a school for cultural and social transformation

The School for Cultural and Social Transformation will have limited operating hours for immediate assistance only. The student lounge will remain closed. Please follow your professors’ directions on how to best reach them for issues related to coursework. Click here to see a list of contacts for all other Transform matters.

Announcements

Who Counts?

That is perhaps one of the defining questions of a democracy. You may have heard that in under two weeks, this election will be the most consequential of our lifetimes. That is no hyperbole.

We’re ready to think with you.

You’re back! Dean Stockton shares her excitement for this academic year and the “righteous anger” we must harness in our actions this semester.

Pacific Islands Studies Certificate

It’s official! Starting in the Fall 2020 Semester, we will be offering an Interdisciplinary Certificate in Pacific Islands (PI) Studies.

Current News

Scary Is How You Act, Not Look, Disability Advocates Tell Filmmakers

“The Witches,” a film in which Anne Hathaway’s character has disfigured hands, has resurfaced the debate over depicting evil as disabled.

Utah Women’s Mural

Dean Stockton can be seen in a new SLC mural by Jann Haworth that honors inspirational Utah women for the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification.

New book questions how we view migrants

“Migrant Crossings: Witnessing Human Trafficking in the U.S.” by Ethnic Studies Assistant Professor Annie Isabel Fukushima recently received a 2020 book award from the American Sociological Association’s Section on Asia and Asian America.

What is
?

Our full name is the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, but that’s awfully long, so we’ve adopted the nickname Transform. We feel like it embodies what we are, do, and feel.

Our divisions and programs share cutting-edge concepts, faculty, and space. Our goal is to forge the wave of the future for the study of shifting sexualities, changing genders, dynamic immigrations, and emergent struggles against all racist thought and actions.

Contact

Gardner Commons, Suite 4200
260 Central Campus Dr
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112


Phone: 801-581-5206