The Maguire Center is pleased to host the annual lunch and celebration honoring the service members of our SMU community.
One of our favorite celebrations on campus is our annual Veterans Day Celebration. Each year is a little different. We’ve celebrated “Red, White and Blues,” the anniversary of the USO with swing dancing, and all sort of festive events. Our celebration this year will be a formal luncheon where we celebrate The Arc of Service. This tribute is designed to bring together generations of service men and women, and to celebrate the connectedness of those groups within the SMU community. We invite all SMU faculty, staff and students and our valued community partners.
We hope you'll join us for ...
Keynote remarks from Milledge A. "Mitch" Hart, III, SMU Trustee Emeritus
Live entertainment from Meadows School of Music students
The annual presentation of SMU veteran lapel pins: a symbol of student, faculty and staff veterans's membership in the SMU veterans community
Toys for Tots drive - bring a new, unwrapped toy!
Slideshow featuring campus veterans photos running before and after formal program
Remarks from university leadership and the SMU Student Veterans organization will recognize the contributions and achievements of our university service members.
Seating is limited and registration is required. Get your tickets today!
PARKING INFORMATION: Limited free parking will be available along Bishop Boulevard on the left side of the street (along the median). Paid guest parking is also available in the Binkley Parking Center. Click here for a map of the SMU campus parking options. Please contact us if you have any mobility/access concerns.
Questions? Please contact the Maguire Ethics Center at 214-768-4255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MILLEDGE A. "MITCH" HART, III
SMU Trustee Emeritus
Known for his extraordinary service and leadership to the university and Dallas community, Linda and Mitch Hart have initiated and funded programs that enrich the lives of SMU students, such as the Hart Global Leaders Forum, the Linda and Mitch Hart eCenter, the Hart Center for Engineering Leadership, and the Linda and Mitch Hart President’s Scholars. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy and recipient of the U.S.N.A. Distinguished Graduate Award, Mr. Hart served five years in the US Marine Corps.