An article in today’s New York Times, “
In a Volatile Climate on Campus, Professors Teach on Tenterhooks,” discusses the politically charged
climate on college campuses and specific ways faculty prepare for and handle conflict in the classroom.
Inspired by his late great-grandmother, Cameron hopes his design will “help people lead independent lives
while providing reassurance to their caretakers and loved ones.”
A liberal arts education prepares students to examine ideas from multiple points of view, solve problems, adapt,
Southwestern University is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking a superb education with
great career preparation and at an affordable price according to
The Princeton Review
“Remember, Honor and Act – MLK50”
Southwestern’s prime location gives its students the best of both worlds – the charm of historic Georgetown
with convenient access to Austin, just 25 miles south.
Anna Eby ’05 shares her perspective on the growth of Georgetown.
Narrowing down your college short list is not easy. Here are six tips to help.
SXSW EDU attracts educators with a shared goal of impacting the future of teaching and learning.
This unique tradition has become a rite of passage for SU seniors.
Will Cates ’16 prioritizes academics and baseball.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Winner Dakota Cortez,’19, studying Migration and Transnational
Identity in Morocco.
Southwestern University President Edward Burger announced this week that Dr. Sybil Jordan Hampton will speak
at the 2018 Commencement Ceremony on May
Phi Beta Kappa’s Visitng Scholar Program welcomes Dr. Miller to campus Feb. 1.
Whether or not you believe in making resolutions, now is the perfect time to revisit and review your personal,
academic, or professional goals.
You are oh so close to winter break. There is just one minor detail standing in your way: Finals week.
Southwestern’s updated logo introduced as part of a full identity rebranding effort.
Sometimes being a known entity is the best way to land a job.
Aiden Steinle, SU ’20, interned for tech startup Wandafi in Dubai over the summer
Hailee Williams, SU ’17, describes New York Arts Program internship as an “amazing experience.”
When most people think of kinesiology they think of exercise studies or improving athletic performance. But
as with most academic disciplines, there are often lesser-known areas that can lead to interesting and rewarding
career paths as well.
Howe, Professor of Art and Art History and chair of Art History, will present on his experience of ten years
of excavation and study at the largest, best well-preserved Roman garden ever discovered.
Alumnus Jacob Schrum ’06, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, reflects on his time as a student at SU,
what it’s like to be on the other side of the desk, and chimes in with his thoughts on Artificial Intelligence.
Spoiler alert: we’re not doomed.
President Burger shares his vision for education and Southwestern in an interview with the Houston Chronicle
The recent total solar eclipse generated plenty of excitement across the entire country, but for Bottorff the
event was much more than an excuse to wear funny glasses.
As with many new ventures, the concept for digital media startup
developed from an unfulfilled need in the marketplace.
Southwestern University ranks among the 100 Best National Liberal Arts Colleges and Number 5 Best College
for Veterans by U.S. News and World Report
After applying at the encouragement of a colleague familiar with his research, Patrick Hajovsky, associate
professor of art history at Southwestern University, was selected from among 350 applicants to complete a
prestigious three month Getty Scholar residency this summer at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles.
Southwestern checks in with Sumner Scholars including recent grads, rising seniors and the newest class
Michael Nguyen ’03 interviews
Geoff Clawson ’98, president and co-owner of Birdwell Beach Britches
Terry Gawlik ’81 shares her experience as Chairwoman of the 2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship