Year: 2023

National Comic Book Day

National Comic Book Day on September 25 is a time to celebrate the artists, writers, and fans of the genre that became popular in the 1930s. Cartoons and comic strips appeared in newspapers in the late nineteenth century, and collections of these strips were published in book form in the early twentieth century. Slim paperback…Continue Reading National Comic Book Day

Discover Sage Explorer: Explore new possibilities

Discover Sage Explorer. Learn without the lag. Explore new possibilities.

  Sage Explorer provides a wealth of resources for SMU students and faculty. Learn new skills from the Sage Campus online learning collection or learn one of the hundreds of research methods from the Sage Research Methods collection. Sage Explorer is focused on social sciences, but there is something for everyone. Social sciences research librarian…Continue Reading Discover Sage Explorer: Explore new possibilities

SIFTing through Business Research

SIFT through Business Research with us! Tonight (9/6) at 6pm attend an online workshop to learn effective strategies for evaluating information. The session will begin by incorporating Chat GPT as an idea generator, then branching out to Google Scholar, Library Search, and Business Source Complete. All business students will benefit from this highly interactive one-hour…Continue Reading SIFTing through Business Research

SMU Libraries Digital Collections Update: August 2023

[Women in Mourning], ca. 1856-1860s, DeGolyer Library, SMU.

In August 2023, SMU Libraries uploaded and/or updated 298 items in SMU Libraries Digital Collections. Highlights include: 150 rare or unique Texas imprints, 1836-1950, including 146 broadsides covering various political events in Texas, from prohibition to opposition to President Truman. Highlights include an article announcing James Garfield’s assassination, Senator Bailey’s campaign platform, and a list of…Continue Reading SMU Libraries Digital Collections Update: August 2023

2023 STAR Award

From left to right: Melissa Johnson, Sandy Miller, Muku Santhanakrishnan, Tracey Rinehart, Gayle Freeman-Staggs, and Justin Harrison standing in front of the Kitt Investing and Trading Center in the Business Library

Announcing the Business Library‘s 2023 Super Teacher Advocating Research (STAR) Award winner is Muku Santhanakrishnan, Clinical Professor of Finance, and Associate Director of the MSF Program at Cox. Muku engaged with the Business Library principally through the MSF program.  He was instrumental in advocating for students to utilize library resources even before they begin their…Continue Reading 2023 STAR Award

What We Keep: The Objects of Immigrants to America – Wine Reception & Artist’s Talk

Goodbye to Baba - work by Jane Chu

The exhibition, What We Keep: The Objects of Immigrants to America, is an installation of fifteen drawings by artist, Jane Chu. The exhibition centers upon her mother’s journey out of China during the Chinese Revolution of 1949. In addition to her mother’s journey, Chu tells a series of stories about individuals who have immigrated to the…Continue Reading What We Keep: The Objects of Immigrants to America – Wine Reception & Artist’s Talk

Are you ready for your Business Library alumni status?

Cox alumni card saying get your Business Library alumni card.

Cox alumni may obtain lifetime free access to most library resources when visiting the Business Library in person. Please complete the Request an Alumni Card form (choose Cox School of Business from the menu) and a Business Library staff member will reach out by email. The Business Library alumni cards are valid at most SMU…Continue Reading Are you ready for your Business Library alumni status?