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Dwan Cannon '21MSW is an SRO case manager at the New England Center and Home for Veterans, a care and service provider for former military service men and women at risk for homelessness.
Simmons University is pleased to announce that Dr. Stephanie Cosner Berzin has been selected to serve as Vice Provost. Dr. Cosner Berzin, an experienced higher education leader, brings substantial experience working with faculty and the administration.
Learn more about each of these phenomenal executive board members.
Lyons understands the struggles of starting a business. An entrepreneur for over 30 years, she has started four of her own businesses in that time. Now she hosts StartUp Life LIVE Show, a weekly live stream show offering business advice to entrepreneurs.
Simmons University is pleased to announce that Professor Valerie Leiter will serve as Interim Dean of the College of Social Sciences, Policy, and Practice (CSSPP) for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 academic years.
For student turned faculty member, Diana Hanan '16MSN, Simmons' nursing program stands about because of its high standards and strong sense of community. Learn more about why Diana returned to Simmons and what advice she has for students.
From attending team meetings to pitching stories, Katie Cole loved every aspect of her fellowship with PBS NewsHour. We caught up with Katie about this experience and getting her work promoted on-air by Judy Woodruff herself.
Baker's work is informed by her heritage. When she embarked on writing "The Keeper of Night," Baker wanted readers to understand the challenges biracial people face, but through a fun adventure story. Learn more about her debut novel.