Congratulations to Carolina Quiroa ’21MS, recipient of the 2019 Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship. In her award application, Quiroa shared her experience preserving the visual history of Guatemala.
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In her role as a clinical social worker, Jacqueline works with patients and families in need of support and resources related to urgent medical care, as well as complex health and social issues.
Jennifer Gordon ’02MS, school librarian at the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School in Cambridge, received this award for her significant achievements and demonstrated excellence in the library and information professions.
Jenness tells us about her tangible work with the Fenway Community Development Corporation, and what inspired her to pursue a career in public policy.
Jocelyn tells us what inspired her to run for South Portland's City Council and the issues she hopes to tackle while in office.
In 2016, Research & Instruction Librarian Stacy Collins ’16MS, ’16MA created the Anti-Oppression LibGuide to educate and support the Simmons community. Today, this guide is cited in books, articles, and online. We spoke with Collins about why this guide is considered an essential resource.
Anya Brodrick '13MS combines her passions for music and library sciences in her position with "The President's Own" United States Marine Band.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Marda Messay, the 2020 recipient of the Alden Poole Faculty Mentor Award, which recognizes a faculty member who has had a profound impact on the life, career, or direction of students.