Today’s health crisis and human rights movement may differ from anything we’ve seen before, but Mustangs of every generation have faced challenges in their times. Sometimes we’ve stumbled. Sometimes we’ve triumphed. But for more than 100 years, we’ve been engaged.
SMU has met the challenges introduced by COVID-19 with innovation, creativity and resilience. In the midst of the pandemic, here are some of the ways that SMU has continued to be Mustang Strong.
In the wake of nationwide protests, Black SMU alumni share their stories and call for meaningful action to address issues of inequity and bias.
Maria Dixon Hall, SMU’s ﬁrst chief diversity officer, is committed to creating an environment in which every Mustang is visible and valued.
Through his Black Menswear Instagram, Dapper Conversations roundtables and BM & Company clothing, businessman and social entrepreneur NeAndre Broussard ’11 gives new meaning to the term “power suit.”
Author, serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley CEO Promise Phelon ’93 talks about opportunity, bias and why institutions must change to thrive.