“We recognize that homecoming has made great progress, and that this will be the most-inclusive Homecoming in SMU’s history. However, there is still more work the university must do to ensure that no student feels isolated or excluded throughout the Homecoming competition process.”
Place a professional football player, an associate athletic director, a human rights director, and a sportscaster in charge of a discussion on athletes and money, and you are sure to … Read More
The Embrey Human Rights program is hosting a free human rights careers forum for SMU students wondering how to turn their degree into a job. The forum will take place … Read More
The Embrey Human Rights Program held a panel on human trafficking in the McCord Auditorium Tuesday in the hopes of raising awareness of the ongoing epidemic around the world.
Only five SMU students were selected for the most prestigious Human Rights honor the Embrey Human Rights Program offers – the Community Outreach Fellowship
The Embrey Human Rights Program at SMU will soon offer a new scholarship in memory of Santos Rodriguez, a boy killed by a Dallas police officer in 1973.
The Embrey Human Rights Program presents Triumph of the Spirit Award worth $25,000 that will be given to a person who has dedicated his or her life to social justice and human rights issues on a local, national or global scale. A related award worth $5,000 will be given to a human rights defender specifically in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.