<P>31 cox.smu.edugo to DEVELOPMENT innovative teaching approaches in undergraduate professional accounting education. • Contribution of the lead gift to initiate the tax concentration within the MSA program. Cox MSA graduates with this concentration enter the accounting profession as highly trained tax professionals, which further enhances their overall marketability. • Capital support for the Ernst & Young Gallery. Located in the Fincher Building of the Cox quad, the EY Gallery has long been a hub of activity for faculty, staff, students and alumni and is one of the most frequently used spaces on campus. • Sponsorship of the SMU Cox Management Brie?ng Series for more than 15 years, which has given the extended SMU community access to some of the worlds most in?uential business leaders. • Participation as a founding sponsor of the SMU Cox Latino Leadership Initiative, a center of excellence that helps participating corporations hire and develop skilled, multiculturally adept senior managers and tap the opportunities presented by growing Latino and global markets. A strong partnership with the accounting firms is critical to the success of our program, says Hemang Desai, Accounting Department chair. EYs involvement with the Cox School extends beyond providing financial support in various forms and hiring our graduates; the firm has also helped generously with instructional resources and curriculum development. We are fortunate to count EY as one of our strongest partners and one of our biggest supporters, and we look forward to many more years of this partnership. Enhancing the campus experience is a primary goal of SMUs Second Century Campaign. One important capital project, the renovation and expansion of Moody Coliseum, has greatly benefitted from the generosity of SMU Cox alumni and friends. The new and improved Moody Coliseum features new seating, entertainment areas, court improvements and infrastructure, yet it still retains the ambiance that has made Moody a favorite SMU venue for more than 50 years. Cox Executive Board member and SMU trustee David Miller (BBA 72, MBA 73) and his wife, Carolyn, committed $10 million toward the renovation project. The Miller Event Center, an addition on the north side of Moody Coliseum named in their honor, includes administrative areas to support student-athletes and coaches, suites with courtside views, and the Miller Champions Club. This 5,000-square-foot furnished entertainment area on the concourse level is named in honor of David Miller by the contributions of several friends, including leadership commitments from Gina and Tucker Bridwell (BBA 73, MBA 74) and Belle and Don Berg (MBA 77). Early funding of a feasibility study and conceptual design for this signi?cant construction project was provided by Sylvie and Gary Crum (BBA 69). Guests arriving at the arena enter through the Bolin Plaza, a paved, landscaped area at the west entrance, made possible by a gift from Jane and Pat Bolin (BA 73), member of the Cox Executive Board, and Carla and Daniel Bolin (BA 75, BS 76). An expanded menu can be enjoyed at one of the four new concession stands and grills, including two named in honor of Carrie and Craig Levering (BBA 79). The January 4 reopening of Moody attracted an over?ow crowd of more than 7,000 fans to witness the Mustangs 74–65 win over #17 Connecticut. SMU proudly ushered in Moodys new era with this historically signi?cant win. The fan experience has been enhanced throughout the facility, and our student-athletes know they are showcasing their skills in a one-of-a-kind arena that blends the best of the traditional Moody experience with 21st-century technology, says Rick Hart, director of SMU Athletics. 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