Southwestern University will begin the fall semester on August 24. Completion of on-campus instruction will end before Thanksgiving.
Current and alumni student–athletes share how a student organization facilitates dialogue about racial oppression.
Southwestern microbiologist Martín Gonzalez weighs in on the science of the latest coronavirus.
Chemistry major and cellist Sydney Seavey ’20 shares how she has found harmony in music and the path toward medical school.
The U.S. Census Bureau released population estimates showing that Georgetown is ranked seventh on the list of fastest-growing cities in the country with a population of more than 50,000.
Sevara Sobhani ’20 cherishes how the Bahá’í Faith and the Southwestern community are devoted to inclusivity and independent thinking.
SU students share what special things they miss about the campus we had to leave behind.
A dispatch from the 2020 pandemic
Trombley is the first woman to hold the top leadership position at Texas’s first university.
For student–athletes Ben Patterson ’17 and Michael Patterson ’17, the Southwestern Experience included a foray into entrepreneurship.
“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.” —Archbishop Desmond Tutu
For Lindsey Knapton ’10, the Southwestern Experience, the Peace Corps, and a job at the Texas Senate shaped her current path as an assistant attorney general.
Golfers Leilani McDaniel ’20 and Emily Campbell ’20 demonstrate the importance of teamwork in an inherently individual sport.
Best friends and teammates Alexis Dimanche ’20 and Dean Dulthummon ’20 compete for most career wins in SU men’s tennis history.
Southwestern University faculty and staff share their experiences of transitioning face-to-face classrooms to remote learning.
Southwestern University students share their reflections on the COVID-19 crisis and the transition to remote learning.
From Interim President Dale Knobel
EBONY empowers Black students while embracing intersectionality.
Bring your Pirate spirit to your at-home meetings or classes.
SU is featured in the 2020 edition of The Princeton Review’s guide to best colleges for return on investment.
SU students and faculty celebrate their 2019 Southwestern Experience.
In which the author shares her observations of SU’s body of remarkable students and alumni.
Ever wonder what Southwestern professors do in their spare time? In an interview with Alicia Moore, associate professor of education, we learn that her talents and passions extend well beyond the classroom.
Therese Shelton, associate professor of mathematics, discusses the process, value, and difficulty of modeling a pandemic like COVID-19.
Associate Professor of Business Debika Sihi shares her recommendation in Forbes.
Southwestern faculty reflect on how remote teaching might change how they teach in the classroom when campus life resumes this fall.
SU faculty reflect on the challenges—and some unexpected rewards—of moving their classes online.
History and political science double major Meredith Murphy ’16 reflects on the many benefits of a liberal-arts education.
For Zack Nesbit ’13, a life worth living means always learning and never compromising one’s passions.
Ten years after graduation, this alumnus and primary photographer for Southwestern events looks back on how his education framed his vision for a successful artistic career.
Southwestern alumna Rachel Hancock ’14 uses her abilities to help a community she loves.
Current Board of Trustee Amanda McMillian ’95 has most recently served as chair of SU’s
Presidential Search Advisory Committee.
Serendipity led Kristin Ellermann ’10 to major in Latin American studies, study abroad, join the Peace Corps, and become an educator.
Associate Professor of Education and Chair
Multiculturalism/Culturally Responsive Teaching; Differentiated Instruction for diverse populations; Early Childhood Best Practices
Associate Professor of Education
Educator preparation in special education; Differentiated Instruction; Collaborative Teaching; Instructional Assessment
Professor of Education
Teacher Education, with an emphasis on Secondary Education.
Visiting Instructor of Education
Part-Time Assistant Professor of Education
Teacher Certification Coordinator