“Sustainability on the Hilltop” is an important concept brought forth by Nikki Carenza, a junior at Southern Methodist University, in her project presentation during the Engaged Learning Fall Symposium on the morning of Friday, Oct. 30.
African immigrants come to Dallas for a multitude of reasons. Some come to escape political turmoil. Others come for better educational opportunities. Mary Ondari, a native Kenyan, came to the … Read More
The Engaged Learning Fall Symposium celebrates its fourth year in the Hughes-Trigg Forum 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30. Susan Kress, executive director of Engaged Learning, is … Read More
April 12-16 marks international Global Brigades Week, a week dedicated to honoring the work and mission of Global Brigades: to empower volunteers and under-resourced communities to resolve global health and economic disparities by igniting the largest student-led social responsibility movement on the planet.
On today’s Pony UPdate, enrollment for MayTerm is officially open, and you can sign up for classes at my.smu.edu.
On today’s Pony UPdate, Engaged Learning is holding an event today for students to learn more about creating copyrights and patents from a business attorney. Plus the SMU LitFest continues … Read More
Graduating seniors Adam Gannon, Mindy McClean, and Hilary Hopkins presented research findings in the Hughes-Trigg Forum Wednesday morning. Gannon, an Economics major, spoke about the role of peroxiredoxins in alleviating … Read More
For 41 years SMU-in-Taos has been available for students desiring a unique opportunity to study outside of the SMU campus. Now students can intern and research while in Taos throughout … Read More
Engaged Learning week commenced with “The Lucky Cup” event in Cafe 100 on Feb. 8 at 4:30 p.m. The event included speeches and performances from the engaged learners, free coffee and Girl Scout cookies distributed by people such as the provost and vice president of student affairs, and a much better understanding of what Engaged Learning is and how one can be involved.
Forty seniors say goodbye to Engaged Learning as week-long program grows to new heights.