Students Trade Vacation for Design Challenge

Seventeen students went into SMU’s Deason Innovation Gym (the DIG) for seven days in January to design a solar cell phone charging station for partners at BetterBlock Foundation and Good Faith Energy.

Meadows Museum acquires late medieval altarpiece panel

One of only three works in the museum dating before 1450, it considerably strengthens its holdings from this important period in Spain’s history.

Beautiful Code

Double-major Eskinder Abebe’s eyes light up when you ask about his favorite project. He is fusing his passion for art and science with creative computation.

SMU to offer master of science degree in engineering entrepreneurship

SMU’s new master’s degree in Engineering Entrepreneurship, coming in fall 2017, will develop a cadre of engineers who look at the role of technology in society through a business lens.

How an SMU alum's obsession led to a life of dance

When he landed at SMU in the early 1990s on a full scholarship, Michael Trusnovec was aiming for career in musical theater. Then the Long Island native discovered the choreography of Paul Taylor.

Campus Events

Meadows Wind Ensemble

Meadows Wind Ensemble presents "Cityscapes"

A celebration on March 3 of the dramatic changes in Dallas’s skyline and the remarkable development of the city’s Arts District featuring Dallas Symphony Pops conductor Jeff Tyzik’s composition "Cityscapes for Brass Quintet and Wind Ensemble."

March 3-5: The Tempest

March 13-19: Spring Break

March 28: Research Day


Through March 11, 2017: Co-Work Space For Potential Dropouts

Through May 20, 2017: Dance of Death

Through June 30, 2017: The Archives at Bridwell Libraray