Our awesome advisor, Jen Wozab, has won the 2021 Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Primary Advisor!
Transform has been awarded a three-year grant to form an intersectional studies collective.
Year after year, our team continues to impress -- gathering awards and recognitions throughout the university and at national organizations. Congratulations to these recipients!
Dr. Coleman, one of the founding Ethnic Studies faculty at the U, was honored as a 2021 Distinguished Alumni Honoree!
There are urgent moments when we must speak—passionately, vitally, vibrantly, insistently—on a critical matter of civil rights.
You've read that right! The bridge experience will be extended to the fall and spring following the summer intensive portion of the Pasifika Scholars Institute.
On October 9, Dr. Charles Sepulveda, (Tongva and Acjachemen), Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, participated in the inaugural public event of the Sawyer Seminar on Sanctuary Spaces: Reworlding Humanism presented by the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy.
You're back! Dean Stockton shares her excitement for this academic year and the "righteous anger" we must harness in our actions this semester.
UAAC declared Jen Wozab to be the winner of the 2020 Outstanding Experienced Advisor Award. This confirms what so many of our Transform students already know: Jen is an amazing and indispensable advisor!
I know you join us when we say: ENOUGH. It has always been horrendously, heartbreakingly enough.