As the 2021 student convocation speaker, Sierra Holmes shared memories on how "Transform gives us a space to lean on and learn from each other."
A degree or certificate in Transform is an act of transformational resistance and reimaging—and the world needs the analytics, relationality, and praxis you have studied and enacted.
Like you, our highly impressive students, we are devoted to learning to gether: to sense and acknowledge often unperceived gatherings: on this land, in our skins, through our sex and our genderings.
Margaret Price draws upon data from a study with disabled faculty to highlight themes demonstrate that all participants in higher education will benefit from a cultural shift toward shared accountability and interdependent forms of care.
Pacific Islands Studies at the U explores Indigeneity and Diaspora with Pasifika Scholars from Minnesota to Australia and all points in between.
The 2020-2021 cohort of Pasifika Ambassadors are busy working on various projects. Learn more about them here!
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.
Class of 2020, your resilience and determination is inspiring to us all! While we won't be able to physically gather to celebrate until December, join us in this virtual graduation celebration.
Congratulations, Class of 2020! We couldn't be more proud of you and your accomplishments. For those still working on their academic career, here's advice from some stellar recent graduates of the U.
Congratulations, Class of 2019! Check out photos and footage from our latest convocation!