Will first-generation students be able to enter and achieve a college diploma? These and many other issues facing students desiring a higher education degree in California are critical topics for a two-part series hosted by the KQED Community Action Panel.
KTVU interviewed Mills student Ma'kaya Washington and Professor Lisa Urry about their travels to the US/Mexican border, part of a new academic course examining if there really is a crisis at the border.
It has been an eventful and productive year at Mills College! Here is a quick review of our biggest and proudest moments.
Dr. Audrey Tanner will join Mills College as Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing in January 2019. Dr. Tanner brings a vast amount of experience that crosses academic disciplines, regions of the country, and undergraduate and graduate programs.
A growing number of higher-education institutions have started freezing or dropping their prices in the face of declining enrollment and heightened price sensitivity.
Mills College Professor Emeritus of European History Bertram Gordon explores the role of war tourism during and after World War II.
UC Davis Global Affairs announced that the keynote speaker for its 2018 International Research Conference in September will be Mills College President Elizabeth L. Hillman who will be addressing the topic of sexual harassment of women in academia.
The distinguished panel of 2018 Murphy Cadogan Awards Jurors have selected three Mills College MFA Studio Arts to receive Cadogan Scholarships.
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.