SMU President R. Gerald Turner will be a featured panelist on education and health in the Metroplex at a special symposium this Saturday, May 22, from 2-4 p.m., at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. The event is the first in a series this year produced by The Dallas Morning News, celebrating the newspaper's 125th year.

In addition to Turner, the panel will feature David Daniel, president of the University of Texas at Dallas, Gary Brock, chief operating officer of Baylor Health Care System, and Bob Mong, moderator and editor of The Dallas Morning News. SMU is host and education partner of the symposium series.

Space is limited for this free event. Click here to reserve your seating. Click here for a map of remote parking lot and shuttle stops.

Complimentary parking and shuttle service are available at the DART Park 'n Ride lot at Mockingbird Station. Shuttles will run continuously beginning at 1 p.m. All shuttles are handicap accessible. There will be SMU signage to mark the shuttle drop-off and pick-up locations. We strongly encourage you to use this service, as on-campus parking will be limited.

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