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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.
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.
For sociology and feminist studies double major Madeline Carrola ’19, the Southwestern Experience has informed her roles at organizations supporting individuals experiencing homelessness.
Southwestern Student Wins Marketing EDGE Scholarship
ThuyMi Phung is the first SU student to receive the prestigious honor.
A Summer Well Spent
Four Southwestern students relate their experiences as community-engaged learning associates with nonprofit organizations during the summer of 2020.
Collaborative Summer Research during a Pandemic
Southwestern students and faculty mentors engage in projects across the disciplines—remotely.
Scholarly Perspectives on COVID-19, Part 4: Social Inequalities Writ Large
Maria Lowe, Southwestern professor of sociology, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has revealed and exacerbated racial disparities.
Carlie Sulpizio ’13 reflects on her serendipitous path as an SU anthropology major, a Peace Corps volunteer, and a global-health researcher.
Southwestern University Student Awarded Gilman International Scholarship
Anthropology major Alex Bell ’21 will study comparative education and social change in Santiago, Chile.
Southwestern Sumners Scholars Explore Internships in DC
The Hatton W. Sumners Scholars Program creates high-impact experiences for SU’s best and brightest.