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Graduating seniors share their favorite memories from Simmons!
Simmons University today celebrated the many accomplishments of the Class of 2020 during its annual undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies.
A message from Sumaira Afzal, Muslim Advisor.
Division of Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics (MCS) students participated in Broadstreet’s COVID-19 Data Project Internship.
In Fall 2019, a group of 11 Simmons undergraduate students began researching the lost West End. Supported by a “Humanities Research for the Public Good” grant from the Council of Independent Colleges, the students created a series of exhibits, including one for the West End Museum, one on Simmons’ campus, and a digital exhibit.
In honor of National Nurses Day, we caught up with Millicent Gorham '76, '11HD about her advice to nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Millicent Gorham '76, '11HD is the Executive Director of the National Black Nurses...
Shreya tells us about her journey of rediscovering her passion for medicine and how her Simmons community helped her get there.
A message from Miriam Berkowitz Blue, Hillel Director and Spiritual Advisor.