Mills College is pleased to announce a $2 million gift to support the study of Book Art. The gift will establish the Lovelace Family Chair in Book Art, which will appoint the first endowed faculty chair for the program, and is among the largest gifts ever made to the field, nationally.
Read Professor of Government Andrew Flores' story, "Yes, there's racism in the LGBT community. But there's more outside it," in the Washington Post.
At a special meeting of the Mills College Board of Trustees yesterday, the board unanimously authorized adoption of a revised Financial Stabilization Plan and the College's FY18 budget.
Mills College is pleased to announce a $3 million gift from the late Mills alumna Nancy Cook, '68 to solidify the study of photography as art at Mills.
Mills President Elizabeth L. Hillman was named one of 2017's Business of Pride Outstanding Voices and one of the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business by the San Francisco Business Times.
Professor Emerita Chana Bloch passed away on May 19, 2017 after a prolonged battle with cancer. At Mills from 1973 to 2005, Chana's powerful teaching and mentoring touched generations of students and faculty.
Amid a throng of news media and a documentary film crew, Mills College awarded an honorary Doctor of Arts and Letters degree to National Park Ranger Betty Reid Soskin, a tireless, outspoken voice dedicated to raising awareness about the discrimination and segregation of African Americans who worked in Richmond, California shipyards during World War II.
Mills College, a nationally respected, independent liberal arts college for women with innovative graduate programs for students of all genders, has announced a blueprint to better meet students' needs and overcome financial challenges.
Join us for our live webcast of Commencement 2017 beginning Saturday, May 13, at 9:45 am PDT. Watch civil rights activist, MacArthur Fellow, and president of the Akonadi Foundation, Lateefah Simon, address the Class of 2017, followed by the conferring of degrees.
Mills College will award an honorary Doctor of Arts and Letters degree to Betty Reid Soskin, a tireless, outspoken and articulate voice dedicated to remembering discrimination and segregation of African Americans who worked in Richmond, California shipyards during World War II.