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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.
Hispanic Heritage Month acknowledges the meaningful contributions and diverse histories of Latinx individuals and cultures. This year’s theme is “Latinos: Driving Prosperity, Power, and Progress in America.” We have compiled a reading list of plays, novels, short stories, biographies, memoirs, children’s books, academic monographs, and poetry collections by Latinx authors. Happy reading!
Ariel Richardson ’09MA is the Senior Editor in Children’s at Chronicle Books, located in San Francisco. We caught up with Richardson about her role, her time at Simmons, and her recent award-winning picture book.
Incoming student Anna Kelly from South Kingstown, Rhode Island, received a $10,000 Gold Award Scholarship from the Girl Scouts, a special recognition for her community service project “Peer-to-Peer Program in Middle School.” Kelly spoke with us about her passion for community service, mental health, and nursing.