Tipping the Scales for Children: From Ethics to Action to Wellbeing

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On May 3, 2016, The Cooper Institute and SMU’s Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility will bring together respected and impactful thought leaders to tackle one of the most pressing ethical issues of this era: the health of our children. The

Construction activities to affect pedestrians through April 2016

Beginning Monday, Dec. 14, and continuing through April 2016, ongoing construction activities in the central part of the campus will require fencing off a section of the campus roughly between Airline Drive and Cox Business School, and Hughes-Trigg Student Center

Ownby Drive closed to pedestrians for promenade construction

Ownby Drive between the Hughes-Trigg Student Center and Binkley Drive is permanently closed and work on the new Crain Family Centennial Promenade, a pedestrian mall, will start soon. Because of construction activities, pedestrians may not cross this area except on

Campus Construction Update For Fall 2015

Ownby Drive south of the Hughes-Trigg Student Center is permanently closed and work on the new Crain Family Centennial Promenade will start soon. Because of construction activities, pedestrians may not cross this area between Dyer Street and Binkley Avenue except

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SMU Fondren Library Transformed

April 26, 2016

The renovations to SMU’s Fondren Library, unveiled Friday during Founders’ Day Weekend, transform information technology resources for student and faculty researchers and feature a restoration of the historic grandeur of the Fondren Foundation Centennial Reading Room. The Fondren Foundation, Hillcrest

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SMU Cox undergraduate degree program ranked no. 21

April 26, 2016

The SMU Cox School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program remains ranked at no. 21 in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 Ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools.

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Registration for Summer Youth Programs

April 26, 2016

Your Super SMU Summer! Calling all adventurers for a learning expedition with the SMU Summer Youth Program! Explore weekly workshops in game design, coding, robotics, visual arts, math, language arts, as well as SAT and ACT test prep.  Programs are offered

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Good news! You’re likely burning more calories than you thought

March 16, 2016

Walking is the most common exercise, and many walkers like to count how many calories are burned. Little known, however, is that the leading standardized equations used to predict or estimate walking energy expenditure — the number of calories burned

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Education Excellence

March 16, 2016

Educators, community leaders and high school students and their parents examined issues facing African-American college students at April conferences sponsored by the SMU Simmons School. Topics at the April 1 conference, “Looking Beyond the Horizon: Black Excellence in Higher Education,”

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