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  1. Dr. Heidi Julien Photograph

    Allen Smith Visiting Scholar Heidi Julien, PhD, shared digital literacy tips with the Simmons community in her presentation, “Misinformation and Information Behavior: Challenges for the Information Professions.”

  2. Dr. Michael C. LaSala

    School of Social Work Dean Michael LaSala was included in the 100 Most Impactful Global Contributors to Social Work Publications, a list published by Sage Journals.

  3. A basic map of Haiti

    After armed groups overran Port-au-Prince, thereby displacing thousands of residents and hindering access to food, Haiti’s government declared a state of emergency on March 4, 2024. According to Sylvain, Haiti must cultivate strong leadership to overcome the current crisis.

  4. A number of pills pouring out of a prescription bottle.

    Millicent Gorham, a Simmons alumna, honorary doctorate, and Trustee argues that “we must recognize that obesity is a chronic disease with serious health consequences.”

  5. Eli Lorenzo

    Eliezer “Eli” Lorenzo ’23MSW is a case manager for a new practice framework at VA Boston Health Care called Care Coordination and Integrated Case Management (CCICM). Through phone calls and home visits, Lorenzo reaches out to veterans who have a...

  6. Headshots of the 2024 Senior Scholar Award winners

    The annual Senior Scholar Award is sponsored by the Provost's Office and the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships. The award recognizes six graduating seniors for their outstanding scholarship and contribution to a field of study.

  7. Horn Book creator Bertha Mahoney and a poster celebrating 100 years of the Horn Book magazine

    In October of 1924, the first issue of The Horn Book magazine appeared. It began as a newsletter from the Bookshop for Boys and Girls, one of the first children’s book shops in the United States, established in 1916 by...

  8. President Lynn Perry Wooten seated near a wall hanging of the University seal

    We will offer a variety of ways for our community – students, faculty, staff, alums, and friends – to participate in this historic moment as we honor the many contributions of this institution and the remarkable Simmons trailblazers, visionaries, and leaders who have and continue to shape our University and our world.

  9. Anna Rodriguez

    Anna Rodriguez is a mental health therapist at Cartwheel Care, a behavioral healthcare company that partners with K-12 schools to provide mental health services to children and adolescents.

  10. Gloria Steinem. Anne Jardim, and Thasunda Brown Duckett

    We are proud that this year marks the 125th anniversary of Simmons University, an institution founded for equality and dedicated to furthering social justice and economic mobility. We are also celebrating 45 years of The Simmons Leadership Conference , an...