Welcome to Photo Friday! This week we're looking at the Simmons Crew Team, the Student Leadership Recognition Ceremony, the Boston Marathon vigil, The Graduate School of Library and Information Science career fair, The Simmons Voice, and meal packaging with Stop Hunger Now!
Meet Professor Candy Schwartz, from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Professor Schwartz recently celebrated her 35th anniversary at Simmons, and is a highly enthusiastic, witty, and popular professor. We had the chance to talk to Professor Schwartz about her interests, secret talents, and much more!
Welcome to our first installment of Photo Friday! This week we're looking at National Service Week, The investiture of Dean Eileen Abels, The 14th annual trip to Omnicom, and the National Student Advertising Competition!
"None of the companies I was at before really shared my values, so I started a company that did." Kelly Bell '11 graduated with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Women's Studies. In 2013 she founded the company Intrical in Washington, D.C. Catch up with Kelly and see what it's like to start your own company!
Junior Alison Berstein helped organize and promote this exciting program as part of the innovative Studio 5 communications course. Learn what inspired her and others to bring this diverse group of women filmmakers to Simmons.
Spring has sprung at Simmons! After a seemingly endless winter it's time to take advantage of all the great activities Boston has to offer during the spring.
We asked the Simmons community what song empowers them in this Women's History Month edition of "Simmons Speaks." Be sure to check out our Lady Anthem Playlist on Spotify, and use #MySimsAnthem on Facebook and Twitter, and we'll add your songs to the playlist.
Today is Gloria Steinem's 80th birthday, and we want to wish her the happiest of happy birthdays! Happy birthday, Gloria! We hope your day is just as fabulous as you are!
President Helen Drinan shared her thoughts on the #BanBossy campaign in a letter to her granddaughter. See the whole letter at The Huffington Post.
This spring break, instead of hitting the beach or binge watching Netflix, 15 Simmons students traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan with Habitat for Humanity of Kent County and built homes for very deserving families as part of Alternative Spring Break (ASB).
This special Women's History Month edition of Where are they now? highlights Katie Mead '13, one of our amazing graduates making a difference every day as a nurse at Boston Medical Center.