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Simmons University is a nationally recognized private university located in the heart of Boston. We offer the only undergraduate program for women in Boston and numerous graduate programs open to all.About Simmons
Chemist and biomedical product developer Stacey Pazar Huth ’87 is a leading woman in medical diagnostics and research and development. Her connection to Simmons also involves her father, who helped build the campus, and her daughter, a current nursing major. We spoke with Huth about her Simmons journey, the gender bias in STEM, and her understanding of legacy.
Simmons is pleased to welcome over 800 new graduate students to the start of the 2023-2024 academic year. We are looking forward to interacting with such a diverse, interdisciplinary, and intellectually curious group of future leaders.
Laurel Murphy received a McGrath Global Research Grant to cover travel expenses for her internship at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP) Library in Bangkok, Thailand, a collection of UN official documents...
Nancy Clark is a registered dietitian and board-certified specialist in sports dietetics with a private sports nutrition practice in Newton, Massachusetts. She has served as Team Nutritionist for the Boston Red Sox, and early in her career consulted with both the Celtics and the Bruins. We chatted with Clark about how she developed a career that didn’t exist while she was at Simmons.
Research librarian Kaitlin Allair shares insights on problematic teen social media use, the dangers of "sharenting," and other aspects of her research.
Linda Siperstein Adler shares her career experiences in publishing and technical writing, and her work as chair of the 50th Reunion Committee for the Class of 1973.
“To me the Ifill scholarship is just that: the inception of an amazing legacy and the prospect of a radical future.” — Asiyah Herrera '25
Ifill Scholar Carla Bamaca shares her passion for filmmaking and storytelling to inspire change.