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Help support the School for Cultural & Social Transformation

Our students are transforming the world around us—applying what they learn in the classroom to their jobs, internships, and community leadership. Giving to Transform allows us to support our students in both the classroom and the community.

If you are interested in other ways to invest and give back to the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, visit the University Advancement website.

University Advancement

  • You are making transformative learning experiences possible for students, advancing faculty research, and providing myriad opportunities for us to engage with the community. Because of you and other generous donors, the university has never been stronger nor our future brighter!


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  • With the money she received from the university’s Rosenblatt Prize, former Dean Kathryn Bond Stockton established the Marilyn and Edward Stockton Endowed Scholarship in the College of Humanities in 2013. Named in honor of her parents, the funds support the needs of students passionately studying the dynamic intersections of race, sexuality, gender, (dis)ability, religion, and class. The scholarship has now moved to Transform and is the School’s first endowed scholarship.


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  • Dolores Huerta donated her Women’s Week 2008 keynote honorarium to the Division of Gender Studies for the creation of a scholarship. This scholarship has been expanded to reach all students majoring in Transform and will facilitate our own student leaders’ efforts to put ideas from the classroom into action to improve our communities and the world.


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