News at Southwestern
Southwestern Joins International Slavery Study Consortium
Through the Southwestern Racial History Project, faculty and students are sharing their knowledge and expertise with colleagues through the Universities Studying Slavery consortium.LEARN MORE
Through the Southwestern Racial History Project, faculty and students are sharing their knowledge and expertise with colleagues through the Universities Studying Slavery consortium.
Southwestern’s First Fully Tenured Black Faculty Member Reggie Byron Will Leave a Legacy of Change and Passion for Research
His experience at Southwestern has been one of a dedicated scholar and faculty member but also of a Southwestern community member who has changed the university in ways that prepare it for a more diverse future.
The much-loved associate professor of business shares her thoughts on learning through teaching, the kindness of Southwestern students, and the importance of adaptability.
For sociology and feminist studies double major Madeline Carrola ’19, the Southwestern Experience has informed her roles at organizations supporting individuals experiencing homelessness.
Students appreciate the impacts Director of Business Internships and Assistant Professor of Business Andy Ross has had on them through his teaching and in connecting them with life-changing internships.
SU’s Board of Trustees recently conferred emerita status on the beloved associate professor of education, who will be retiring after 28 years with the university.