The Association of Southwestern University Alumni

What Alumni Are Doing Right Now

  • Steve Lufburrow ’81 has won a national award for his work with Goodwill Industries

  • Glover Johnson ’89, regional manager for Pfizer in Illinois, will be on campus Monday, October 27, speaking with students about internships and careers in the health field.

  • Wondering what Southwestern’s recent graduates are doing now? Read their Success Stories

  • Andy Miller ’93 has been named president and CEO of the Austin nonprofit Any Baby Can

  • The Day It Snowed In Miami, a documentary film executive produced by Shed Boren ’87, has been nominated for a a 2014 Emmy Award. 

  • Paul Santa Cruz ’06 has been offered a contract from the University of North Texas Press for his book Making JFK Matter: Popular Memory and the 35th President

  • Gus Sterneman ’06 has been named assistant conductor of the Austin Civic Orchestra