The 34th season of the SMU Tate Lecture Series continues January 26 featuring Sarah Kay.
A spoken-word poet who began performing in New York City at age 14, Kay is the founder and co-director of Project VOICE, which uses the spoken word to entertain, educate and inspire young students. She is the author of two books of poems, B and No Matter the Wreckage.
Ebby Halliday Realtors is proud to be in the third year of a four-year sponsorship of the Tate Lecture Series, which brings a broad range of intellectual and entertaining voices to SMU and the D-FW community. A portion of the proceeds from each lecture supports the next generation of leaders by providing full-tuition scholarships and study-abroad opportunities for exceptional SMU students. For single-lecture tickets, visit smu.edu/tateseries.
The 33rd season of the SMU Tate Lecture Series kicks off September 29 with an evening featuring former Secretarys of State Colin Powell and Madeline Albright.
The Ebby Halliday Companies are proud to be in the second year of a four-year sponsorship of the series, which brings a broad range of intellectual and entertaining voices to SMU and the D-FW community. This year’s Ebby Halliday Companies Lecture features Robin Roberts, co-anchor of ABC News’ Good Morning America, cancer survivor and author of “Everybody’s Got Something.”
A portion of the proceeds from each lecture supports the next generation of leaders by providing full-tuition scholarships and study-abroad opportunities for exceptional SMU students. To learn more, click here.
Looking for a stimulating evening that’s sure to elevate the discourse in your home? Then mark your calendar now for the SMU Tate Lecture Series Ebby Halliday Companies Lecture featuring Garry Kasparov on March 4.
Garry was the youngest-ever world chess champion at 22, and holds the distinction of being the longest No. 1 rated chess player ever. He also is a renowned global human-rights activist and the author of several books, including, “How Life Imitates Chess,” an in-depth look at the parallels between decision-making in chess and in the business world.
Born in Baku, in what was then the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic (now the Republic of Azerbaijan), Kasparov taught himself how to play chess at 5 years old by watching his relatives solve chess puzzles in a newspaper. He went on to become the world’s No. 1 ranked player for more than 21 years, a record that far outstrips all other champions.
An evening with Garry Kasparov is sure to be a memorable and intellectually rewarding experience. Now, it’s your move: Tickets for the Ebby Halliday Companies Lecture are priced from $45 and may be purchased at smu.edu/tateseries.