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Living in a war-torn country poses acute danger to civilians. In addition, an invasion places architectural sites, art objects, and archives under threat of being looted or destroyed. When Russia invaded Ukraine in February of 2022, SLIS alumna Anna Kijas...
Businesswoman Marcela Aldaz-Matos immigrated from Colombia to attend Simmons. Since receiving her MBA, she has made a profound impact on the business community, human resources, talent management, the Latinx community, and healthcare. Marcela Aldaz-Matos wears several professional hats, but first...
In her new role, Adrienne Beloin will work with city officials and the community to address homelessness in Manchester, New Hampshire. With her background in social work, she is uniquely positioned to advocate for this underserved population. Last month, Adrienne...
The American Academy of Nursing's Edge Runner initiative recognizes the nursing profession's contributions to transforming the health system through nursing solutions. Vivian Williams '06MSN spoke with us about her passion for nursing and her reaction to receiving this recognition. This...
Social Work graduate Jennifer Dembo '18MSW is a Psychotherapist at Everyday Parenting Psychology and an Adjunct Faculty member at Simmons. She describes her professional work as “reproductive social worker.” She shared with us the evolution of her career, from a...
In her new book Twinkle, Twinkle, Winter Night, author Megan Litwin '02MA captures the enchantment of winter. She spoke with us about her interest in children's literature and her experience at Simmons. Tell us about your new book and what...
As a registered art therapist, licensed mental health counselor, and certified dementia practitioner, Meredith Griffiths '03 is providing the benefits of art-based therapy to the elderly community. Griffiths is currently overseeing a partnership between the Goddard House, a senior living...
Librarian Sarah Yasuda '20MS and Archivist Alyssa Pacy '06MS, '07MA reflect on how their studies at Simmons SLIS impacted their careers, the unique rewards of public library work, and the coolest items you can find in the Cambridge Public Library...
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