Archive


Oct

1

ASIS&T Student Chapter Named Chapter of the Year
Recognition for the impressive work and community of the ASIS&T Student Chapter

Sep

30

September SLIS Community News
Faculty publications and presentations, Alumni promotions and publications

Sep

29

Mark Bellamy on the Warburg Panel
On October 1st from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, join the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the first Warburg event of the academic year. We had the chance to catch up with our current Warburg Professor, Mark Bellamy, about diplomacy today!

Sep

25

Elsie Mayo, '15 Interns at the State Department
Elsie interned at the U.S. Department of Education's Financial Student Aid Office.

Sep

23

Where Are They Now? Susan Strand '01
Susan is Senior English Language Fellow at the Programa de Idiomas at the Universidad de Talca in Talca, Chile.

Sep

22

New SLIS Concentrations Provide Students Skills to Meet Today's Technology Needs
Information Science & Technology (IST) and Cultural Heritage Informatics will provide students with the technology competencies they need for today's information institutions

Sep

18

Yoga for Trauma Survivors
Professor Becky Thompson recently authored Survivors on the Yoga Mat: Stories for Those Healing from Trauma. We asked her a few questions!

Sep

16

Faculty Accomplishments - Summer 2014
At Simmons we take the time to acknowledge and appreciate our faculty and their achievements. Each month, this blog will update the community on all of their accomplishments and successes.

Sep

16

Deepa Kumarjiguda, '15 Interns in Washington, D.C.
Deepa filled us in on her internship at the Naval Research Laboratory.

Sep

12

Faculty Profile: Nanette Veilleux
As a scientist, Veilleux has an educational philosophy based on data. She strives to create community among her students and encourages support systems not as a fringe benefit, but because research suggests that supportive environments empower women to excel in traditionally unpopular fields.