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Simmons was founded on the principles of integrity and inclusion, and we stand with the institutions who are challenging this guidance. We are proud to be one of 180 institutions that have signed an amicus brief in support of rescinding the guidance, which has been filed in federal district court.
President Wooten shares her thoughts on the state of higher education, the global pandemic, systemic racism, and more.
The webinar "Life After Simmons" discussed the challenges of job searching in the midst of a recession.
Four Massachusetts nonprofit human services agencies commission study by Simmons University and African Bridge Network.
I'm excited to see the ways in which we as the orientation team can connect with incoming students, especially through the virtual format of this year. It has been really great to see it all play out so far.
I decided to become a Captain because I loved being on the OL team last year so much. It really impacted the ways I thought about building community and fostering leadership and I wanted to be able to play a bigger role in this process for incoming students.
Simmons Assistant Professor Kate Walker to participate in webinar that helps registered dietitians and physical therapists better identify and treat malnutrition.
Today, we commemorate an important day for our country. June 19th or Juneteenth, the reading of the federal orders by the Union army general Gordon Grange in the city of Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865.