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Learn about our distinctive programs from Mills College School of Education faculty, staff, and current students. Register online.


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FEATURED EVENTS

SOE Commencement Reception

May 16, 12:00-1:30pm, SOE Patio

To celebrate our new graduates, the School of Education will be hosting a reception immediately following commencement. The reception will be held on the patio between the School of Education and the Children's School. We are eager to celebrate this important milestone with our graduates and their families.

"The Mask You Live In" screening

March 31

You are invited to attend a special screening of The Mask You Live In, a documentary that addresses American masculinity. Attending this event will further the conversation about the challenges young men and boys face in our society. Please join us for an evening of exploration. The screening is hosted by The Ever Forward Club and sponsored by SOE, the Children's School, Career Services, and ASMC. It will take place on March 31 from 5:00 - 8:00 in the Gathering Hall.RSVP here.

Teacher Inquiry in Action Forum

March 26

Mills Teacher Scholars invites all School of Education faculty, staff and students to attend their Teacher Inquiry in Action Forum on March 26th from 5:00-7:30 at the Lokey Graduate School of Business. Among the many worthwhile panels at this event featuring the process of teacher inquiry, will be SOE faculty and Mills Teacher Scholars Research Team members Anna Richert and Julie Nicholson presenting their work on teacher instructional leadership developed through the organization's school site work. Visit their website for more detailed program information. 

"Los Herederos" screening

April 7

The Center for Play Research invites you to attend a special screening of the film, "Los Herederos". A facilitated discussion about sociocultural variations in children's play will follow. This free event will take place on April 7, 2015 from 3:00-5:00 pm in CPM 100.

Last Updated: 4/10/15