Students in Southwestern’s Financial Analyst Program are responsible for managing a hefty portion of the University’s endowment.
Here are some basic tips on paying for college for students and their families.
Writing the college application essay is stressful. Here’s how to share your story and set yourself apart.
SU maintains its top spot in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 college guide.
Business major T. J. Vela ’19 shares his memories of a marketing internship with the Round Rock Express Minor League Baseball team.
SU is recognized for social mobility, research, and promoting public service.
The first in our series of Southwestern Burger Cart Conversations.
SU maintains its spot as #1 among small, private, nonprofit liberal-arts colleges in Texas and in the Grateful Grads Index.
Southwestern staff and students share their humorous stories of studying around the globe.
Many college admission offices begin accepting applications on August 1. Here’s how to navigate the process and put your best foot forward.
President Edward Burger visited the Googleplex to discuss how we all can become more effective and creative problem-solvers.
Second-year students can benefit from an exclusive new professional-development summit.
Rebecca Richardson ’20, a business major with a double minor in data science and communication studies, shares her experiences as a Fed intern.
Senior Abigail Luna is the 20th recipient from SU to earn the Texas Association of School Personnel Administrators scholarship.
Current senior Ellie Crowley describes how interning with the National Endowment for the Arts connects to her past experiences at SU and has shaped her future career path.
Ana Sanchez ’22, Justin McCormack ’20, and Megan Melo ’21 reflect on their hands-on internships in the operating room and in the research lab.
Political science and history double major Teresa Cropper ’20 believes that civic engagement is about “bettering your community through engagement.”
Professor of Studio Art Star Varner and Southwestern students investigate the whereabouts of a controversial 1941 mural.
Gillian Glover ’19 majored in business, math, and Spanish and studied abroad twice.
Lizzie Barry ’21 relishes her semester abroad in London.
SU ranks among “the best and most interesting” four-year colleges and universities.
The Established Men Promoting Intelligence, Respect, and Efficacy of SU build community and promote intercultural learning on and off campus.
SU hosts the 20th annual Research and Creative Works Symposium.
The University joins institutions dedicated to making a college education more accessible.
Lauren Gillespie ’19 reflects on what it takes to research, present, and publish successfully as a chemistry and computer science double major.
Austin named fourth pet-friendliest large city in the U.S.
Assistant Director of Student Activities Jennifer Frias is making connections and supporting student life at Southwestern.
For the third year running, SU has received an unprecedented number of applications.
Jonah Rohne ’19 reflects on his favorite part of the University: the faculty.
Southwestern is ranked #1 among schools for using renewable electricity.
SU is one of 123 campuses in 31 states recognized for promoting civic engagement.
For almost six decades now, Southwestern alumni have helped build community across the world through volunteer service in the Peace Corps.
Scott Rocher ’04 and Blithe Casterline Rocher ’05 reflect on their Southwestern Experience.
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.
Part-Time Assistant Professor of Education