A treasure-hunting smartphone app developed by SMU and Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT) to help low-literate adults learn to read tied for the grand prize in the competition hosted by the Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE.
Junior Chelsea Francis ’20 holds the SMU record in the 60-meter dash and has qualified for the 2019 NCAA Track & Field Indoor Championships, which start tomorrow in Birmingham, Alabama.
Perkins School of Theology is the recipient of a five-year, $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. for an initiative designed to strengthen congregational ministries with youth.
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.
Technical accomplishments, leadership and a commitment to mentoring women pursuing engineering careers earned Professor Barbara Minsker the 2019 Margaret S. Petersen Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Can psychological muscle memory training help people with anhedonia – the inability to find pleasure in any aspect of life – learn how to experience joy? Funded by a $4 million national grant, psychology researchers are launching a five-year study to find out.
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.
Find out why there’s big excitement about the SMU Big Event on March 30, check out the fall football schedule and learn about other interesting events and people making news on the Hilltop.
The University community is invited to attend the groundbreaking for the Gerald J. Ford Hall for Research and Innovation at 11:45 a.m. on Friday, February 22, at the site of the new facility on the corner of McFarlin Boulevard and Airline Road.
The new Linda and Mitch Hart Institute for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship will build upon SMU’s existing expertise in business and engineering, create a new concept-to-prototype pipeline and provide the resources, inspiration and guidance students and faculty need to turn their business plans into viable enterprises.