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  • Title: Liberal Arts College | Colleges in California | Mills College
    Descriptive info: .. Mills College.. Home.. Contact Us.. Giving to Mills.. Undergraduate.. Graduate.. Faculty.. Course Descriptions.. Course Schedule.. Academic Calendar.. Library.. Study Abroad.. Internships.. Grants Special Programs.. Summer Seminars.. Art Museum.. Athletics Recreation.. Center for Contemporary Music (CCM).. Chapel.. Children s School.. Commuting.. Diversity Programs.. Housing.. Student Activities Clubs.. Student Government.. Student Publications.. Bookstore.. Career Services.. Center for Academic Excellence.. Dining.. Disability Services.. Financial Aid.. Health Counseling.. International Students.. Mail Copy Center.. Peer Tutoring.. Registrar Records.. Safety.. Transportation.. Student Accounts.. Technology.. Writing Center.. Mission History.. Facts About Mills.. Notable Graduates.. Student Stories.. Administration.. Photo Gallery.. Diversity.. Sustainability.. News.. Events.. Directions.. Play Video.. Studio Art.. Computer Science.. Dance.. Education.. English.. Infant Mental Health.. MBA.. Music.. Pre-Med.. Public Policy.. Close Video.. Considering Mills?.. Video Gallery.. Admission Events.. Undergraduate Majors.. Graduate Programs.. Athletics.. Connect.. Facebook..  ...   a Beading Class.. More News.. Previous.. Mills College Government Professor Weighs in on Escalating Hostilities Surrounding Israel.. President DeCoudreaux Featured on.. The Forum.. Discussing the Future of Higher Education in America.. Mills College MFA Candidates Use Poetry and Prose as Tools for Social Change.. Mills College Announces Joint MPP/MBA Degree in Public Policy and Business Administration.. U.. S.. News & World Report.. Ranks Mills Among the Best Colleges in the West.. View all stories in the Mills newsroom.. Next.. Information For:.. Undergraduate Students.. Graduate Students.. Parents Families.. Alumnae.. Donors.. Event Planners.. Job Seekers.. News Media.. Faculty/Staff.. Portal.. Check Mail.. 2012 Mills College.. All Rights Reserved.. Terms of Use.. Policies.. 5000 MacArthur Blvd.. Oakland, CA 94613.. 510.. 430.. 2255.. Academics.. Grants Special.. Programs.. Admission.. Campus Life.. Student Services.. Safety Transportation.. About Mills..

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  • Title: Mills College Undergraduate Academics
    Descriptive info: |.. Departments Programs.. Undergraduate Catalog.. Catalog Archives.. >.. Your college years will be a time of great discovery and personal growth.. Mills can help you make the most of this experience with an environment that values intellectual exploration.. At Mills, you'll enjoy intimate, collaborative classes that encourage a spirited exchange of ideas and allow your voice to be heard.. You'll learn from distinguished professors who are truly dedicated to teaching.. They will not only know your name, they'll use it as they explore and discuss ideas with you.. You'll interact with dynamic women  ...   intellectual catalyst, but you'll find plenty of opportunities to express yourself, both in and out of the classroom.. With more than 40 majors to choose from including a self-designed program you'll have many educational options.. You'll also have the chance to work directly with faculty and get involved in their innovative work.. As part of the Mills community, you will find yourself an active, engaged participant in your own learning.. The people you'll meet and the lessons you'll learn will prepare you to succeed in both your professional and personal lives.. Last Updated: 7/26/12..

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  • Title: Graduate Admission, Graduate Academics, Graduate School, Mills College
    Descriptive info: For more than 90 years, Mills has been a leader in graduate education.. From cutting-edge work in electronic music to groundbreaking programs such as infant mental health, Mills graduate degrees are distinguished by innovation.. Located on a lush, 135-acre campus in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College offers students small, interactive classes led by renowned artists, scholars, writers, professionals, and educators.. Serving approximately 600 graduate students  ...   to delve intensely into their areas of study.. Please review our.. graduate catalog.. to get an overview of all our academic programs or select your specific area of interest from the list below:.. Studio Art.. Visit the site ».. Biochemistry.. Visit the site.. Book Art.. Program info.. Computer Science.. Dance.. Education.. English.. Infant Mental Health.. MBA.. Mathematics.. Music.. Pre-Med.. Public Policy.. Joint Degrees.. MBA/MA in Educational Leadership.. MPP/MBA.. Last Updated: 10/15/12..

