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With Inauguration Day around the corner, we spoke with Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Aaron Rosenthal, about past presidents attending the inauguration, what to expect in the early days of Biden's presidency, and the root cause of the Capitol riots.
Meet Aaron Rosenthal, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations! Find out which political science course he enjoys teaching most, and why he believes Simmons students are so unique.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Assistant Dean Gary Bailey reflects on the first days of 2021 as the US continues to struggle with intersecting pandemics of COVID-19 and racial inequity.
Cate Cox '23 shares her experience as an intern with Sahiyo, an organization dedicated to ending female genital cutting and creating positive social change through dialogue, education, and collaboration.
Congratulations to Carolina Quiroa ’21MS, recipient of the 2019 Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship. In her award application, Quiroa shared her experience preserving the visual history of Guatemala.
Simmons University is pleased to announce that after a comprehensive, nationwide search, Dr. Renique Kersh has been selected to serve as vice president of student affairs.
A message from President Lynn Perry Wooten.
Kotzen scholar and nursing student, Kimberly Calle '23, tells us about her independent service project with Casa Alitas and the many lessons she learned from her fellow volunteers and immigrants seeking asylum.