As small colleges across the country are making the decision to reduce the size of various departments, faculty members are finding themselves in a department of one.
The merits of a test optional policy at Mills are featured in a recent Channel 7 news story.
In an opinion piece in the San Francisco Chronicle, Mills College President Elizabeth L. Hillman explains how U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's acceptance speech reveals his sexism.
To meet a critical need for leadership, advocacy, and policy change in K-12 education, the Mills College School of Education (SOE) began enrollment today for a new online master of arts degree in educational leadership.
For the 13th consecutive year, Mills College is featured in the Fiske Guide to Colleges.
Mills College Professor of Biology Jennifer E. Smith, a team of five undergraduate students, and collaborator and coauthor Andy Sih at the University of California Davis recently examined the effects of architecture and personality on the social behavior of ground squirrels.
A new report issued by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine finds that academic institutions need to make sweeping changes in the way they deal with sexual harassment.
Mills alumna Daniella Pineda performed theatre as a kid but as an adult, acting wasn't on her radar. It didn't seem realistic," Pineda recently told the Hollywood Reporter.
Mills College alumna Amy Nathan '18, has been named a recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award by the International Sculpture Center.
Maggi Payne will bring her 2013 piece, “Theremin Morph” to the Garden of Mark at this year’s Garden of Memory summer solstice celebration on June 21.