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  1. Linda Hinkle '23DSW at the Grand Canyon

    I have not faced anything in my life for which my military service has not prepared me. The hard work aspect that I honed in the military helps me in a very rigorous doctoral program at Simmons, and I also learned work-life balance from being in the military.

  2. Cindy Chadwick ’17PhD

    On June 11, 2022, a Drag Queen Story Hour held at the Alameda County (CA) Library was disrupted by Proud Boys protestors. This event was part of the month-long Pride Celebration held by Alameda County Library, and many public libraries...

  3. Juliette Mayers ’01MBA

    CEO, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultant, author, and motivational speaker Juliette Mayers is this year's recipient of the Phyllis Rappaport Alumnae Achievement Award. This award is given each year to an alumna of the Simmons School of Business who demonstrates...

  4. Director of the School of Social Work Melinda Gushwa

    Gushwa to serve as Principal Investigator and Project Director for grant that will support children's mental health workforce and diversity Simmons University is proud to announce that the School of Social Work has received a grant of $298,393 from Boston...

  5. Photo of MSW student, Nycole Beard

    What brought you to Simmons? It's reputation. I was considering schools for my Master's in Social Work when I ran into a random woman at the park who told me, if you want to go to a college that teaches...

  6. Gary Bailey in his office
    Faculty Spotlight

    In 2015, a 21-year-old white male named Dylann Roof committed a massacre in Charleston SC when he murdered nine people who were attending Bible study at Mother Emanuel Church. Roofs' actions were initially reported as those of a lone wolf...

  7. The cupola at Simmons University

    Black History Month is a unique opportunity to learn, grow, and discover something new about aspects of Black culture, art, and history.In the wake of recent debates about critical race theory and news stories about the removal of books from...

  8. Clark Cassone

    Assistant Professor of Practice Clark Cassone ’12MSN can attest to the longevity and successful outcomes of the Simmons nursing program. “The School of Nursing at Simmons has been around for decades, which lends the program a lot of depth” says...

  9. Associate Professor Lisa Hussey

    "Being an ally requires time, emotional effort, and risk," says SLIS Professor Lisa Hussey . "These are not always things that people think about when they say they're an ally. Posting something to Facebook saying you're an ally is a...

  10. Gabby Womack

    Need a book recommendation? Gabby Womack '17MA, '17MS has read 135 so far this year, and she's just getting started. Learn why Gabby decided to create her site Bookish AfroLatina and how her Simmons experience inspired her to be a radical librarian.