A $15 million gift from Sharoll and Bryan S. Sheffield ’01 to SMU’s Edwin L. Cox School of Business will empower future entrepreneurs by creating new technology-equipped collaborative spaces.
Five outstanding students sharing a passion for academics, pride in their heritage and a commitment to doing a world of good have been awarded 2021 Hispanic Alumni Scholarships.
As a research and data science powerhouse, SMU helps Dallas extend its reach nationally and internationally.
Richard A. Duschl, a leader in SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering known for his continuing contributions to science education through research, has been elected a member of the National Academy of Education.
Tuesday, April 13 is SMU Giving Day, an exciting and powerful 24-hour challenge when we champion causes we care about. Join the conversations about #SMUOneDay on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and help spread the word.
Founders’ Day Weekend will include Sing Song on Friday and the SMU Ring Ceremony on Saturday.
Toyelle Wilson arrives on the Hilltop after two seasons at Michigan – and stretches at Baylor and Prairie View A&M – with plans to bring “passion, energy and joy” to the program.
The Mustangs won the inaugural Eastern College Athletic Conference Equestrian championship and earned five conference post-season awards with six riders named to all-conference teams.
This spring, we’re already thinking ahead about a safe in-person fall semester. Members of the SMU community share what they’re most looking forward to.
Gifts totaling $650,000 from two couples with profound personal connections to the SMU Human Rights Program provide crucial resources for the renowned initiative, one of only seven of its kind in the United States.