Andrés Ruzo’s passions for science and adventure take him from his roots in Peru to the land of fire and ice – Iceland. Ruzo ’09, a doctoral candidate at SMU, is documenting his discoveries in photo essays for the National Geographic Explorer series.
The beginning of the new school year is just around the corner, and faculty, staff and returning students are preparing to welcome the Class of 2022 to the Hilltop.
SMU’s Meadows Museum will present its first-ever gala, “The Color of Dreams,” on Saturday, October 13, to raise funds to endow a director of education position. The theme is inspired by the art of Salvador Dalí, whose paintings will be on exhibit at the museum, September 9–December 9.
A new study finds that North Texas’ innovation economy is thriving and provides a strategic blueprint for drawing more inventive people and companies to the region.
SMU physicists powered by the University’s ManeFrame II supercomputer were part of the first team of researchers to observe a milestone Higgs boson-bottom quark interaction, another step toward understanding how the universe operates.
Santosh D’Mello, professor of biological sciences, was recently awarded prestigious research grants totaling $2.5 million to study two fatal brain disorders.
A new pilot study by SMU scientists indicates that complete rest may not be the most effective treatment for sports-related concussions. They find that performing mild problem-solving tasks improves memory function.
Mollie Mulvey ’20 has always dreamed of telling her stories as a filmmaker. Now her dream is coming true at SMU, where she finds herself "free to express my creativity in ways that I may not have even expected.”
Service to the community and tremendous perseverance earned senior defensive back Jordan Wyatt ’19 a nomination for the national 2018 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.
Enjoy this roundup of interesting videos and stories highlighting some of the people and events making news on the Hilltop.