SMU returns to in-person learning with no mask mandate on campus despite soaring omicron infection numbers, and the “majority” of Faculty Senate disagrees.
During the Board of Trustees’ quarterly meeting May 5, current SMU President R. Gerald Turner agreed to a five-year extension of his contract, meaning President Turner will continue serving until … Read More
The realization of the UC 2016 should be taken very carefully to keep an incremental improvement from turning into a big step back.
SMU is seeking input from the campus community on whether the University should opt out of Senate Bill 11. The “campus carry” law allows concealed carry of handguns on university campuses and will be in full effect next August.
Over the past year, SMU has continued working on its Operational Excellence for the 2nd Century (OE2C) initiative to increase savings and streamline operations throughout SMU’s campus.
It is interesting—and very distressing—to see how students from all over campus are persuaded into overlooking the amount of work our Student Senate has put into SMU over the last few years.
A rundown of the first Faculty Senate meeting of 2015, held Jan. 21.
The Faculty Senate met Wednesday afternoon for its normal meeting and to hear a presentation about the Capital Campaign from Vice President for Development and External Affairs Brad Cheves and … Read More