"SMU-X is nothing short of a quiet revolution in education. Students are given the license to do extraordinary things, and they certainly rise to the occasion when challenged.
SMU-X classes are intense and lot of work, but they are never boring. I hope my students finish the term exhausted and with an unforgettable and meaningful experience. SMU-X is not about information transfer (from prof to students), but instead it is about students embodying, experiencing, and applying knowledge first-hand."
Christie Scollon is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean at SMU's School of Social Sciences. Prof Scollon has been researching the topic of subjective well-being (SWB or happiness) for over 15 years. She has published over 30 academic articles on SWB, including on the teaching of SWB. Prof Scollon received the Excellent Teacher Award for the School of Social Sciences in 2009, 2014, and 2015. She is also a recipient of the Lee Kong Chian Fellowship for Research Excellence