Three employees have tested positive for COVID-19 less than two weeks after all staff were recalled to campus. At least one more case is awaiting confirmation.
SMU’s Kairos is looking for your best academic papers and creative writing pieces for its Fall 2019 issue.
Two SMU Ph.D. students shared their research about women’s baroreflex responses and the long-term issues that may arise from concussions of collegiate athletes on Friday at the Research on Exercise … Read More
The SMU Simmons School of Education and Human Development welcomed Stephanie L. Knight as the school’s new dean April 25. Knight replaces current Dean ad interim Paige Ware, who was … Read More
Simmons research project works to increase local literacy.
By Klara Bradshaw As a new semester rolls around, some students are finding themselves experiencing new classrooms in the latest building built on campus. Harold Clark Simmons Hall is the second building … Read More
One SMU dean is leaving to become president of another university, a Dallas company is finding ways to facilitate local start-ups, and the women’s equestrian team is beating the competition find out all this and more on today’s Daily Update.
Hundreds gather to honor the Simmons family and dedicate the new Harold Clark Simmons Hall.
Harold Clark Simmons Education Building Grand Opening today and SMU Men’s Tennis Match today. SMU-TV’s Trina-Jo Pardo has the scoop.
The Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development is hosting a night of commemoration for Black History Month on Saturday Feb. 6 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. … Read More