Dallas made Amazon’s shortlist of potential locations for its second headquarters. With the University's investment in supercomputing infrastructure and data-driven research, SMU is ready to take advantage of new opportunities and ambitious challenges.
More than $5 million in contributions from a consortium of donors will support a new energy management initiative and naming opportunity in the SMU Indoor Performance Center in honor of Kyle D. Miller ’01.
In a new tech-focused class, three Dedman School of Law student teams developed consumer-friendly mobile apps designed to help legal aid organizations improve client services and streamline processes.
An SMU study reveals that the key to encouraging more top female students to pursue careers in male-dominated professions could be as simple as exposing them to successful, charismatic women in those fields.
Sophomore Hannah Miller set a new personal best and broke the existing SMU record in the 3000m at the Vanderbilt Invitational in Nashville, Tennessee, on January 20.
Ruhi Deshmukh ’21 connects tenets learned in a business ethics class to the Holocaust and concludes that understanding history is the best path to preventing “such a crime against humanity ever again.”
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The University community will join the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the annual Dallas parade on January 15 and honor his life and legacy during SMU’s Dream Week, which includes the campus Unity Walk on January 23 and MLK Day of Service on January 27.
Renowned civic and philanthropic leader Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler died December 8, 2017, leaving a legacy of leadership, friendship and generosity focused on institutions dedicated to improving lives.
A $1 million gift from the Moody Foundation will support renovation of Meadows School of the Arts facilities and key education research by Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development.