Business leaders, SMU swimming supporters and longtime friends Steven J. Lindley ’74 and Bruce Robson ’74 received Cox Distinguished Alumni Awards, and Courtney Caldwell ’00 and Ryan Dalton ’01 were honored as Outstanding Young Alumni on May 10.
Senior Meredith Burke ’19, ’20 is a third-generation Mustang who thrives on taking on challenges like juggling a hectic academic and extracurricular schedule. She is triple-majoring to earn bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering (ME), art and math and working toward her master’s degree in ME.
Military veterans aspiring to SMU’s innovative graduate education in engineering and business have a new scholarship opportunity with The Milledge A. Hart, III Scholarship Fund for Veterans of the United States Marine Corps.
Tim Leach, Bobby B. Lyle ’67 and Cary M. Maguire were honored for their long-term impact and ethical leadership in the energy industry by the Cox School of Business.
With a recent gift by the daughter of renowned Texas artist Jerry Bywaters, the Meadows Museum has become the largest repository of his artwork. Additional materials expand the Jerry Bywaters Collection on Art of the Southwest in Hamon Arts Library.
Meet Chris ’75 and Connie ’77 O’Neill, co-chairs of the SMU Parent Leadership Council. Their son, Jack ’19, is a double major in engineering and mathematics. As they prepare for his graduation in May, the O’Neills reflect on the past four years and look forward to the future.
SMU took a giant leap forward in the rapidly shifting digital frontier with the groundbreaking of the Gerald J. Ford Hall for Research and Innovation on February 22.
Thank you for your support on SMU Giving Day. In just 24 hours, more than 3,200 world changers gave over $1.3 million to support the causes we care about. The impact of this day will be felt around the globe.
Ana Rodriguez ’03, director of the Cox School of Business Latino Leadership Initiative, says she is “managerially focused and empirically driven” as she helps top companies recruit, retain and develop diverse workforces.
The Wolves continues the close collaboration between the Meadows School of the Arts theatre program and the Dallas Theater Center. See the hit play focusing on an elite squad of female soccer warriors from March 6 through April 14 at the Studio Theatre.