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Innovative Careers in Library and Information Science
Beyond the Stacks Podcast - Episode 4
Sara Powell, 2014-2016 SLIS Mosaic Scholar
InfoLink talks to SLIS Student and Mosaic Scholar Sara Powell about archives and medieval manuscripts
Lynne Marino '81 Gives a Life Saving Gift
When Lynne heard her friend needed a kidney donation, she didn't hesitate to offer her own -- even though they hadn't seen each other in 15 years!
Exploring Artist Residencies in Special Libraries
The Unbound blog completes series on Artist Residencies with a look at Special Libraries
Where are they now? Jocelyn Augustino '89
Jocelyn works as a freelance photographer in Washington, DC. We asked her a few questions about her exciting career.
Meeting the Challenges of Visual Impairment While Attending Graduate School
SOM student Nadine Walker-Mooney '16SM reflects on her experience in the Master of Science in Management Program
Alumnae/i and Friends Come Together to Celebrate the Holidays
President Helen Drinan hosts the Simmons Community for a Festive Tea.
Simmons Net Impact Attends Annual Conference
SOM students gain insight and inspiration on creating positive social and environmental change.
Elisabeth Offenberger ‘16HS Shares Tips for Staying Healthy this Holiday Season
Elisabeth also talks about her passion for community nutrition and what brought her to Simmons.
Stress Tips for Finals
Our social work faculty compiled a list of tips to reduce stress during finals!