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You'll learn from faculty members who are leaders in their fields and mentors in the classroom.
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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.About Simmons
We spoke with Honorary Trustee, Enna E. Jimenez '91, '06E, about her continued engagement with Simmons and how she wants to bridge the gap between alumnae/i and students.
Immigration Constituent Liaison, Rebecca Crosswaith '10, tells us about working for Senator Blumenthal's office in Connecticut, and how her experience at Simmons gave her the courage to take risks.
Meet Renada Goldberg, the new assistant professor in the School of Social Work! Learn more about her career as a community-practice social worker, and what show she'll watch on repeat.
As Election Day approaches, President Lynn Perry Wooten provides a list of election-related programming and resources for the Simmons community and emphasizes the importance of making our voices count.
We spoke with Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Aaron Rosenthal, about what to expect on Election Day and beyond as we await the outcome of the election.
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Neuroscience major, Grace Gile '21, tells us about her experience as a psychiatric technician, her favorite memories with the Simmons University Dance Company, and finding joy while spending time at home during the pandemic.
We spoke with Emma about her internships with NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts and the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, and why protecting reproductive health is a game-changer.