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  • Title: Mills College - Faculty Index
    Descriptive info: Library.. Grants & Special Programs.. |.. Individual Lesson Instructors.. Department of the Library.. President Emeritae.. Faculty Emeriti.. Faculty on Leave.. The Mills faculty is comprised of a distinguished roster of more than 200 full- and part-time professors who are accomplished scholars, artists, scientists, writers, musicians, and educators.. An integral part of the Mills experience is the collaboration between these renowned professors and talented students as they delve intensely into their areas of study.. More than 70 percent of full-time faculty are women, and 30 percent are people of color, ensuring that Mills provides a unique perspective not often found at other institutions.. Tenured, tenure-track, and multiple-year-contract faculty of Mills College are listed alphabetically.. Abinader, Elmaz.. ; Professor of English.. BA, University of Pittsburgh; MFA, Columbia University; PhD, University of Nebraska.. At Mills since 1993.. Anderson, Robert.. ; Professor of Anthropology.. BA, MA, PhD, UC Berkeley; Certificate of Advanced Studies, University of Copenhagen; Docteur en Sociologie, Sorbonne, Université de Paris, France; MD, University of Juarez, Mexico.. At Mills since 1960.. Averett, Maia.. ; Assistant Professor of Mathematics.. BS, UC Santa Barbara; MS, PhD, UC San Diego.. At Mills since 2008.. Bachen, Elizabeth.. ; Lee Mirmow Professor; Professor of Psychology.. BS, UC Davis; MA, San Diego State University; PhD, University of Pittsburgh.. At Mills since 1997.. Bailey, Meryl.. ; Assistant Professor of Art History.. AB, Harvard; JD, Harvard Law; MAand PhD, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 2011.. Bernstein, David.. ; Marchant Professor; Professor of Music.. BA, Queens College; MA, MPhil, PhD, Columbia University.. At Mills since 1989.. Bischoff, John.. ; Associate Professor of Music; Composer.. BFA, California Institute of the Arts; MFA, Mills College.. At Mills since 1992.. Bishop, Judith.. ; Associate Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies.. BA, Baylor University; MA, Vanderbilt University; PhD, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA.. At Mills since 2005.. Bowman, Barbara.. ; Associate Professor of Biology.. AB, University of Michigan; PhD, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 1998.. Brabson, John S.. ; Scheffler Pre-Health Science Chair; Professor of Chemistry.. BS, Georgia Institute of Technology; PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.. At Mills since 1985.. Brown, Christopher.. ; Professor of Music.. BA, UC Santa Cruz; MFA, Mills College.. At Mills since 1987.. Burke, L.. Ken.. ; Trefethen Professor; Professor of Film Studies; Professor of Art and Art History.. BFA, MA, PhD, University of Texas at Austin.. Cady, Diane.. ; Associate Professor of English.. BA, Portland State University; MA, Portland State University and Cornell University; PhD, Cornell University.. Calefas-Strébelle, Audrey.. ; Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies.. BA, Sorbonne University; MA, Sorbonne; PhD, Stanford University.. At Mills since 2012.. Caulfield, Carlota.. ; Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies.. Licenciatura, University of Havana; MA, San Francisco State University; PhD, Tulane University.. Cavallari, Héctor Mario.. ; W.. M.. Keck Professor in Creative Writing.. Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies.. BA, San Francisco State University; MA, PhD, UC Irvine.. At Mills since 1986.. Chen, Chiu-Hung.. ; Peng Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Literature.. BA, MA, PhD, University of Ottawa.. Chen, Julie.. ; Associate Professor of Book Art, part time.. BA, UC Berkeley; MA, Mills College.. At Mills since 1996.. Cheng, Wah K.. ; Professor of History.. BA, University of Hong Kong; MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison; PhD, University of Chicago.. At Mills since 1999.. Chetkovich, Carol.. ; Professor of Public Policy.. BA, Stanford University; MPP, PhD, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 2006.. Chin, Vivian F.. ; Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies.. BA, Mills College; MA, PhD, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 2000.. Chung, Christie.. ; Associate Professor of Psychology.. BSc, University of Toronto; MA, PhD, Claremont Graduate University.. At Mills since 2007.. Cossey, Ruth.. ; Professor of Education.. BA, San Francisco State University; MA, PhD, Stanford University.. Crampton, Don.. ; Director of the Nursing Program.. BA, Ithaca College; PhD, Arizona State University.. Delwaide, Sonya.. ; Associate Professor of Dance.. BFA, York University.. At Mills since 2003.. Donahue, David.. ; Associate Provost; Mary Metz Professorship; Professor of Education.. BA, Brown University; MA, PhD, Stanford University.. Evenhouse, Eirik.. ; Associate Professor of Economics.. BS, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; DEA, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris; MA, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS); PhD, UC Berkeley.. Faul, Kristina.. ; Rhoda Goldman Professorship in Environmental Science; Associate Professor of Geochemistry and Environmental Geology.. SB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; PhD, UC Santa Cruz.. At Mills since 2002.. Fei, James.. ; Associate Professor of Electronic Arts.. BSE, Princeton University; MA, Wesleyan University.. Fenley, Molissa.. ; Associate Professor of Dance, part time.. BA, Mills College.. Frith, Fred.. BA, MA, Cambridge University.. Galguera, Tomás.. ; Abbie Valley Professor; Professor of Education.. BS, California State University, East Bay; PhD, Stanford University.. George, Carol C.. ; Professor of Psychology.. BA, University of Southern California; MA, PhD, UC Berkeley.. Ghuman, Nalini.. ; Associate Professor of Music.. BA, MA, The Queens College, Oxford University; MMus, King's College, University of London; PhD, UC Berkeley.. Givant, Steven Roger.. ; Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science.. BA, MA, PhD, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 1975.. Gordon, Bertram M.. BA, Brooklyn College; MA, PhD, Rutgers University.. At Mills since 1969.. Greer, Sandra.. ; Provost and Dean of the Faculty; Professor of Chemistry.. BS, Furman University; MS, PhD, University of Chicago.. Gupta, Jay A.. ; Assistant Professor of Philosophy.. BA, State University of New York at Purchase; MA, PhD, University of Toronto.. Halperin, Samara.. ; Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art.. BFA, Rhode Island School of Design; MFA, California College of the Arts.. Harris, John.. ; Professor of Biology.. BS, Stanford University; PhD, UC Davis.. Henderson, Mark.. ; Assistant Professor of Public Policy.. BA, Williams College; MA, Harvard University; PhD, UC Berkeley.. Holmgren, Janet L.. ; Susan B.. Mills Professor of English.. BA, Oakland University; MA, PhD, Princeton University.. At Mills since 1991.. Hunter, Margaret.. ; Hohfeld Professor of Sociology; Associate Professor  ...   