SMU may need to reconsider how many students will come to campus on federal and state-funded scholarships next year, according to President R. Gerald Turner. The SMU Board of Trustees met last week, primarily discussing proposed reductions in need-based financial … Continue reading
Here’s the live-blog. Student Senate approved a recommendation from the Organizations Committee to grant Phi Alpha Delta charter status. Recommendations regarding the charters of Guitar Club and the Graduate Women’s Organization were tabled for the second week. New Membership Chair Katherine … Continue reading
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Want to know how much President R. Gerald Turner made in 2002? What about how much Turner makes compared to VP of Student Affairs Lori White? Rejoice, dear reader! The Daily Campus unveiled a new page this weekend specifically geared … Continue reading
News Editor Sarah Kramer sends along this short report from today’s Faculty Senate meeting: President R. Gerald Turner discussed the weather policy and fall 2011 enrollment with SMU’s Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday afternoon. Turner discussed the inclement weather policy while … Continue reading
A discussion about online course evaluations, how they could be improved and whether data could be released to students, dominated Tuesday’s Student Senate meeting. Director of Academic Technology Services Brad Boeke spoke to Student Senate during Speaker’s Podium. Boeke was … Continue reading
Southern Methodist University’s Dean of the Dedman College of Humanities and Science William “Bill” Tsutsui, Ph.D., has recently been selected to the 2011 Japanese American Leadership Institute (JALD). JALD council members participate in many activities, including a symposium in Osaka, … Continue reading