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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.Learn More
Associate Professor Colin Rhinesmith’s research on broadband access, wireless hotspot lending, and digital equity has new relevance and importance in light of the pandemic.
We caught up with Leslie Morris '75, founder and CEO of Women of the Dream, about her experience attending Simmons during the Civil Rights Movement, and her mission to improve the lives of young women through education.
Heather Cabot '92 is an award-winning journalist and serves on the alumni board of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Check out what she had to say about her new book!
The National Association of Black Social Workers recognizes Dr. Johnnie Hamilton-Mason with the Distinguished Educator of the Year award.
Assistant Professor Lydia G. Fash shares details about the "On the High Seas" course which combines literature and the history of piracy.
Wilfred Labiosa ‘19PhD is the founder of Waves Ahead, an island wide organization dedicated to working with marginalized and vulnerable sectors of Puerto Rican society by providing support in their needed areas in order to reestablish and strengthen them.
I’m excited for the activities and online social events that we’re brewing up. Interaction is important, especially in this digital format!
Meet your professor: Lydia G. Fash, Department of English. We caught up with Professor Fash about her love of Simmons students and what TV show she can't stop watching.