Alumni will join students and other volunteers from the campus community to lend a helping hand at 10 Dallas-area nonprofits on October 13.
Find out how an interdisciplinary research cluster created new connections between graduate students and faculty and launched conversations exploring biases and inclusion.
Scholarships and the chance to double major in music and electrical engineering brought Jay Appaji ’19 to SMU. Now his music cognition research is gaining an international audience.
Enjoy this roundup of interesting stories and visuals highlighting some of the people and events making news on the Hilltop.
The Dallas Independent School District, Toyota and SMU are creating a new and innovative PreK-8 STEM school in West Dallas.
SMU parents will have a chance to see the Hilltop through their students’ eyes during Family Weekend 2018, September 28–29. Highlights include school events, the SMU-Houston Baptist football game and Spring Awakening,the fall student musical.
In a new video, Professor Maria Dixon Hall discusses the Cultural Intelligence Initiative, or CIQ@SMU, and its mission to equip the SMU community with the skills to manage and communicate effectively in complex cultural contexts.
SMU will honor Pierce M. Allman ’54, Tucker S. Bridwell ’73, ’74 and Jane Chu ’81 with Distinguished Alumni Awards and Kelvin Beachum, Jr. ’10, ’12 with the Emerging Leader Award on November 1.
SMU DataArts will serve as the new national hub for data resources, insights and analyses to illuminate strengths, challenges and opportunities for arts organizations with the aim of ensuring long-term stability.
Highland Capital Management Tower Scholar Visakh Madathil ’21 spent his summer in Washington, D.C. as a data-science/ software engineering intern. His biggest takeaway? To solve complex issues, understanding “the human side is just as important” as the technology.