We caught up with Leslie Morris '75, founder and CEO of Women of the Dream, about her experience attending Simmons during the Civil Rights Movement, and her mission to improve the lives of young women through education.
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In honor of her retirement, Simmons established the Dr. Em Claire Knowles Scholarship to support the next generation of SLIS leaders.
President Wooten shares her thoughts on the state of higher education, the global pandemic, systemic racism, and more.
Four Massachusetts nonprofit human services agencies commission study by Simmons University and African Bridge Network.
Simmons Assistant Professor Kate Walker to participate in webinar that helps registered dietitians and physical therapists better identify and treat malnutrition.
A newfound passion for archives sparks a total career shift for Andrew Castrenze '20MS. We caught up with Andrew about his background as a boat captain and what ignited his interest in archival studies.
Bridgett Pride '18MA, '18MS shares why she loves working as a reference librarian and what it's like to work in an environment that affirms Black Life daily.
In honor of Pride Month, Professor Gary Bailey shares his thoughts on the comparison of the HIV/AIDS epidemic to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how the lack of response to the HIV/AIDS crisis differed from the swift actions taken by U.S. government officials when faced with COVID-19.