Over nearly half a century as a faculty member, Professor Bert Gordon has made an indelible impression as a knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher, an experienced and witty colleague, and a great friend and mentor.
Category: Summer 2018
A pioneering nonprofit, founded by Tina Lee ’01, MBA ’02, combines technical training and social support to boost moms in launching technology careers.
Ecological concepts came alive for students who traveled to Honduras and Ecuador for hands-on learning experiences through Mills’ alternative spring-break classes.
College founders Susan and Cyrus Mills forged strong ties with Hawai’i and educated the daughters of the islands’ elite. Since then, the stories of Hawaiian students at Mills have reflected the unique—and changing—political, ethnic, and social composition of the 50th state.
Before she ever enrolled at Mills, Lateefah Simon ’17 had helped hundreds of people escape poverty and incarceration through her work as an advocate and organizational leader. Her time on campus gave her the language and the knowledge to effect even greater systemic change.