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Johanna Brown Poethig
Oakland, CA—May 1, 2018

Multimedia artist, teacher, and agent of sociopolitical inquiry, Johanna Brown Poethig, MFA '92 displays her work in different private and public spaces around the globe.

Andrew Flores
Oakland, CA—April 30, 2018

Mills Professor of Government Andrew R. Flores publishes recent studies connecting LGBT progress with acceptance, democracy, legal rights and economic improvement.

Stephanie Young
Oakland, CA—April 26, 2018

Notable Poet and Mills English professor Stephanie Young publishes book on the growing crisis of the new intellectual working class.

Ajuan Mance
Oakland, CA—April 24, 2018

Mills Professor of English Ajuan Mance set out on a six-year artistic journey to depict black men in America.

Sarah Davachi
Oakland, CA—April 24, 2018

Canadian minimalist Sarah Davachi MFA '12 has recently released Let Night Come on Bells End the Day, her fifth full-length album release in six years.

Oakland, CA—April 19, 2018

Mills College announces a new Summer of Science Program offering Bay Area college students of all genders the opportunity to complete a year of science courses in just 14 weeks.

Marilyn Callahan
Oakland, CA—April 13, 2018

Mills alumna Marilyn Callahan '55, a retired clinical social worker, renowned as a pioneer in sex-offender treatment, is promoting the new book she co-authored.

Jayashri Srikantiah
Oakland, CA—April 10, 2018

Mills College will celebrate its 130th Commencement on Saturday, May 12, 2018, with an address given by Jayashri Srikantiah, a passionate immigrants' rights advocate, attorney, and professor.

New Degree Completion Program
Oakland, CA—April 9, 2018

Beginning in fall 2018, Mills College plans to offer a Bachelor's Degree Completion Program for working women who want to return to college and complete their degree.

Art + Feminism Logo
Oakland, CA—March 23, 2018

Mills College hosts Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon to address the gender gap and improve the representation of women and queer artists on Wikipedia.