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In Fall 2019, a group of 11 Simmons undergraduate students began researching the lost West End. Supported by a “Humanities Research for the Public Good” grant from the Council of Independent Colleges, the students created a series of exhibits, including one for the West End Museum, one on Simmons’ campus, and a digital exhibit.

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Like every institution of higher learning, Simmons continues to navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, and faces important and complex choices about what happens next for our students, our faculty and staff, our campus, and our entire community. In the face of this reality, I am writing today to inform you that Simmons has an opportunity—and a plan—to ensure students can continue their journey no matter what happens this Fall.

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Voices of Simmons

In honor of National Nurses Day, we caught up with Millicent Gorham '76, '11HD about her advice to nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Millicent Gorham '76, '11HD is the Executive Director of the National Black Nurses...

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Voices of Simmons

Dear Friends of Simmons University, I am so pleased to have the opportunity to reflect on the role of research at Simmons University, and to offer this Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2019 that features the research accomplishments of faculty...