Whether you have graduated from one of our divisions/programs or in Transform today, we would love to send you updates about our school.
Transform is filled with changemakers you need to know! Meet Sydney Kincart, a disability studies minor, who wants pursue a career in disability policy and advocacy work.
Transformative Intersectional Collective
Where, when, and how are we doing intersectionality? How are we teaching it, practicing it? What can intersectionality do? What is required to do the doing of intersectionality?
Four students were selected as the first round of recipients of the Transform Dolores Huerta Scholarship for Social Justice Community Engagement.
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!
Congratulations, Class of 2020 & 2021! Rewatch our Convocation, browse through photos, and relive the celebratory day.
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.
Congratulations, Class of 2020 and 2021! We are excited to celebrate you and your achievements.