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Mardoche Telusma ’19 tells us how the Boston Scholarship enabled her to pursue her education at Simmons.
This innovative 3+2 program nets students bachelor’s degrees from both universities.
Third-generation student, Sara Getman '22 tells us about her experience in the Honors Program and what it means to carry on the Simmons legacy.
Adult Services Librarian Eileen Fontenot ’14MS talks book clubs, field trips, and the skills needed to work in a public library.
Isis Rivera '20 tells us how the Boston Scholarship made attending Simmons a possibility.
Congratulations to Professor Erica Moura '10, the 2019 recipient of the Alden Poole Faculty Mentor Award!
Communications students and alumnae came together for the sixth annual Communications Alumnae-Student Networking Dinner.
School of Business Professor Robert Coulam shares his thoughts on the state of health policy in light of the 2020 Presidential election.