Colby College; MS, University of Illinnois, Urbana-Champaign; PhD, Michigan State University.. Spahr, Juliana.. ; Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Professor; Professor of English.. BA, Bard College; PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo.. Sparks, Roger.. ; Professor of Economics.. BA, UC Riverside; PhD, UC Davis.. Spertus, Ellen.. ; Professor of Computer Science.. BS, MS, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. Spiller, Susan.. ; Associate Professor of Biology, part time.. AB, PhD, UC Berkeley.. Stankova, Zvezdelina.. ; Professor of Mathematics.. BS, AM, Bryn Mawr College; AM, PhD, EdC, Harvard University; EdC, UC Berkeley.. Strychacz, Thomas.. BA, University of Warwick; MA, PhD, Princeton University.. Theokary, Carol; Assistant Professor of Business.. Engineering Diploma, Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon; Doctorate of Business Administration, Boston University.. Thornborrow, Nancy.. ; Lorry I.. Lokey Chair in Ethics; Professor of Economics.. BA, Northwestern University; MA, PhD, UC San Diego.. At Mills since 1980.. Urry, Lisa.. BS, Tufts University; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. At Mills since 1994.. Wade, Elisabeth.. ; Letts-Villard Professor in the Natural Sciences; Professor of Chemistry.. BS, Harvey Mudd College; PhD, UC Berkeley.. Wagner, Catherine.. BA, MA, San Francisco State University.. At Mills since 1978.. Walkup, Kathleen A.. ; Professor of Book Art, part time.. BA, Temple University.. Wang, Susan.. ; Sarlo Professor; Professor of Computer Science.. BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MA, PhD, Princeton University.. Williams, Bruce B.. ; Fletcher Jones Professor of Sociology.. BA, Wayne State University; MA, PhD, University of Chicago.. Young, Jared.. ; Kilgore-Snyder Professorship; Associate Professor of Biology.. BA, UC Berkeley; PhD, UC San Diego.. Zirkel, Sabrina.. ; Professor of Educational Leadership.. BA, UC Berkeley; PhD, University of Michigan.. Gianna Abondolo, Cello.. Christine Abraham, Voice.. Miriam Abramowitsch, Voice.. Stephen Adams, Saxophone.. Gregory Barber, Bassoon.. Peter Barshay, Bass (electric and acoustic).. David Belove, Electric Bass.. Paul Binkley, Guitar and Mandolin.. John Bischoff, Composition.. Chris Brown, Composition.. Belle Bulwinkle, Piano and Fortepiano.. Michelle Caimotto, Flute.. India Cooke, Viola, Violin.. Steed Cowart, Composition; Director, Contemporary Performance Ensemble.. Beth Custer, Clarinet and Composition.. Larry Dunlap, Jazz Piano.. Hank Dutt, Viola.. Elizabeth Eshleman, Voice.. Bill Evans, Banjo.. James Fei, Composition.. Fred Frith, Composition.. Sara Ganz, Voice.. Lynne Garrett, Piano.. Phil Gelb, Shakuhachi.. Ben Goldberg, Clarinet.. Matthew Goodheart, Piano.. Karen Gottlieb, Harp.. Molly Holm, Voice; Director, Jazz Vocal Improvisation Ensemble.. Douglas Hull, French Horn.. Joan Jeanrenaud, Cello.. Gloria Justen, Violin.. Daniel Kobialka, Violin.. Janet Kutulas, Voice, Eastern European Folk.. Larry London, Clarinet.. Sharon Mann, Piano.. Rebeca Mauleon, Composition.. Thomas Nugent, Oboe.. Pauline Oliveros, Composition.. Rufus Olivier, Bassoon.. Janice Ortega, Harp.. Brian Pardo, Guitar.. Maggi Payne, Composition.. Jon Raskin, Composition, Saxophone.. Elizabeth Reed, Viola da Gamba.. Wendy Reid, Composition.. Jay Rizzetto, Trumpet.. Tom Rose, Clarinet.. Daniel Schmidt, Composition, Gamelan.. Robert Schwartz, Piano.. Marc Shapiro, Piano.. Sandra Soderlund, Organ, Clavichord, and Harpsichord.. Laetitia Sonami, Composition.. Les Stuck, Composition.. John Swallow, Trombone.. David Tanenbaum, Guitar.. Oluyemi Thomas, Composition.. Stephen Tramontozzi, Double Bass.. Peter Wahrhaftig, Tuba.. William Winant, Percussion.. Faith Winthrop, Voice.. Jadushlever, Renée; Vice President for Operations.. MS, Columbia University.. Beller, Michael; Head of Reference.. MLIS, San Jose State University.. Braun, Janice; Associate Library Director; Special Collections Librarian; Director of the Center for the Book.. MLIS, UC Berkeley.. At Mills since 1995.. Jarvis, Carol; Reference Librarian.. MLS, University of Texas.. MacKay, Nancy; Head of Technical Services and Special Projects.. Pippin, Karma; Assistant Archivist, Special Collections.. Tang, Stella; Serials and Data Control Librarian.. AMLIS, University of Michigan.. Metz, Mary S.. ; At Mills 1981–1990.. ; At