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Simmons to honor trailblazing journalist with postage stamp unveiling and a ‘Reasons to Write’ postcard writing session with the campus community
Amber Moore ’08MS navigates the emotional terrain of personal collections.
Hannah tells us why math is her passion and takes us through her journey to Rwanda.
We caught up with Madeleine about her journey as a recent graduate.
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Congratulations to Johnnie Hamilton-Mason, now the E.W. White Professor, and Hugo Kamya, who will continue as Social Work Alumni Fund Endowed Chair.
We caught up with Yasmine Ebeed '20 about her internship with Nickelodeon and how she got there!
Assistant Professor Colin Rhinesmith and School of Library Science students, Jo Dutilloy '20MS and Susan Kennedy '20MS presented their research at the 17th Community Informatics Research Network Conference in Prato, Italy.