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Simmons Lecturer Megan Dowd Lambert ’02MA and partner Sean St. Marie ’19MS purchase Modern Memoirs, Inc.
Jennifer Putney '12PhD, Sara Keary, PhD, Nicholas Hebert ’16MSW, Lisa Krinsky '94MSW, and Rebekah Halmo ’17MSW received the Rose Dobrof Award for their paper entitled, “Fear Runs Deep: The Anticipated Needs of LGBT Older Adults in Long-Term Care.”
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Simmons University proudly announced today the newest appointee to the Deloitte-Ellen Gabriel Chair for Women and Leadership, Susan Brady. Brady, a renowned women’s leadership coach, strategist, and author, has served as Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of the Simmons...
We caught up with Social Work PhD candidate, Jeremy Brown '22PhD about his research on a variety of issues relevant to individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorder.
Kaya Chou-Kudu '20 tells us about the importance of encouraging women in the male-dominated field of technology.
Eva Lynch '21, President of Simmons University's Girls Who Code Chapter, encourages computer science and math students to join Girls Who Code.
Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, Lepaine Sharp-McHenry, gives a firsthand account of participating in the congressional briefing on Capitol Hill.