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Congratulations to Ganad Neka '23, recipient of the Ifill Scholarship! Read how Ganad hopes to be an inspiration to immigrants and refugees who have had similar experiences to hers.
As many library workers faced pressure to continue operations throughout the pandemic, Bignoli vocally advocated for safer working conditions. Her campaign gained national attention and now Bignoli plans to build on this work to address long-existing issues.
On June 16, Gary Bailey, Professor of Practice and Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Social Justice at Simmons University, moderated a Colleges of the Fenway panel discussion, “Juneteenth, Then and Now: A Conversation on Being the Change Through Arts and Activism."
Simmons’ top priority has been the health and safety of our community, and we're encouraging everyone to share why they got vaccinated. Read Hill's experience participating in a vaccine trial, and why it's important to him to be a part of the solution.
Simmons University announced today that former U.S. Ambassador Thomas Dougherty has been named the new Joan M. Warburg Chair of International Relations.
Campbell's latest work, "Frieda's Song," was inspired by the life and career of psychiatrist Dr. Frieda Fromm Reichmann. Dr. Fromm Reichmann practiced at the Chestnut Lodge Sanatorium — not far from where Campbell, herself, did the same.
Professor Nanette Veilleux has received a collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation. The ultimate goal of the project is to clarify the meaning in prosody — inflections in tone and lengthening syllables as we speak.
The Passionate Leaders Project supports undergraduate students seeking to enrich their academic and professional interests by funding learning opportunities beyond the boundaries of the traditional classroom. Learn what the Spring 2021 cohort is up to!