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.
Maria Lowe, Southwestern professor of sociology, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has revealed and exacerbated racial disparities.
Alumna Dr. Catherine Chappell ’03 finds that fewer than a third of infants exposed to hepatitis C are later screened to monitor and treat the potentially fatal virus.
Carlie Sulpizio’s energy and enthusiasm is contagious. Her interest in the world and its people knows no bounds—as evidenced by her three-year term in the Peace Corps as the Community Health Development Agent in Burkina Faso and her studies in anthropology, theatre and global health.
Santiago Guerra (Anthropology, 2004) has accepted a tenure-track position in Southwest Studies at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Angela Stroud (Sociology, 2003) received Honorable Mention in the Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Article Award paper competition held by the American Sociological Association’s Section on Race, Gender, and Class for her 2012 article titled “Good Guys with Guns: Hegemonic Masculinity and Concealed Handguns” published in Gender & Society.