Revolution Retail Systems, a Carrollton-based cash automation and recycling tech provider, is the fastest-growing entrepreneurial company in the Dallas area, according to the SMU Cox School of Business’s Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship.
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Rich and Mary Templeton, longtime supporters of SMU, have committed $5 million for research at SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering.
SMU, Dallas ISD and Toyota are collaborating to develop a STEM-focused school in West Dallas planned for opening in 2021. With a $2 million grant from Toyota Foundation USA, SMU Simmons School will help develop evidence-based STEM curriculum and coordinate social and educational support services from community non-profits.
Maria Dixon Hall - Hard Questions, Honest Answers
“We don’t want our students and our faculty and staff members to simply 'appreciate diversity.' We want them also to effectively manage and communicate in diverse contexts, even when it means asking and responding to hard questions...to embrace the messy art of authentic conversations and relationships.” Read more.
Faculty and students in SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering will use an $849,839 grant from the National Science Foundation to improve unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) communications, with the potential to enable the next wave of drone applications ranging from delivery of consumer goods to supporting autonomous combat and search and rescue efforts.
SMU Football at Tulsa
December 24 - January 1: Holiday break: University closed
Meadows Museum exhibit through January 6, 2019