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Conflict resolution isn't easy for anyone. That is why Dr. Renique Kersh developed a course to teach students valuable skills they can use in their personal, academic, and professional lives.
Associate Professor of Practice Kristina Pechulis is Director of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation Intern Fellowship program at Simmons University, which places undergraduate women in internships with female legislators at the State House. Professor Pechulis teaches courses in Massachusetts politics...
Bailey Hilt '18 is a Marketing and Photography Specialist at Elkus Manfredi Architects in Boston, MA. She spoke to us about the Arts Administration skills she learned from Simmons, her past internship experiences, and how she applies this knowledge in...
Members of the Class of 1973 reflect on the passing of Roe vs. Wade in January 1973, which made abortion access a constitutional right. The alumnae offer advice for students eager to get involved in local activism.
Maya Bergamasco ’19MS shares how her experiences at Simmons led to her current role, Faculty Research & Scholarly Support Librarian at Harvard Law School Library.
During the summer before her junior year as a Communications and Media Studies major at Simmons, Abrielle Cunningham '23 interned for The Wall Street Journal through the Dow Jones Internship Program. Since January 2022, she has been working part-time as...
To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, we have compiled a list of books by Latinx authors that explore their cultures from a variety of perspectives, including recent publications and classic texts.
On the evening of September 22, Simmons hosted a virtual conversation with faculty, practitioners, policymakers, and providers who discussed the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs Decision. The panelists drew attention to the intersectional issues of reproductive rights, same-sex marriage, and contraception.