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.
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.
Mills alumna Tina Lee '01, MBA '02, and founder of the Bay Area nonprofit MotherCoders honored in "Moms Who Wow Us" special series.
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.
President Elizabeth L. Hillman discusses strategic realignment and the future of women's colleges with Education Dive.
Kensington Palace just announced that Mills alum Claire Ptak '97 has been selected to make Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding cake.
Interactive Media Awards (IMA) has honored Mills College with a Best in Class award, which recognizes the highest standards of excellence in website design and development.
Catherine Wagner's photo exhibit Near Abstraction is "intelligent and ravishing" says the Los Angeles Times.
The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at new signature programs like MPOWER beginning fall 2018 at Mills.
This week, critically acclaimed novelist, award-winning journalist, poet, and translator Achy Obejas was named among five finalists for the PEN/Faulkner award for fiction.