Even if you aren’t working directly with a Chinese company, you will be impacted by what is happening in China,” says Linda Kao (’78), Cox School of Business’ assistant dean of global operations.Read more
Carrie La Ferle, associate professor of advertising, says that cultural sensitivity can be as important as brand identity in global markets.Read more
As the U.S. government’s human rights and trafficking-in-
persons (TIP) officer, Amy Dahm often delved into the seamier side of life on the island nation of Cyprus.
Robert Hunt (’82) felt the rumblings of change in China while serving as a professor at Trinity Theological College in Singapore from 1993-97.Read more
Professor Seyom Brown’s specialty is U.S. foreign policy, which makes the world his laboratory.Read more
Senior art history major Jayme Clemente was working in trench No. 35 in July at an archaeological dig 20 miles northeast of Florence, Italy, when something caught her eye.Read more
“Today we stand as the bridge between the SMU of 100 years ago and the SMU of 100 years from now. Our second century awaits with new challenges and opportunities,” President R. Gerald Turner told the crowd of faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors at the campaign launch.Read more