Mills since 1991.. Bernstein, JoAnne; Professor Emerita of Art History.. At Mills 1974–2011.. Bloch, Chana; Professor Emerita of English.. At Mills 1973–2005.. Bowers, Darl Eugene; Professor Emeritus of Biology.. At Mills 1954–1986.. Bowyer, Jane Baker; Professor Emerita of Education.. At Mills 1975–2011.. Bronson, Gordon; Research Professor Emeritus of Psychology.. At Mills 1956–1989.. Cardozo, Martha Allan; Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish.. At Mills 1944–1969.. Clegg, Jerry; Professor Emeritus of Philosophy.. At Mills 1962–2006.. Cottam, Martha Lemaire; Associate Professor Emerita of French.. At Mills 1956–1985.. Dhaemers, Robert; Professor Emeritus of Art.. At Mills 1957–1990.. Fuller, Rebecca; Professor Emerita of Dance.. At Mills 1954–1988.. Kinkead, Mary Ann; Professor Emerita of Dance.. At Mills 1966–2005.. Lutz, Charles A.. ; Professor Emeritus of Chemistry.. At Mills 1963–2001.. Malpas, E.. R.. Howard; Professor Emeritus of Dramatic Arts.. At Mills 1966–1987.. McClintock McCormick, Kathleen; Professor Emerita of Dance.. At Mills 1979–2006.. Milowicki, Edward; Professor Emeritus of English.. At Mills 1968–2004.. Mitchell, Edna Steiner; Professor Emerita of Education.. At Mills 1973–2004.. Nagle, Ron; Professor Emeritus of Studio Art.. At Mills 1978–2010.. Nathan, Laura; Professor Emerita of Sociology.. At Mills 1982–2005.. O'Hehir, Diana Farnham; Professor Emerita of American Literature.. At Mills 1961–1992.. Regan, Eda Mendels; Reference and Instructional Services Librarian Emerita.. At Mills 1970–1997.. Ross, Marion; Professor Emerita of Economics.. At Mills 1959–1992.. Russell, Diana Elizabeth Hamilton; Professor Emerita of Sociology.. At Mills 1969–1991.. Sargent, J.. Roussel; Professor Emerita of English.. At Mills 1958–1985.. Siekhaus, Elisabeth; Professor Emerita of German Studies.. At Mills 1977–2009.. Smith, Elbert George; Professor Emeritus of Chemistry.. At Mills 1958–1978.. Swearingen, Karen; Professor Emerita of Biology.. At Mills 1973–2002.. Thomas, Theodore; Professor Emeritus of Sociology.. At Mills 1965–2002.. Vollmer, John Jochen; Professor Emeritus of Chemistry.. At Mills 1970–2010.. Watanabe, June; Professor Emerita of Dance.. At Mills 1975–2006.. Wendt, Allan Edward; Professor Emeritus of English.. At Mills 1956–1983.. The following Mills College faculty members will be on leave for the indicated term during academic year 2012–13.. Fall Semester 2012.. Almudena Konrad; Computer Science.. Brinda Mehta; French and Francophone Studies.. Bruce Pavlik; Biology.. Roger Sparks; Economics.. Zvezdelina Stankova; Mathematics.. Spring Semester 2013.. Déborah Berman Santana; Ethnic Studies.. Wah Cheng; History.. James Fei; Music.. Fred Frith; Music.. Nalini Ghuman; Music.. Marc Joseph; Philosophy.. Ajuan Mance; English.. Dan Ryan; Sociology.. Juliana Spahr; English.. Ellen Spertus; Computer Science.. Academic Year 2012-2013.. John Brabson; Chemistry.. Janet L.. Holmgren; English.. Anna Murch; Studio Art.. Lorien Rice; Economics.. Sabrina Zirkel; Education.. Last Updated: 10/14/12..

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  • Title: Mills College - Course Descriptions
    Descriptive info: Departmental Pages.. Anthropology.. Arabic.. Art History.. Art (Studio).. Biology.. Chemistry.. Chinese.. College 005.. Economics.. Environmental Science.. Ethnic Studies.. French and Francophone Studies.. General Education.. Government.. Hellman Program.. Undergraduate.. History.. Intermedia Arts.. Institute for Civic Leadership.. Letters.. Masters of Business Administration.. (MBA).. Physical Education.. Philosophy.. Physics.. Psychology.. Special Topics.. Summer Academic Workshop.. (SAW).. Sociology.. Social Science.. Spanish and Spanish-American Studies.. Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies.. Last Updated: 3/14/12..

