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Thomas Knock

Recalling McGovern
History Prof. Thomas Knock has written a new biography on 1972 presidential hopeful George McGovern.

Anthony for Student Adventures

Learning on the Trail
Students blog from the presidential campaign trail as part of a communications class.

Portrait of Marie Cronin, c. 1906 by Claudio Castelucho y Diana (Spanish, 1870-1927)

New Meadows Exhibits
Two new exhibits featuring female artists open this weekend at the Meadows Museum.

Fred Chang

Prestigious Honor
Fred Chang, director of SMU’s Darwin Deason Institute for Cyber Security, named to the National Academy of Engineering.

Dallas News: Alumna knits for game luck  
Wash. Post: Realism 'will almost certainly be fleeting'
Research Day 2016 winners announced
Poets&Writers: Kimbilio nurtures black writers
Daily Mail: Eco-friendly the new status symbol
Investor's: Wealth of cities important
Reporter: Book that changed my life
Poem about Dallas Hall published
Fox 4: Politicians: Who Do You Trust?  
SMU announces 2016 football schedule  
Conde Nast: SMU campus ranked 6th among most beautiful in America
More News Stories

 

Libraries & Museums

George W. Bush

Campus Events

Inside the African American Experience: August Wilson Monologue Competition Comes to DallasMonologue Competition
Meadows School brings the August Wilson Monologue Competition for high school students to Dallas Feb. 15.
 Feb. 14: Meadows Chamber Orchestra Student Conductors’ Concert
 Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day Piano Duo Concert
 Feb. 15: Meadows Chamber Players: Schubert and Brahms
 Feb. 15-19: TEDxSMU
 Feb. 17: Life and Times of George McGovern
 Feb. 18: Carlotta Corpron: Stretching Reality
 Feb. 19: Concert honoring Prof. Joaquín
     Achúcarro for 25 years at SMU

 Feb. 25: Former poet laureate at SMU
 Through Feb. 27: Black History Month
 March 2: Women's Symposium
 March 7-13: Spring Break
 April 15-16: Founders' Day Weekend
More Events & Academic Calendars »

Current Exhibits

 Francis Asbury: The Father of American Methodism
     Through May 14, 2016
 The Travels in Ithaca:
New Paintings by Scott Gleeson

     Through May 16, 2016
 Salvador Dalí, An Early Surrealist Masterpiece
     Through June 19, 2016
 Highlights from the Ruth and Lyle Sellers Medical Collection
     Through July 1, 2016

Hilltop Highlights

Black History Month Collage

Black History Month
SMU is celebrating Black History Month during February with a variety of events and presentations.

SMU Adventures in Mount Tabor

SMU Adventures
Blogs by students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.

Luminary Award

Luminary Awards
SMU's Simmons School recognizes those taking fresh and research-based approaches to education.  

SMU Alumni

Alumni News
Meet the dynamic SMU alumni duo behind fun-and-food hot spots.

SMU Mustang Football Helmet

National Signing Day
The SMU Mustangs football program announces the signing of 25 student-athletes.    

Salvador Dali

Dali Aquisition
Meadows Museum acquires an important early Surrealist work by Spanish artist Salvador Dalí, L’homme poisson.

Health & Safety

It's On UsLive Responsibly
Important information about sexual misconduct and substance abuse, including a message from President Turner.