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Photo of Mare Parker-O’Toole ’88MS

Mare Parker-O'Toole '88MS established her first makerspace at the Medfield Public Library, where she was Head of Reference in 2009. "We were exploring the idea, so I turned my office into a makerspace," she recalls. "I love building community. The...

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"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

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...

Simmons School of Social Work alum Siobhan McDonold ’21MSW

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

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.