The first female and first Native American dean in the College of Law’s 106-year history is ready to revolutionize legal education at a time when the industry is ripe for innovative ideas to accommodate a changing workforce.
Equity & Diversity
University scholars demonstrate that parents are the solution—not the problem—when it comes to education reform.
“When I got to the U, I volunteered with an organization helping underserved communities find resources. Lots of parents wanted to sign their kids up for camps, but couldn’t get them to the location or couldn’t afford it. I thought Science in the Parks would be awesome here.”
After just one year in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, the number of Disability Studies minors has doubled.
“I’m really excited to meet new students. I go out of my way to memorize all the students’ names. By the end of every semester, I think to myself, ‘I wonder if my next group of students is going to be as great as this group of students.’ I’m going to miss these students, and I’m not sure how to detach so that I can leave space to attach to the next set.”
The new director of the LGBT Resource Center lays out her approach to building community and driving the center forward.
Staff and services will temporarily move to the Annex building during the renovation on July 29, 2019.
The rankings, published by BestColleges and Campus Pride, evaluated factors like: admission, enrollment and graduations rates, affordability, quality of online offerings and eight LGBTQ inclusive factors and unique campus resources that support all students.
Reflecting on the Stonewall riot’s 50th anniversary and the many queer heroes who have emerged in the LGBTQ+ rights movement.
Some legal experts, architects and social-equality activists are working to ensure gender-neutral restrooms will be an option in the future.