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  1. Students sitting in radio studio, wearing masks, talking into microphones

    The Simmons University radio station, Simmons Radio: The Shark, was awarded "Best Community Outreach Event" by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Conference.

  2. man jumping on the middle of the street during daytime photo

    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...

  3. Headshot of Professor Johnnie Hamilton-Mason

    As King Boston's inaugural Visiting Scholar, School of Social Work Professor Johnnie Hamilton-Mason supports the organization's research infrastructure while delving into her own research on the League of Women for Community Service, an organization created by and for Black women in the South End of Boston in the 1940’s.

  4. Nicole Morison Acrylic Gouache on Paper

    Undergraduate students across Simmons presented research projects and creative works in a dynamic day of live Zoom panel sessions and pre-recorded video presentations . In a live presentation, Computer Science students Chelsea Hua ’24, Livic Inoa ’22, Melat Ali ’22...

  5. Headshot of Nanette Veilleux

    Professor Nanette Veilleux , from the Division of Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics, was selected by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Computer Society’s Awards Committee and the Society’s Board of Governors to receive the 2022 IEEE Computer Society...

  6. Asiyah Herrera

    This year, English major and education minor Asiyah Herrera ’25 will see her words in print — large print. Her poem is part of the “Love Letters to Roxbury” mural project on display in the Roxbury Public Library.

  7. photo of Anne Villano ’21MSW

    Anne Villano '21MSW was awarded the 2022 Hanscom Air Force Base Military Spouse of the Year by the Armed Forces Insurance Program. Villano was selected for her candid approach to the mental health issues faced by members of the U.S. military and their families through creative therapies. We spoke to her about this work, and her advocacy for mental health in the military.

  8. Jyoti Puri

    Jyoti Puri , Professor of Sociology and Hazel Dick Leonard Chair was the recipient of the 2021 Jessie Bernard Award , given annually in recognition of work with broad scholarly impact that has “enlarged the horizons of sociology to encompass...

  9. Julia Rodgers

    What led you to Simmons? I love the idea of an all-women’s education. When I took a tour of Simmons and learned about the environment, women empowering other women, I knew that’s exactly what I wanted. Simmons was a safe...

  10. Simmons University Main College Building

    As we prepare for 2022, we're taking a look at the moments and stories that shaped the Simmons community in 2021.