The School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University, the first of its kind in the U.S., unites students and faculty across academic boundaries to strategically create social change that is democratic, inclusive and just.
We offer the opportunity to study diversity and justice while learning about the historical, cultural, and social forces that shape our society. Our diverse faculty and researches break from the traditional academic mold. We aim to find innovative ways to engage with students and the community to positively transform the world.
As a student in African and African American studies, American studies, Asian Pacific American studies, Indigenous Education, justice and social inquiry, social and cultural pedagogy, and women and gender studies, you will get hands-on experience with faculty dedicated to social justice research and engaging with others in changing the world at a world-class research university.