More Great Stories with World Changing Impact
There’s no doubt that the pandemic has changed how we live, learn, work and teach. We’ve been working hard across campus to welcome our new and continuing Mustangs this fall!
Finding Your Place
Kaitlyn Contreras, '20 was the first in her family to go to college. Find out how she found her place at SMU.
Tom & Chance Buning ‘20
Father-and-son graduates Tom Buning ’20 and Chance Buning ’20 have great memories from their shared time as students at SMU.
Here We Go, Mustangs!
They’ve put in the hard work, and now the Class of 2019 is ready for life’s next big adventure.
Mickey's Wild Ride
From bobsledding to the Oklahoma State Legislature, Mickey Dollens ’11 never quits.
SMU professors bring innovative tools and techniques to wherever the students are. And it only starts in the classroom.
Conquering the Divide
SMU researchers hope their work will help cities make more equitable choices for residents of neighborhoods like Dallas' Vickery Meadow.
Cooking Up Something Good
SMU first-year student Sarah Tersigni spoons a tiny piece of eggshell from the four eggs she's cracked into a glass bowl. She's making the filling for the lemon squares that she will serve later to fellow students in her residence hall.
Here We Go Mustangs '20
The COVID-19 pandemic changed everything this semester, but couldn’t stop our 2020 grads. They pivoted to remote classes and continued to learn, create and achieve.
“SMU allowed me to try so many new things and supported my intellectual curiosity. Looking back, it is really cool to see all that I have accomplished.”
- Monica Lee '20
SMU alum Courtney Caldwell ’00 and her husband, Tye, are shaking up the salon industry with ShearShare, a mobile B2B platform shaped for the gig economy.