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SMU President R. Gerald Turner’s message to a group of business and civic leaders gathered at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas was simple and clear: return on the investment in SMU made by Dallas leaders more than 100 years ago continues to be strong.
"I wouldn't be working on the Hill without doing internships in different disciplines. Who else but an SMU Meadows student can say they were published on the front page of a newspaper in a top five media market and interned for a past President in the same school year?," said Natalie Yezbick '15 (CCPA), Deputy Press Secretary for Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX). Read more.
Frisco-based J.W. Logistics, LLC, took top honors at the 27th Annual SMU Cox Dallas 100™ Awards Ceremony, which pays tribute to the top Dallas entrepreneurial companies based on percentage sales growth and absolute dollar growth over the previous three years.
The modern link between high carbon dioxide levels and climate change didn’t appear to hold true for a time interval about 22 million years ago; but now a new study has found the link does indeed exist.
The 42,000 square foot center makes a big splash in Division I swimming and diving with facilities, including coaching and training technology designed to prepare men's and women's swimmers and divers for the highest level of competition.
The collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of 1991 was widely perceived as a victory for freedom and democracy – the end of the Cold War. Yet, international chaos threatened, says Prof. Jeffrey Engel, director of SMU’s Center for Presidential History.
Men's basketball continues playing at home in Moody for the next two games, while the women have two games on the road. The women return to Moody on Nov. 21 and the men are on the road for three games, until Nov. 28.