Psychology/Education student KateLynn Whitney '16 recently received the Gilman Scholarship to study in Dakar, Senegal. She'll master two foreign languages and abandon her smartphone for a simpler life. Find out why KateLynn can't wait to leave her comfort zone.
School of Management Dean Cathy Minehan and students spoke with NPR recently about eliminating Boston's gender wage disparities.
As we get ready to leave for Thanksgiving break, we asked the what they're most thankful for this year.
What's the best part of winter in Boston? Students, staff, and faculty members their tips for welcoming the season.
Everyone loves Shark Week, but at Simmons we get to celebrate it twice! Join our Woman on Campus, Sarah Galvez, for a look back at .
Meet Gretchen Dittrich, a Simmons alumna and the newest member of our Behavior Analysis faculty.
In her latest Huffington Post blog, President Drinan weighs in on the lack of diversity on newly-public company Twitter's board of directors -- and asks why more men aren't joining this conversation.
This week, Boston will elect our first new mayor in 20 years. Though we don't know who Boston's next leader will be, one thing is certain: it won't be a woman. So how do we to get involved?
This week we honored the birth of our founder, John Simmons, spent a bewitching Boston Halloween, and marked the end of the first Simmtober campaign. Now we celebrate the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox team with a duck boat parade just steps from campus.
What does a college education mean to a woman's independence? To celebrate the birth of our visionary founder, John Simmons, we the legacy of his gift.
Simmons is joining forces with Futures Without Violence, a national organization dedicated to promoting healthy and safe relationships, to educate our community about the dangers of dating violence. How can you get involved? Take the RESPECT! Challenge