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Watch: SMU Year in Review 2016-2017

SMU News Originally Posted: May 25, 2017  

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Faculty Book Fest | May 9 at 2PM

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Dr. Ian Bogost says we’re already living inside a computer

Daily Campus Originally Posted: April 4, 2017 Funding technology takes so much money from the federal budget and our pockets. So why are industry leaders Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and Bill Gates simultaneously spending so much money against it? On Monday, March. 27, Dr. Ian Bogost — author, philosopher, video designer and tech expert — […]

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#MustangsGiveBack is TODAY! Support Dedman College!

What will you support at SMU? Make a gift on March 7, 2017, and be a part of Mustangs Give Back, our annual one-day giving challenge. Here are some of the Dedman College projects on the #MustangsGiveBack list: Bring International Film Festival to Campus: SMU’s spring international film festival brings the best of foreign cinema to campus. Films from […]

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Dedman College alumnus Rahfin Faruk writes commentary for The Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News Originally Posted: January 30, 2017 Get to know your Muslim neighbors; what could be more American than that? I am the son of two caring parents who built their lives in Richardson. If you were to only know my family on paper, my mother, a substitute teacher; my father, an engineer; and […]

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Read the Latest Inside Dedman College, Fall 2016 Newsletter

Vol. 2 Features: Dean’s Message The Slope of Success Dedman College Scholars: Building on Success In and Out of the Classroom Part One: Helping Exceptional Students Find Their Way Part Two: A Lasting Impact Part Three: Preparing for the Future Student Feature A Tower Scholar’s Life in Uganda Faculty Features Grappling with Culture and Citizenship: […]

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‘My Passion, My Philanthropy:’ Lauren Embrey on Giving Bold and ‘Now’

Women’s E News Photo credit: Ginny Martin By: Lauren Embrey DALLAS (WOMENSENEWS)—“There is no such thing as a lesser person.” That is the motto of the Embrey Human Rights Program at Southern Methodist University, and something I innately knew from birth.When I was young, I wanted to drive a moped, but was told I couldn’t […]

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#MustangsGiveBack is March 24! Support a Dedman College project and make a real difference for students

What will you support at SMU? Make a gift on March 24, 2016 and be a part of Mustangs Give Back, our one-day giving challenge. Below is a list of Dedman College projects: 1. Support Dedman College Scholars for a semester.  Help us fund one semester for a Dedman College Scholar student next year! CLICK […]

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Dr. Jie Sun, Dedman College staff, receives 2015 Charles F. Elton award for Best Paper

Congratulations to Jie Sun! Dr. Sun’s co-authored paper, House Divided? STEM and Non-STEM On-Campus Student Retention Factors, has been awarded as the 2015 Charles F. Elton Best Paper by the Association for Institutional Research (AIR). More below.

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Dallas Hall wins LEED gold certification

University, aided by the Beck Group, achieves contemporary sustainability standards in 100-year-old building DALLAS (SMU) – SMU’s Dallas Hall, the oldest building on a campus known for its distinctive Collegiate Georgian architectural style, is the first academic building on a Texas university campus and only the second 100-year-old building in the United States to achieve […]