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The 2021 Spring Community Read, "How to Be an AntiRacist," explores the concept of antiracism and how we might build an antiracist society. Check out President Wooten's favorite quotes and takeaways from Kendi’s powerful book.
After working at a neighborhood bar for nearly 20 years, Assistant Professor Eric Poulin is combining his current professional work with local barroom culture. In his latest research project, Poulin gives voice to the history made in these integral spaces.
Simmons University faculty member, Dr. Cherie Lynn Ramirez, is the senior author of a paper published in The Lancet’s EClinicalMedicine journal outlining the urgent need for universal, frequent rapid COVID-19 testing to promote greater equity.
For President Wooten, Black History Month has always been about learning and discovery. This year, she's encouraging the Simmons community to join her by engaging in the Multicultural Center's programming and carrying these lessons into the future.
Preeminent women’s leadership conference to showcase “Resilience and Authenticity” of inspiring leaders during ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Get to know EriKa Monfort, Director of the Multicultural Center! Learn more about how she transitioned into diversity, equity and inclusion work, and her passion for building a welcoming, inclusive and supportive environment.
Michelle Musoké '19 shares the three key skills she honed while at Simmons, and how the School of Business set her up for success when navigating the job market.
Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, MEd has over 30 years of experience in psychotherapy and eating psychology, publishing eight books on these topics. She has used her work to help countless people with eating disorders and body image issues.