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In this issue of the Spring 2022 Simmons Magazine, read about President Lynn Perry Wooten's thoughts on leadership and her vision for the future of Simmons.Latest Issue
This year's Reunion celebration will be held next June 2022 and in honor of classes ending in 2 and 7. Planning is currently in the works so check back for details.Reunion 2022
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What made you choose to pursue your degree/major? I have always been interested in how our bodies work. I did my undergraduate degree in biology at UMass Amherst and thought I may be a doctor. I like understanding the biochemistry...
"Simmons offered me a scholarship covering my room and board, and my world was changed forever," says Lynne Devnew '67, Co-President of the Alumnae/i Association and honorary officer of the Class of 1967. She had anticipated living at home and...
Shealynn Hendry ’21MS, a graduate of the dual degree in Archives Management and History (MS/MA) at Simmons, has won the Gates Cambridge Scholarship to attend the University of Cambridge, UK, for her PhD in History. Tell us about your studies...
What the job entails Siobhan is the clinical director for the Division of Digital Psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Collaborating with a psychiatrist and research team, she conducts weekly virtual therapy sessions with a wide range...
L. Michelle Vital ’00 is Interim Director and Assistant Professor of the International Higher Education Master’s Program at Lesley University. She reflects on how her double majors in Sociology and African American Studies (now Africana Studies) at Simmons prepared her for her career.
What the job entails Robert is a clinical social worker at Home Base, a nationally recognized clinic run by the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital that treats the “invisible wounds” of military service. He works in the Intensive...
What led you to your MBA at Simmons? When I finished my undergraduate degree at Boston University, I knew I would get my MBA at some point. My first interview after graduation was at a power plant, and I didn’t...
Adjunct Elaine Dimopoulos ’08MFA is the author of Material Girls (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015). Her new novel, Turn the Tide (HarperCollins, 2022) is her middle grade debut, inspired by real life environmental activists.
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