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In honor of Kurmakov, the Riverside Boat Club will name Sunday's race the "Head of the Kurmakov," and the winner of the Women's Sweep+ Collegiate trophy will receive the inaugural “Nikolay Kurmakov Trophy.”
As an elementary Reading Focus Teacher, Balicao is familiar with the challenges of virtual learning. Despite the challenges, Balicao found that this experience also led to something more meaningful: connection.
For their fellowship, Rae collected information on the authors and presenters of the 2021 National Book Festival. We caught up with Rae about what they learned from this experience and their passion for the preservation of digital records.
The CMO and Vice President of Marketing and Communication is bec rollins, while Beth Kramer will serve as Vice President of Advancement and CDO. Simmons University is pleased to announce that after two comprehensive search processes, it has selected a...
On Saturday, November 6, the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities will host the Annual Ifill Forum. This year the Forum will feature the important national voices of Robin Roberts, Michele Norris, and Kevin Merida.
Alexa Frongillo '17 was working in finance in Boston when she realized she didn’t want to visit the same desk every day. So she packed her bags, signed up with the Remote Year program, and began a life-changing journey of working abroad.
As Senior Office Assistant for the Office of Undergraduate Advising and former Simmons Academic Mentor, Jenny knows a thing or two about helping students navigate their academics. Check out her expert tips and tricks!
What does Estela Raya-Fouts '24 love about being a political science major? The supportive faculty! Check out how Raya-Fouts is combining the political science, Spanish and migration studies programs to pursue a career with immigrant populations.