A few changes will be made to classes in the era of COVID-19.
On today’s Daily Update, the Perkins School of Theology led a March for Justice, SMU names a new Provost, and an SMU professor has created a card game based off of a classic novel.
SMU has named Steven Currall as its provost. His appointment will become effective Jan. 1, 2016. He will also serve as vice president for academic affairs.
SMU announced Steven C. Currall as its third provost candidate for the position of University Provost. The announcement was made to SMU faculty and staff Oct. 16 around 12:05 p.m. … Read More
SMU announced Michele G. Wheatly as its second candidate for the position of University Provost Oct. 7.
SMU announced David Chard, dean of Simmons School of Education and Human Development, as its first candidate for the position of University Provost.
The search for a new Provost and a new Vice President for Student Affairs is underway, but interim leaders are beginning to take over until the searches are complete.
The search is on for the next SMU Provost. The SMU Mustangs are in Louisville, KY getting ready for the Big Dance, plus president Obama has released his NCAA bracket … Read More
SMU began its search for a new provost today to replace current Provost Paul Ludden, President R. Gerald Turner announced to the SMU community via a university-wide email.
SMU Provost Paul Ludden informed the SMU community today that he will be stepping down from his position June 1, 2015. He announced his choice to step down via an … Read More