Wishing all of our SMU family and friends a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. SMU will be closed November 24-25.
SMU – A $5 million gift from entrepreneurs Elisabeth Martin Armstrong ’82 and William D. Armstrong ’82 will further the academic and research excellence of the SMU Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences by endowing the school’s dean position, renaming it the Elisabeth Martin Armstrong Dean. Through their gift, the Armstrongs will support Dedman College’s future-focused leadership […]
SMU Department of English alumna Kari Nixon pens an op-ed for the British Medical Journal blog related to her research at SMU. Her work in the medical humanities covers disease and identity from the 1720s through today and has been published by Simon and Schuster, SUNY University Press, and in Disability Studies Quarterly, and the Journal for Medical Humanities. […]
SMU News – DALLAS (SMU) – Raleigh Dewan arrived at SMU weighed by personal experience with neurologic disease progression. After his grandmother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Dewan had witnessed the debilitating hand tremors that would not allow her to eat without spilling food everywhere, preventing her from enjoying with family the extravagant Southern dinners […]
D Magazine – C.W. Smith Has Yet to Write a Bestseller. He’s Fine With That. His latest, Girl Flees Circus, places the novelist back in New Mexico. There are agents in Hollywood who specialize in selling books to the movies, and I was sitting in the Beverly Hills office of such a person some years […]
Join us for an information session on October 3 at 11am in 121 Hyer Room, Dallas Hall.
Happy first day of fall, Mustangs! Here’s to cooler temps and beautiful fall color.
Dallas Morning News: Word came recently about an upcoming literary event that you won’t want to miss. Presented at the Dallas Museum of Art, Texas Bound brings together Texas-connected actors to read works by Texas-connected authors. In the next installment of the series, on Nov. 7, Dallas writers will be well represented. Sanderia Faye, who’s […]
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