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Day of Disability & Neurodiversity


On the Day of Disability and Neurodiversity (December 1), we promote inclusivity on campus for all—and acknowledge there is no one way of thinking, learning, understanding, or behaving that works for everyone.

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Apply for the Transform Dolores Huerta Scholarship


Are you participating in community-engaged, social justice work via an internship or a project of your own design? Apply by November 18!

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Pacific Islands Studies Initiative Podcast


“Relations of Salt and Stars,” a new podcast produced by the Pacific Islands Studies program, will invoke the ties historically forged between the Pacific Islands and Utah.

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Transformative Intersectional Collective (TRIC) Updates


Transform is currently in year-one of implementation of grant activities toward the creation of an intersectional studies collective.

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Welcome to our Transform Ambassadors


Transform has three new student ambassadors: Sariah Frost (she/her) Brendan Hatch (he/him), and Talea Steele (she/hers).

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U professor named president of International Academy of Sex Research


Distinguished professor Lisa Diamond will lead a preeminent international society of researchers.

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Hello Transform Alumni!


We hope you are enjoying your summer so far. We are still celebrating your awesome accomplishments! Please read on for a few alumni-themed housekeeping items.

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2022 Convocation Recap


Congratulations to our newest Transform alumni! We couldn't be more proud of you and your accomplishments. We are here to celebrate your each and every move.

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Class of 2022 Virtual Yearbook


Congratulations to our latest graduating class! Check out our virtual yearbook for the Class of 2022.

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Elevating youth voices


Ana Antunes, an assistant professor in the division of Gender Studies, is receiving national recognition for her social justice and community-engagement work.

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