We're looking ahead
This spring, we’re already thinking ahead about a safe in-person fall semester. Tell us what you're most looking forward to when we return to regular on-campus activities. See Videos here.
Invitation to the Black Album Mixtape
Just 19 days. 456 hours. That's how long it's been since the year 2020 ended. A year of unrest. A year of mourning and loss. A year of isolation. It was a year that left none of us untouched.
Lab-on-a-chip aims to detect COVID antibodies in minutes
Research led by two SMU engineers has potential to speed up recognition of coronavirus immune response.
Convincing Americans to vaccinate will take a conversation
The psychology of vaccination is about influence, not a mandate says SMU's Austin Baldwin.
Moving Forward Together
The University shares the roadmap for making SMU more welcoming and inclusive for our Black community.
A $15 million gift from Sharoll and Bryan S. Sheffield ’01 to SMU’s Edwin L. Cox School of Business will empower future entrepreneurs by creating new technology-equipped collaborative spaces.
Important collections from the World Methodist Museum incorporating material from the lives of John and Charles Wesley are moving to SMU's Bridwell Library.
Dr. Turner shares a letter of support for the Asian community
Bumble CEO/Founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, who began sharpening her entrepreneurial skills as a student at SMU, will deliver her alma mater's May Commencement Address.
SMU mourns the loss of educator, trailblazer and University leader Ruth Prouse Morgan who served as a professor of political science at SMU for 20 years and as the University’s first female provost from 1986–1993.
SMU will remain test-optional for first-year undergraduate applicants seeking admission and scholarships for both fall 2022 and spring 2023.
A $5 million gift from longtime SMU supporters Mary and Rich Templeton will bolster student excellence and doctoral research in SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering through endowed scholarships and fellowships.
Jan. 26-27: Every year SMU honors Martin Luther King Jr. with Dream Week when students return to classes for the spring semester. Contribute service on Tuesday, Jan. 26 and join a Unity Circle on Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Every year our nation celebrates the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage Americans to improve our communities. But in many ways this year’s MLK Day will be very different than in years past.
The violence and disruption at the U.S. Capitol yesterday were deplorable, as is any attempt to erode the rule of law, our founding principles of freedom, and the institutions and symbols of our great nation.
April 22 @ 12pm: Flash Class: The impact of the Derek Chauvin verdict - Join an all-University Virtual Flash Class to explore the verdict’s impact on our society. Sponsored by the University Diversity Council and Dedman School of Law.
April 23 @ 4:30pm: Lyric on the Lawn Outdoor Concert Series - Members of the Meadows Lyric Theatre ensemble, under the direction of Hank Hammett, present their first live concerts in a year – outdoors, with appropriate social distancing!
April 27 @ 12:15pm: Meadows Museum Virtual Lecture: Learning@Lunch：“The Book as Art & Artifact at Bridwell Library Special Collections” - Arvid Nelsen, Curator of Rare Books & Manuscripts and Librarian for Special Collections, Bridwell Library Special Collections.
April 29 @ 6:30pm - 7:30pm: Sun & Star: Networked Japanese Investment in Mexico's Automotive Sector: Cooperation, Small-and-Medium-Sized Enterprises and Challenges Under the USMCA - The Seminar will address, in the first part, Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in Mexico’s Automotive Sector, its role in the formation of regional networks of production, the participation of Small and Medium Enterprises and challenges under USMCA.
Wednesdays @ noon: #MuseumFromHome - Several ways to digitally engage with the Meadows Museum, including Color Our Collection, Tiny Tours and Crafternoons.
Now Open! Visit the special exhibit "Out of Many, One"- at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Building on the Boulevard: Celebrating 20 Years in the Meadows Museum's New Home - March 14 through June 20, 2021. See guidelines for a safe visit.
Fossils to Film: The Best of SMU's Collections - March 14 through June 20, 2021.
“Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion”: James G. Blaine, Grover Cleveland, and the Election of 1884
- A DeGolyer Library online exhibit.
DeForrest Judd – Sketches of Texas – Sketches of Texas Regions -Big Bend, Caddo Lake, Gulf Coast, Online exhibit
Octavio Medellin: Maya Toltec Temples and Carvings, 1938
– Online exhibit