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  1. Tiffany Cooper ‘16MSW and Jerrica Raspberry Lawson ‘17MSW

    Jerrica Raspberry Lawson '17MSW, '26PhD and Tiffany Cooper '16MSW are the co-founders and CEO's of Kujichagulia (Kuji) Wellness Center , a virtual practice based in Massachusetts that provides individual counseling, clinical supervision, and consulting. Their services are client-centered, culturally-affirming and...

  2. Jamie Lee '23 speaking at podium

    On October 26, Simmons celebrated Founder's Day. For this event, Simmons undergraduates are invited to participate in an essay contest. Contestants wrote about how their experience at Simmons realizes John Simmons' vision for educating what President Lynn Perry Wooten calls...

  3. Spectrum Scholarship Recipients Maria Lee ’23, Marian Candelaria ’23, and Caitlin Abadir-Mullally ’23

    The American Library Association (ALA) recently awarded Spectrum scholarships to 60 exceptional students throughout the country pursuing library degrees. Spectrum scholarships help support diversity, equity, and inclusion in library and information science. This year, five Simmons SLIS students received the...

  4. Maya Bergamasco ’19MS

    Maya Bergamasco ’19MS shares how her experiences at Simmons led to her current role, Faculty Research & Scholarly Support Librarian at Harvard Law School Library.

  5. Collage of 10 books by Latinx authors

    To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, we have compiled a list of books by Latinx authors that explore their cultures from a variety of perspectives, including recent publications and classic texts.

  6. College of photos including instructors, a note board, and interactive exercises

    This summer marked the eighth year of the Simmons/HMS Summer Teaching Institute, where Simmons faculty and Harvard Medical School Postdoctoral Fellows came together for a bootcamp experience of pedagogical theory and practice. The Summer Teaching Institute began in 2015 through...

  7. Photo of Vanessa Robinson-Dooley

    Simmons School of Social Work Associate Professor Vanessa Robinson-Dooley just published the co-edited volume Black Men's Health: A Strengths-Based Approach Through a Social Justice Lens for Helping Professions . In this book, Robinson-Dooley and her co-authors explore Black men's health...

  8. Kimberly Mayes, LCSW '23DSW

    As a psychotherapist, social worker, and business owner, Kimberly Mayes, LCSW '23DSW holistically supports her clients in all aspects of her career. "Because I have first-hand knowledge of the impacts of social injustices within the [BIPOC] community," says Mayes, "I'm...

  9. Simmons students march for women's lives, Washington D.C., March 9, 1986, courtesy of Simmons University Archives

    Since 1971, the United States has recognized Women's Equality Day to commemorate women's right to vote and the anniversary of the 19 th amendment. Simmons University faculty have produced pioneering research on the history of women's struggle for equity. Students...

  10. News | Class of 2026 Photo Collage

    We are delighted to welcome the Class of 2026 to the Simmons community! Take a look at these facts about our newest class.