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  • Title: Mills College - Course Schedule
    Descriptive info: Directory of Offices.. Office of the Provost.. Current Course Schedule.. Print a copy of the.. course schedule.. The PDF version of the course schedule is only current up to the date it was published, Monday, October 22, 2012.. The online course schedule is always the most up to date.. Art (Studio).. (see Intermedia  ...   Francophone Studies.. Natural Sciences.. Spanish Spanish-American Studies.. Registration Information.. Search the Schedule.. General Schedule Information.. Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.. Special Topics Course Descriptions.. (575k, pdf).. Course Load Credit.. Full list: General Education Courses.. Final Exam Schedule.. Contact Information.. Mills Hall.. P: 510.. 2096.. F: 510.. 3119.. E:.. provost@mills.. edu.. Last Updated: 10/22/12..

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  • Title: Mills College - Library
    Descriptive info: F.. W.. Olin Library.. The inviting F.. Olin Library houses a collection of over 240,000 volumes and other media supporting the curricular needs of the College, with special emphases on literature, history, women's studies, art, and music.. The interior of the building was designed with comfort and accessibility in mind and includes.. 280 study and workstations of appealing variety, a listening-viewing room with fully equipped audiovisual stations, and a seminar room.. Computer workstations are available throughout the library to access library databases, the Internet, email, or word processing.. Library facilities are fully wheelchair-accessible, and special services for disabled students are available.. The library is also home to the.. Special Collections.. of 12,000 volumes and 10,000 manuscripts, including a copy of Shakespeare's First Folio, a Mozart manuscript, and a leaf from a Gutenberg Bible.. Housed in the Heller Rare Book Room, the collections include printed books from the 15th century to the present, as well as the Mills College Collection.. It is also the home of the Mills.. Center for the Book.. , a forum for cultural, literary, and aesthetic heritage of the book.. The library is  ...   throughout the library or via the Internet at http://library.. mills.. The library offers more than 60 databases, including Academic Search (an interdisciplinary periodicals database, which indexes and abstracts 3,100 journals, 1,500 of which are full-text), LexisNexis, PsycINFO, SocioFile, MEDLINE, ERIC, MLA Bibliography, Contemporary Women's Issues, and Britannica Online, Biography Resource Center, Science Direct, among others.. All databases are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the library's website (from on or off campus) and give students access to a larger world of periodical literature than those titles held by the College.. The catalog of other libraries, e.. g.. , Melvyl (UC campuses), and access to the Internet are available as well.. If we do not have the article needed, we can obtain some items by interlibrary loan from other institutions.. Overview.. Catalog.. Electronic Resources.. Research Tools.. Departments Staff.. Library Services.. College 005.. Ask a Reference Question.. Fall Semester Hours.. Mon-Thurs 8:30am-Midnight.. Friday 8:30am-6:00pm.. Saturday Noon-6:00pm.. Sunday Noon-11:00pm.. See the Exception Hours for complete list of library hours for the beginning of semester and break hours.. Exceptions Hours.. 2385.. 2278.. library@mills.. Last Updated: 2/16/12..

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  • Title: Mills College - Study Abroad
    Descriptive info: International Study.. Does the idea of exploring another country's culture excite you? If so, Mills has special arrangements with more than 20 institutions that offer outstanding international study.. opportunities to enhance your learning.. Spending a college semester or year studying abroad offers you an unparalleled opportunity to experience another culture, develop skills in another language, or explore a subject in its native land.. Imagine studying art in Florence, Italy, or wildlife ecology in Kenya.. The  ...   in Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America, or Africa.. We encourage you to apply to programs that will add both excitement and depth to your major area of study.. Where You Can Study.. Sponsor Institutions.. Requirements.. Scholarships.. Student Testimonials.. FAQs.. International Exchange Program.. Domestic Exchange Opportunities.. International Study Advisor.. International Study Application.. Links.. Hours.. Monday–Friday.. 9:00 am–4:00 pm.. Individual appointments may be scheduled at the M Center by calling 510.. 2000.. 3247.. 2003.. cwallace@mills.. Last Updated: 11/11/10..

