We are Citizens of Change

The word change repeated on a screwed up piece of paper

We are Citizens of Change

Change is here. A large part of our success is our determination to develop Citizens of Change through diverse understanding and ambitious research. We’re diverse in our makeup but united in our ambition to pursue knowledge that has the power to transform. Our world-changing research improves and enriches lives and drives our approach to education. We create citizens of the real world who are prepared to challenge the narrative, question established thinking, and change the things that matter.

Change is here. So why aren’t you?


Citizens of Change in action

Change isn’t just something we talk about. In 1921, the first eleven Citizens of Change enrolled on our campus. One hundred years later, we’re still continuing this tradition to bring about change in our society. To understand what being a Citizen of Change means to us, explore our Six Pillars of Changemaking.

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