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Paideia Cohort Creates Connections With One Another and the Georgetown Community
The Paideia Connections class that wrapped in the fall of 2022 explored engaging topics and planted a community garden.LEARN MORE
The Paideia Connections class that wrapped in the fall of 2022 explored engaging topics and planted a community garden.
SU celebrates five campus community members with the 2022 Mundy Awards and recognizes those who have achieved milestone anniversaries with the University.
Southwestern University has partnered with Grupo Salinas and Centro Richard B. Salinas Pliego to create two new scholarships for high school students in Mexico.
Through the Southwestern Racial History Project, faculty and students are sharing their knowledge and expertise with colleagues through the Universities Studying Slavery consortium.
President Laura Skandera Trombley has joined an important national network of college and university presidents and chancellors who commit to making their institutions learning environments where Latino students thrive.
Robert Britton Katz will bring more than 35 years of higher education experience when he joins Southwestern University as Interim Vice President for Student Life effective October 4, 2022
Southwestern University rose 13 places in U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 Best Colleges rankings—the biggest single-year jump in school history—and SU was also recognized as a top school in the Social Mobility category, which measures how well schools graduated students who received federal Pell Grants.
A recognized leader in building successful athletics programs, Ken Ralph will join Southwestern University as athletic director effective Sept. 15.
Fifty years ago, Title IX was signed into law. The landmark legislation transformed women’s athletics. We look back at our history and pioneers as we continue to strive for equity in all we do.