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  • Title: Mills College - Internships
    Descriptive info: General Information.. Internship Deadlines.. Recommended Internship Planning Steps.. College Requirements for Credit Internships.. Frequently Asked Questions.. What is an internship?.. An internship is a chance to try out a prospective career and to gain professional work experience.. This is an opportunity to see if your interests match your experience.. You can work with professionals and gain day to day knowledge of your field.. Where do I find information about specific internships?.. Start with a discussion about your internship interests with your faculty advisor, other faculty in your major department or a career counselor.. You can visit the Mills College.. website to review online internship lists.. If you are interested in a particular organization, visit their website directly, and/or you may want to see if a Mills' alumna is affiliated with the organziation and conduct an information interview with her.. What if I am not a junior or senior?.. If you are not a junior or senior you can still get an internship.. You will not be able to receive credit for that internship, but it will be good experience for future employment.. Are there distinctions between internships besides major field?.. There are different types of internships ranging from paid to unpaid as well as summer internships.. "Luck is a combination of opportunity and preparation!".. Schedule appointments with Career Services and with your academic advisor to discuss your internship early, preferably during the semester preceding the actual internship.. Complete both the Internship Job Description form and the Petition for Academic Credit form, including all required signatures!.. Submit the Completed Internship Job Description and Petition for Academic Credit forms directly with the M Center not later than the day.. before.. the last day to add classes each semester.. Please note: If planning a summer internship for credit to be applied to your fall record, check with Career Services for the exact date of the deadline (usually late April or early May).. back to top.. Think about your career goals.. An internship is a chance to try out a prospective career, and to gain professional work experience.. If you are unclear or confused about career direction, discuss this with a career counselor and your advisor.. Self-assessment to help determine career direction is often helpful.. Review internship opportunities by reading Internship Job Descriptions and other resources in Career Services.. Search for others on the Career Service's..  ...   obtain necessary signatures.. File your Internship Job Description and Petition for Academic Credit (completed and with all signatures) directly with the M Center by the deadline.. Juniors and Seniors are eligible.. Students must have a cumulative Mills GPA of 2.. 0 or higher.. Transfer students must have completed one semester at Mills.. Academic internships must be conducted through off-campus organizations outside of Mills College.. Academic internships must be approved in advance by a faculty supervisor, your faculty advisor, and the Academic Standing Committee.. Approval is not granted retroactively.. Academic internships are graded pass/no pass only and must be contracted for one full unit of academic credit.. Each student may receive credit for two internships.. It is permissible to receive both units of credit in the same organization if:.. The duties and responsibilities performed in the internship are substantially different; and.. A different person supervises each internship.. Students receive one unit of academic credit and must work a minimum of ten hours per week for fourteen to sixteen weeks.. Note.. : Summer interns must work a minimum of 160 hours.. Interns must attend required internship meetings at the Career Services Office and complete a final evaluation of their internship experience to receive credit.. A course overload (more than 5 course credits) during the internship semester is not permitted.. The content of an academic internship must:.. Be a professional experience; that is, work one would assign to an entry level college graduate (clerical duties are.. not.. considered professional and may never comprise the majority of a student's internship assignment.. ).. Work experience must provide students with a substantial body of specific information and/or identifiable technical or professional skills.. A faculty supervisor must provide on-going monitoring of the internship.. Faculty may select assignments which provide the best academic complement to the internship experience.. This could include: reading assignments, a written description and critical assessment of the internship, keeping a written journal, regular meetings, and other exercises.. Students are required to submit a written summary report of their internship experience to their faculty internship supervisor no later than the last day of instruction.. Summer interns must submit by the 1st day of instruction the following fall.. The paper should be a minimum of five pages.. It is the student's responsibility to see her faculty internship supervisor to keep him/her advised of her progress.. Last Updated: 6/25/10..

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  • Title: Mills College - Grants and Special Programs
    Descriptive info: Grants and Special Programs.. Mills College supports various on-campus groups that may or may not be directly affiliated with a specific academic program.. In some cases we provide hosting services for these grants and special projects; others are served off campus.. Middlebury at Mills.. Women in Public Service Project.. Lesson Research.. OLHP.. Public Radio Reporting Class.. TRiO Programs.. Last Updated: 10/17/07..

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  • Title: Mills College - Summer Seminars
    Descriptive info: No Summer Seminar Offered 2012.. Last Updated: 4/10/12..

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