A newer element of Northeastern’s research offerings is a series of “impact engines” and “accelerators,” which are cross-divisional projects dedicated to solving a broad range of specific societal problems—and one of them will call the Mills campus home. Professor of Business Practice Carrie Maultsby-Lute, MBA ’11, who also serves as the director of the Center
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Photo by Robbie Sweeny On April 13, the Mills College Trans Studies Speaker Series welcomed internationally-known technologist and network security expert Chelsea Manning for a talk show-styled event at Lisser Hall with Barbara Lee Distinguished Chair in Women’s Leadership Susan Stryker. Co-sponsored by We Are the Voices and the President’s Office, “Volatile Contexts: Identity, Technology
While the merger between Mills and Northeastern University won’t be complete until later this year, a new academic program at the College this spring will get the ball rolling. Leading Social Change will commence on the Mills campus during the 2022 spring semester, bringing 12-14 current Northeastern undergraduate students from Boston to Oakland to learn
The Lokey School prepares its public policy grad students with real-life case studies. How will that affect the 2020 election?
Social justice can mean different things to different people. Meet several alumnae who approach the concept from a variety of angles, but all with the larger goal of building opportunity, equality, and inclusion for all.
“What is the role of universities in social change?” asks Ananya Roy ’92. As a leading scholarly voice in the conversation about economic systems, race, class, and gender, she is proposing new answers to that question—and new tactics to achieve greater equity.
Community-based writing workshops, led by Mills students, help marginalized people find their voice.
Strong storytelling and solid research form the basis of the Mills public radio reporting classes. Story subjects—and reporters, too—can find the experience transformative.