the University’s accomplishments in a year of economic challenges.
SMU students are proving that service and civic involvement are essential to learning, whether across town or around the globe.