Archive


Jun

16

College Mourns the Passing of Undergraduate Haley Cremer
BOSTON (June 16, 2014) — The College community mourns the passing of undergraduate student Haley Cremer. Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Student Life Sarah Neill sent the following letter to the student body.

Jun

12

Faculty Profile: Joel Blanco-Rivera Shows How Archives Seek Justice
"We need to recognize the role of information in inequality and human rights violations."

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."

Jun

10

Professor Oppenheim Wins Artist Fellowship Award
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.

Jun

9

Transforming Passion for Children's Literature into Opportunities
"Harry Potter was more a cultural phenomenon than a literary one. It visibly changed the reading audience for children's books. Adults began reading children's literature for their own enjoyment rather than simply as gatekeepers of children's reading."

Jun

6

Amy Pattee's Insights about YA Collection Development and Children's Library Services
"As someone who teaches about the use of YA literature, I noticed a lack of resources that addressed the collection of it."

Jun

4

Know Your Professor: Gary Bailey
Professor Gary Bailey is a well-loved professor in the School of Social Work and the School of Nursing and Health Studies. We asked him a few questions!