Congratulations Thomas Kromis, MLS Alumnus!

Thomas Kromis recently accepted a full-time position with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. He completed his Master of Liberal Studies Degree with a concentration in Communication, Media and Technology. Thomas also served with the United States Marine Corps for 21 years.

Congratulations Thomas!

Congratulations Kelvin Beachum, MLS Alumnus!

Congratulations MLS graduate, NFL football player and SMU World Changer, Kelvin Beachum! The video linked below will be airing for Hispanic Heritage Month, from September 15 - October 15. The NFL chose to feature Kelvin, as he spent some time in Honduras on a mission trip through his partnership with World Vision, he sponsors STEM programs catered toward minority students, his experience hosting football camps in Mexico with his former team (Pittsburgh Steelers), and also his hometown roots of Mexia.

Kelvin is truly a World Changer doing great work across the globe. Watch the video.

Congratulations Dr. Dallie Clark, MLA Alumna!

Dallie was recently awarded an Endowed Chair position with Collin College. She will be working on what she hopes will be a wonderful exhibit and short documentary over the next two years. You can read about it in the press release.

Please join us in congratulating Dallie!

Congratulations Adam Holt, MLS Alumnus!

Adam recently published his work: The Man in the Red Tie, a biography of SMU Professor Harold Jeskey, in April and The Rathmore Chaos, A Tulley Harper Novel. He also edited SMU alumnus Dr. Sterling Moore's new book.

Adam Holt
Author, Speaker, Editor, Coach
http://adamholtwrites.com

Congratulations Randall W. Foster!

Congratulations to Randall Foster for winning the Simmons School Dean's Student Award at SMU! Randall is an exceptional scholar and community leader and we are proud to call him our student of the year! Randall Foster brings an exceptionally wide experience both within academic life and in non-academic professions. Intellectually curious, he comes impeccably well-prepared for each and every class, often reading beyond the syllabus and consistently ensuring the success of our classroom dialogue. His written contributions to graduate liberal studies scholarship makes him an advertisement for the rigor and excellence of SMU's graduate liberal studies programs.

Congratulations to Randall!