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Working for a federal contractor, Ehrnstein conducts background investigations for security clearances. Learn how this former triple-major student utilizes the research skills she honed at Simmons, and the interesting places she's conducted interviews.
Even after retiring in 2014, Ann Bradley '59 hasn't stopped contributing to the medical field. We caught up with Bradley about her ever-evolving nursing career in the fields of public health, school health, and community health.
Adaliz Cruz ’20MS isn't interested in the traditional subjects of music research. Learn more about her journey into studying and amplifying historically repressed, censored, and criminalized music.
Laney Strange '02 is one of two professors to receive the 2021 Excellence in Teaching Award from Northeastern University. Strange was nominated by students for her work in the Khoury College of Computer Science.
While pursuing a dual art and mathematics major, Whitney Andrews '11 discovered the many connections these fields share. Now a financial planning and analysis manager at L'Oréal, Andrews tells us how Simmons allowed her to explore these disparate interests.
Vicky Biancolo was appointed to the Board by Governor Charlie Baker in 2020. She is excited to improve the services of all library types all across the Commonwealth.
Michel Henry, author and social worker for Boston Public Schools, tells us about creating and performing "Dinosaur Rap," and his personal mission of reducing the psychological impacts of poverty and violence through music.
Library Director Ann Bognolo connected her students with the Great Falls Books Through Bars organization. Through this program, Bognolo helped her students understand the transformative power of libraries and education.