Archive


Dec

23

Creating Creative Communities: 3D Printing in Library Programming
What does 3D printing mean for you, your public library, and the LIS field?

Oct

14

Domestic Violence: Awareness and Remembrance
Every year, the Simmons campus comes together to remember alumna Elizabeth "Betsy" McCandless, and all victims of domestic violence with the Clothesline Project.

Oct

6

We've Gone PINK!
The Simmons campus has gone PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Jul

16

Community Involvement at Simmons
Eliza Zimmerman '15 volunteered at More Than Words for her service learning project.

Jun

11

Women in Public Service Project Institute 2014
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."

May

28

Simmons SOM Partners with Mayor Walsh
Mayor Walsh announced a newly created-partnership with Dean Cathy Minehan and the School of Management at Simmons College.

May

2

Vision 2020: Equality in Sight
On Monday, May 5th, CAS Dean Renee White, Simmons alumna and MA State Delegate Katherine Phelps, two student representatives, and a number of Simmons alumnae/i will attend the Vision 2020 4th National Congress in Philadelphia.

Mar

3

Student Brings Patch Adams to Campus
Clowning around to change the world? It's no joke -- for Dr. Hunter "Patch" Adams it's a mission to bring humor and healthcare to those in need.

Feb

27

Students Lift Voices with NE Philharmonic
On Saturday, March 1st, The Simmons College and MIT Concert Choirs will accompany the New England Philharmonic, in celebration of the bicentennial of the Star Spangled Banner.