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We caught up with Catrina about her experience transferring to Simmons.
Professor Elizabeth Scott has spent much of her professional career studying bacteria and pathogens. We caught up with her to learn more about her expertise and why she wasn't surprised by COVID-19.
Dr. Gary Bailey, Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Social Justice at the College of Social Science, Policy, and Practice, Professor of Practice of Social Work, and Director of the Urban Leadership Program, was named co-chair of the new President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Dr. Sharron Credle, Vice President of Organizational Learning and Development, named co-chair of President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
The Council will advance Simmons’ mission of inclusive excellence and provide a framework for students, faculty and staff to address issues of racial and social justice.
Through news and feature stories, the Simmons Magazine highlights the inspiring ways members of our community are making a difference in their career fields, communities, and the wider world.
Allen will read an excerpt from her young adult historical novel “All You Have to Do” during a virtual reception hosted by the Associates of the Boston Public Library on October 8.
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, we caught up with Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus intern, Julianna Fernandez '21.