Join the School of Education for a viewing of \"Freedom Summer.\"
In the summer of 1964, more than 700 student volunteers joined with organizers and local African Americans in an historic effort to shatter the foundations of white supremacy in Mississippi, the nation’s most segregated state.
Retirement Celebration for Professor Vicki LaBoskey
Mills College School of Education invites you to a celebration in honor of the retirement of Vicki LaBoskey.
Muralist to Create Panel at School of Education
Daniel Camacho, an experienced mural painter, will join with and direct students in the creation of a mural of belonging and understanding at the School of Education.
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Celebration for Professor’s Retirement
Students, graduates, professors, and friends are invited to attend a celebration on April 26 in honor of Vicki LaBoskey's incredible contribution to the School of Education and her influence on generations of multiple subjects teachers. The afternoon will begin with a talk by Nel Noddings, whose writing on education and care is foundational to the School of Education’s program. She will speak at Lisser Hall from 3-4:30p. Afterwards, a panel of graduates will talk about the connections between their work with Vicki and at Mills and their current practice as teacher leaders. An informal reception with Vicki, Nel Noddings, and alumnae will follow. The evening will conclude with dinner and continued celebration at Reinhardt Alumnae House. Please contact Annie Oxenhandler for more information about the event, to buy tickets for the dinner (all other festivities are free), or to make a contribution in honor of Vicki.