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Alumnae/i Feature

"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...

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Student Story

What made you choose to attend Simmons as a Dix Scholar? When I decided to pursue a career in nursing, Simmons was at the top of my list. I attended virtual info sessions and spoke to graduates of the program...

Shealynn Hendry ’21MS
Alumnae/i Feature

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...

Students working on crafts in the Maker Space
Campus & Community

That vision encompasses the entire Simmons community, for which the Makerspace will serve as a focal point for mindful, collaborative creativity. Much of the creative exploration will be led by students; the "MakerSharks" are trained student workers who will manage...

Simons Biles, Brene Brown, and Amanda Gorman
Campus & Community

The 2022 Simmons Leadership Conference, produced by the Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership, focused on the transformational power of “Cultivating Courage and Connection.” Such power was evident in speeches given by powerful leaders, including Luvvie Ajayi Jones, Susan MacKenty...

Students sitting in radio studio, wearing masks, talking into microphones
Campus & Community

The Simmons University radio station, Simmons Radio: The Shark, was awarded "Best Community Outreach Event" by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Conference on March 5, 2022. The award was in recognition of the "Full Moon Rising," an outreach event created by...

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Faculty Spotlight

This is a conversation between Naresh Agarwal, Associate Professor in the School of Library and Information Sciences and Director of Information Science and Tech Concentration at Simmons University, and Taylor Eubanks, graduate student in the Gender and Cultural Studies program...