SMU’s data-empowered faculty and students deploy research as a force for good in a relentless quest for solutions with lasting impact. Read how SMU is breaking ground on a new home for digital explorers with the new Gerald J. Ford Hall for Research and Innovation.
SMU football player, NFL Hall-of-Famer, coach and administrator Forrest Gregg died April 12, 2019.
Military veterans aspiring to SMU’s innovative graduate education in engineering and business have a new scholarship opportunity with The Milledge A. Hart, III Scholarship Fund for Veterans of the United States Marine Corps.
Doug Parker, chairman and chief executive officer of American Airlines Group Inc. and its subsidiary, American Airlines, will be the featured speaker during SMU’s May Commencement Convocation at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 18, in Moody Coliseum.
Haley Taylor Schlitz was accepted at nine law schools but opted to enroll at SMU Dedman School of Law.
SMU scientists Kate Andrzejewski, with Dale Winkler and Louis Jacobs have identified Convolosaurus marri from fossils collected at Proctor Lake. The research has published in the journal PLOS ONE.
April 8 through May 4: Asian American Heritage Month - SMU celebrates Asian American Heritage Month! Nationally celebrated in May, we celebrate starting in April to celebrate with our students before the semester ends. Programming will be hosted throughout the month, please join us!
April 18: The Future of Saudi-American Relations in the Wake of the Khashoggi Killing - Elżabieta M. Goździak (Georgetown Univ.) and Ashvina Patel (SMU).
April 19: Good Friday – no classes/University offices closed.
April 22: The Growing Demand for Electricity: Can Renewables do the job? - Bud Weinstein (SMU).
May 2: When they Came Home: Soldiers and American Society from the Revolution to the War on Terror - Lesley Gordon (Univ. Alabama), Chad Williams (Brandeis), Nate Packard (Marine Corps Univ.), Kori Schake (Int’l Institute for Strategic Studies), Lindsay Chervinsky (SMU).
Meadows Museum — through June 2
A Highway to the Pacific: The Transcontinental Railroad, Hillcrest Foundation Exhibit Hall, Fondren Library West — through May 19
Texas Women Artists: Selections from Bywaters Special Collections, Hamon Arts Library Second Floor — through August
Modern Masters Tapestries, Fondren Library — through May
Monuments of Early Greek Printing, Bridwell Library — through May 20
The Word Embodied: Scripture as Creative Inspiration in Twentieth-Century Book Arts, Bridwell Library — through June 15
Goya’s Visions in Ink: The Centerpiece of the Meadows Drawings Collection, Meadows Museum — April 30 – November 3, 2019