Archive


May

5

Amanda McClelland '13GS: Special Education Is The Most Rewarding Career
Once an aspiring teacher, Amanda now supervises preservice teachers while pursuing her PhD.

Apr

20

Katie McDonough '16 '17SW On Empowering Students
Katie filled us in on her important work with Education Sparks!

Apr

10

Lyndsey Nunes ‘10 ‘11GS: Simmons Taught Academics and Life Lessons
Lyndsey reflects on why she pursued graduate degrees in both Behavior Analysis and Severe Disabilities at Simmons.

Mar

31

Josh Keehn '20 on the Gift of a Simmons Education
Josh is speaking at the Scholarship Appreciation Brunch!

Mar

23

First Female U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Antonia Novello Visits Simmons
Dr. Novello discussed healthcare disparities during Simmons-hosted forum

Mar

16

Amanda Leone '17 Travels for Alternative Spring Break
Amanda and a team of Simmons students traveled to Georgia with Habitat for Humanity!

Feb

21

The Challenges and Rewards of Working in Special Education
Education alumnus Billy Kickham filled us in on his experience working with students with communication challenges.

Feb

21

Tips for Self-Care
Professor Shari Robinson-Lynk shared some tips for self-care.

Feb

3

Friday Favorites
Check out a few things we're loving from the past couple weeks.

Jan

16

Sally Hile '12SW on Being a Special Education Teacher
Education alumna Sally Hile says teaching is full of unexpected adventures.