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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: June 27th.


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It's time for 300 The Fenway's latest installment of Where are they now? This series chronicles the amazing things Simmons College women are accomplishing after graduation.
Meet Katherine (Kat) Machnich, a Finance and Marketing double major from the class of 2013. Kat currently works as an Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) Analyst within the Relationship Management department at Brown Brothers Harriman in Boston. We had the chance to catch up with her and see what it's like to work in the field of investment banking.

Continue reading Where are they now? Katherine Machnich '13.


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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: June 20th.


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Welcome back to Summer Stories! This series chronicles the great things our students are doing over summer vacation.
Meet Cynthia Kangeyo, a International Relations and Political Science major from the class of 2015. Cynthia is spending her summer in Madrid learning Spanish. We had the chance to ask her a few questions!

Continue reading Summer Stories: Cynthia Kangeyo '15.


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Welcome to Summer Stories! This series chronicles the great things our students are doing over the summer.
In this first installment we'll meet three of our amazing orientation leaders! Emily, Shane and Jillayne answered a few questions about their favorite spots in Boston, what they love about Simmons, and more!

Continue reading Summer Stories: Orientation Leaders.


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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: June 13th.


Simmons College, Mount Holyoke College and Smith College were proud to co-host "Reconstructing Societies in the Wake of Conflict: Transitional Justice and Economic Development," a two-week Institute from May 25-June 6, 2014. The Institute brought together emerging women leaders, primarily from Asia, who are working to rebuild their communities and promote sustainable economic livelihoods following political violence and human rights violations.

We are very proud of Zara Ali '15, Mallarie Charbonneau '15, Ashli Edwards '16 and Ellen Garnett '17 who were chosen as Simmons student ambassadors for this exciting event. These students experienced the institute first-hand, working directly with the Simmons, Mount Holyoke and Smith faculty and staff members on logistics and programming needs for the duration of the two-week program.

You can experience all the excitement of the Institute with the social media interactions captured below!

Continue reading Women in Public Service Project Institute 2014.


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We are so proud of Professor Emeritus Bob Oppenheim, who recently won a $10,000 Artist Fellowship in Painting award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. He also won this highly competitive award in 2004.

Professor Oppenheim taught a variety of painting, drawing and printmaking courses in the Department of Art and Music at Simmons. He was the first Director of the Trustman Gallery and developed the Simmons Art Collection with a strong emphasis on women artists. He currently works as a visual artist in his studio in the South End of Boston. We had the chance to ask him a few questions about his art!

Continue reading Professor Emeritus Oppenheim Wins Artist Fellowship Award.


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Read President Helen Drinan's latest Huffington Post Blog: Amid the World's Violence, Hope for Women and Girls.
Excerpt:

This past week, I was humbled and inspired by a group of 48 women who traveled to Massachusetts from across the globe to attend the Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) Institute. Co-hosted by Smith, Simmons, and Mount Holyoke colleges, the institute welcomed these professional women, who hailed from some of the most troubled areas of the world to receive mentoring and support in their work to rebuild their communities torn by war, political violence, and human rights violations.

As an American woman who came of age during the U.S. women's right's movement, and who has devoted her career to equality for women and girls, my experience with these visiting women has been foundational in my understanding of the universal cause of women's advancement worldwide. Read more.


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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: June 6th.



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Professor Gary Bailey is a well-loved professor in the School of Social Work and the School of Nursing and Health Studies. He is the Chair of the Simmons College Black Administrators, Faculty and Staff Council (BAFAS) and the first African-American and the first American in 20 years to be elected president of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW).

We had the chance to talk to Professor Bailey about his interests, secret talents, and much more!

Continue reading Know Your Professor: Gary Bailey.


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