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Charlotte tells us about her experience as the Sustainability Club President and her internship at NASA this summer!
Following an extensive, national search process, Simmons University, one of the first institutions of higher education in the United States to focus on preparing women for leadership, announced today the appointment of Lynette Cook-Francis as Senior Vice President for Student Engagement and Enrollment Management. Her tenure begins on August 23, 2019.
When I think back to my first year, I’m reminded of how much I’ve grown since coming to Simmons. Enjoy your first year and know that it is only the beginning of your journey! You never know what opportunities you’ll earn or communities you’ll find.
I'm excited to meet orientees, see Orientation Leaders thrive, and to see the other Orientation Captains shine!
Following a robust search process, Simmons University announced today the appointment of Dr. Lepaine Sharp-McHenry as Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences (CNBHS).
We spoke with Kate about her journey from the Army to Simmons University, and what Memorial Day means to her.
Matisse DuPont '19MA and Professor Jo Trigilio served as consultants on the Museum of Fine Arts Boston's Gender Bending Fashion exhibit interpretation team.
This afternoon Simmons is taking an important step forward as we seek to fortify our campus for the next century of scholars. Later today we are filing with the City of Boston our Institutional Master Plan Notification Form/Project Notification Form...