Mills College Announces Funding of Three-Year Project Totaling $2.8 Million for the School of Education

Oakland, CA–February 18, 2015 Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports improved classroom instruction in US schools by spreading the use of Japanese lesson study practices. Learn more »

Mills College Joins Indiana University Law School’s Scholarship Program

Oakland, CA–February 10, 2015 Indiana University’s Maurer Law School offers scholarships and mentoring to graduates of prestigious women’s colleges. Learn more »

Professor Kristina Faul Recognized in Report on Women’s Progress in Oceanography

Oakland, CA–February 04, 2015 Professor Kristina Faul is featured in the Oceanography Society’s report on the progress women have made in the field over the last decade. Learn more »

Mills Child Life Professor Wins Distinguished Service Award

Oakland, CA–January 30, 2015 Susan Marchant, professor at Mills School of Education, wins award for her career as child life specialist. Learn more »

Mills College Readies for “Women, Water, and the World” Institute Exploring How Women Can Solve the Earth’s Water Crisis

Oakland, CA–January 27, 2015 Mills College is preparing to host a 10-day Institute, bringing together a wide variety of emerging women leaders from more than 25 countries. Learn more »

Trio of Artists Finds Innovative Home in New Mills College Residency

Oakland, CA–January 22, 2015 Art + Process + Ideas (A+P+I), a new artist-in-residence program at Mills College, offers private studios at a time when artists are struggling with skyrocketing Bay Area housing and studio costs. Learn more »

Mills Professor Carlota Caulfield Receives Fellowship at the University of Barcelona

Oakland, CA–January 08, 2015 Professor and Head of Spanish and Spanish American Studies Carlota Caulfield has been awarded a visiting fellowship for her work on Catalan culture. Learn more »

Mills Staff Member Michael Beller Receives I Love My Librarian Award

Oakland, CA–December 03, 2014 Michael Beller, head of reference and access services at Mills’ F. W. Olin Library, was presented with the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award. Learn more »

East Bay Express Declares Mills Alumna Winner of Berkeley Council Race by 16 Votes

Oakland, CA–November 17, 2014 Lori Droste MPP ’11 edged to victory in a nail-biting race to win the Berkeley City Council District Eight seat. According to the final results, Droste defeated George Beirer seat by 16 votes.
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Mills Professor of Government Interviewed on BBC World News

Oakland, CA–November 07, 2014 Professor of Government Fred Lawson provides expert insight into US air strikes in Syria. Learn more »

Mills College to Present Concert in Honor of Composer Robert Ashley

Oakland, CA–October 27, 2014 Memorial concert celebrating the music of Robert Ashley to be held November 1 at Littlefield Concert Hall. Learn more »

Mills College Announces New January Course Schedule

Oakland, CA–October 27, 2014 Mills College is pleased to announce its new January session with six courses for credit and audit. Courses are open to Mills undergraduate and graduate students, students from other institutions, alumnae/i, and the general public. Learn more »

Mills College Distinguished Visiting Writer Achy Obejas Wins Fellowship

Oakland, CA–October 16, 2014 Mills College English Department’s distinguished visiting writer adds another prize to her collection. Learn more »

Mills Welcomes Gerald Graff, Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar and Education Expert

Oakland, CA–October 10, 2014 Visiting scholar presents "Parlez-Vous Arguespeak?,” a thought-provoking lecture about how to bridge the gap between teacher and student. Learn more »

Alecia A. DeCoudreaux to Join the Board of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Oakland, CA–September 29, 2014 The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced that Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, the president of Mills College in Oakland, California, will be joining the foundation’s Board of Directors. Learn more »

Mills College Library to Host Exhibit of African American Rare Books

Oakland, CA–September 26, 2014 F. W. Olin Library reprises 1978 exhibit of seminal works in African American history. Learn more »

Professor Fred Lawson Featured on TV and Radio Discussing the Latest Developments in Syria and Iraq

Oakland, CA–September 25, 2014 Media outlets tap expertise of Mills Professor of Government Fred Lawson as the United States bombs ISIS. Learn more »

Mills College President Wins Women’s Human Rights Award

Oakland, CA–September 24, 2014 President DeCoudreaux honored for her contributions to women’s education. Learn more »

Call for Applications: Mills College Women in Public Service Project Institute

Oakland, CA–September 24, 2014 Mills College announces a call for applications for the Women in Public Service Project Institute, April 11–20, 2015. Up to 30 emerging women leaders will be selected from around the globe through a competitive application process to participate in an intensive, interactive Institute. Learn more »

Professor of Public Policy Carol Chetkovich to Receive Excellence in Teaching Award

Oakland, CA–September 23, 2014 Director of Mills Public Policy Program recognized for her contributions to public service education. Learn more »

Last Updated: 8/30/11