Whether you have graduated from one of our divisions/programs or in Transform today, we would love to send you updates about our school.
Our Associate Dean for Research has been consulting and assessing how to best support our faculty’s research endeavors, while jumping on board to support ongoing and upcoming research projects. Here, Dr. Geist tells us the most recent happenings in Transform faculty research.
There is no questioning it: Dr. William Smith is a rock-star researcher, educator, administrator, social justice academic and mentor.
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!
Throughout the year, our Transform team claimed various awards both on campus and on a national level. Read on to see just a few of the reasons why we are so proud of our team!
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.
Transform students: we miss you dearly! We miss you. Here's a message from our very own Dean Kathryn Bond Stockton. We are here for you. We will be seeing you soon.
It is with great sadness that we share the news of a dear friend and colleague’s passing. Wilfred D. “Pepe Samuels, a professor of English and Ethnic Studies, passed away at the age of 72.
Get to know our inaugural Pasifika Post-Doctoral Fellow Angela L. Robinson! During her two-year appointment, she will work on developing her scholarship and participate in community dialogs, student mentorship and overall shaping for the growth of the PI Studies Initiative.
Dean Kathryn Bond Stockton has published a new book! 'Making Out' is a memoir reflecting on her non-binary childhood through a central theme: kissing. In this Q&A, we ask our dean about this subject and what she hopes her readers take away from her new work.