Welcome to SU Scholar

SU Scholar is Southwestern University's institutional repository, preserving and providing access to content created by members of the University. It collects scholarly and creative works produced by faculty, students, and other members of the Southwestern University community. SU Scholar includes faculty working papers, journal articles, conference presentations, book chapters, and creative works. It also highlights the best in student work, including select capstone projects, Paideia Seminar work, and more.

SU Scholar is managed by the Information Services Division in support of scholarship at Southwestern University. It is open-access compliant, with content freely accessible and searchable via Google Scholar and other search engines. To learn more about publishing in SU Scholar, see this guide. To contact us, email suscholar@southwestern.edu.

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  • Anthony, Barbara (Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2017-12)
    Many computer science courses use final exams as one means of evaluating student performance within the course, but developing meaningful assessments can be both difficult and time-consuming. Students and faculty alike can ...
  • Anthony, Barbara (Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2014-04)
    An undergraduate computer science colloquium is presented that can enhance the educational opportunities for students at a small liberal arts college while providing an additional community-building venue for majors at ...
  • Anthony, Barbara (Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2016-12)
    While enrollments in computer science courses may be increasing overall, the recruitment and retention of women and minorities in computer science remains a pervasive problem. First Year Seminars at universities are ...
  • Hernandez Berrones, Jethro (Medical History, 2017)
    This paper focuses on homeopaths’ strategies to popularise homeopathy from 1850 to 1870. I argue that homeopaths created a space for homeopathy in Mexico City in the mid-nineteenth century by facilitating patients’ access ...
  • Anthony, Barbara M.; Reagan, Kathryn (SECEIJ, 2017-07)
    Community-engaged learning is not very common in technical fields, but including relevant projects in courses can make it feasible and successful. We present an implementation of an operations research course at a liberal ...

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