School of Social Transformation
Arizona State University's School of Social Transformation is a transdisciplinary, collective of programs offering degrees and certificates in African and African American studies, Asian Pacific American studies, social and cultural pedagogy, justice and social inquiry, women and gender studies.
Founded in 2009, the school pioneers innovative research methods that closely examine themes and questions in relation to historical, social and cultural subject matters. As the nation continues to address diversity and social justice, the school plays a key role in leading these discussions. In addition to expertise in research and teaching, our faculty members provide cutting-edge insight and unique sensibilities to the media and community around some of the most talked about social issues of our time.
Students in the school are mentored by dedicated faculty who inspire them to develop innovative methods to social challenges through teaching, research, and collaboration in the community.