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Amazon founder/CEO to speak at SMU on April 20

Get your tickets to see Jeff Bezos, chairman and CEO of Amazon, at the Closing Conversation of the George W. Bush Presidential Center’s Forum on Leadership, presented in partnership with SMU on April 20 during SMU Founders’ Day Weekend.

January 8, 2018|

Meet SMU’s first Schwarzman Scholar

Benjamin H. Chi ’18 will study in Beijing, China, for a year as a Schwarzman Scholar. He plans to return with a master’s degree in global affairs and a better understanding of how the Chinese view the United States.

January 8, 2018|

Continuing a legacy of attracting top students

A $15 million gift from the Nancy Ann Hunt Foundation secures the long-term future of the Hunt Leadership Scholars Program, one of the University’s signature scholarship programs attracting academically talented student leaders from throughout the United States to SMU.

December 6, 2017|

Investing in a data-empowered future

President R. Gerald Turner outlined SMU’s impact on the region’s economy through data-powered teaching and research at a gathering of top business and civic leaders at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas on November 13. The University’s $85-million investment in high speed computing and data science curriculum will deliver more bang for the research buck.

December 6, 2017|

Powering chain reactions of achievement

This has been a year of creative triumphs, game-changing collaborations and unforgettable campus experiences, all made possible by your generosity. There’s still time to make an instant impact this year. Find out how current-use gifts strengthen every part of the University and join the Pony Power stampede today!

December 5, 2017|
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