News & Faculty Experts
The latest cluster of earthquakes to hit North Texas is focused in the vicinity of the old Texas Stadium in Irving. A team of SMU seismologists is trying to understand exactly where and why they are occurring. Read more.
2015 Women's Symposium
Set for March 4, 2015, the Women's Symposium is the longest continuously running program of its nature in the country. One of SMU's oldest traditions, it is celebrating its 50th year.
A New Political Season
With Congress and the Texas Legislature opening new sessions, SMU political experts such as Cal Jill offer insights.
Meadows Museum at 50
SMU’s Meadows Museum is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2015 with a series of special Golden Anniversary exhibitions and programs.
SMU faculty offer expert commentary on the humanitarian, legal and moral issues in play as the immigration debate continues.
Preserving The Dream
Activities at SMU and in Dallas Jan. 17-22 will honor the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mexican Brain Drain
SMU's Tower Center will feature "The Other Immigrants: Mexican Brain Drain to the USA" on Jan. 21 in Carr Collins Hall.
A historic fight between Pres. Obama and Congress seems to be brewing, and award-winning presidential scholar Jeffrey A. Engel can put it in perspective.
Understanding Armed Conflicts
Assistant Law Prof. Christopher Jenks teaches and writes on the law of armed conflict and criminal justice..
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