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SMU Math Chair and PhD graduate win SIAM/ACM prize in computational science as part of SUNDIALS team

SMU News A multi-institutional team, including SMU’s Mathematics Chair Daniel Reynolds and SMU PhD graduate David Gardner, has been awarded the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering. The award is given by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) to recognize outstanding contributions to the development and use of […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing all of our SMU family and friends a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. SMU will be closed November 24-25. 

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Armstrongs commit $5 million to endow dean position

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 […]

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New Date for Dedman College Mentorship Program Information Session

Join us for an information session on October 3 at 11am in 121 Hyer Room, Dallas Hall.

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Happy first day of fall, Mustangs!

Happy first day of fall, Mustangs! Here’s to cooler temps and beautiful fall color.

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Happy first day of classes!

Welcome back! We hope that you have a great first day of class!

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Welcome Back Mustangs!

SMU News: SMU has a diverse set of people, opportunities and experiences to help you through the school year. Explore what the Hilltop has to offer.

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DMN Op-Ed: Fix redistricting bias and the nation might be able to reduce partisan gridlock

Dallas Morning News: As voters, we elect the people who represent us. If only that were completely true. Political gerrymandering, which courts have upheld as legal, allows politicians to pick their voters, in essence seeding districts with voters of like mind and creating safe districts that minimize competition, encourage elected officials to pay less attention […]

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SMU researchers say Texas lawmakers’ redistricting maps show clear bias toward Republicans

WFAA: Math for Unbiased Maps created 1.5 million random redistricting maps and none were as biased as the one lawmakers approved Researchers at Southern Methodist University say new congressional maps passed by Texas lawmakers are significantly biased and engineered to create a Republican advantage. Andrea Barreiro is an associate professor of mathematics at SMU and part of […]