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  1. Student Activists protesting

    The gender and cultural studies major shared stories of her activism while at Simmons and her current work diversifying workplaces in Silicon Valley.

  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. Jordyn Hagar ’23PhD

    What She's Studying Jordyn Hagar '23PhD currently teaches in the Social Work Department at Providence College after working as a child and adolescent family therapist for almost 15 years. At Simmons, Jordyn is studying how changes to systems and policies...

  4. Photo by Christina Morillo

    The following conversation took place between Dr. Renada Goldberg , Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Simmons University, and Taylor Eubanks, graduate student in the Gender and Cultural Studies program. Professor Goldberg talks about her current project...

  5. Fellonte Misher

    Fellonte Misher ’23MSW was playing professional football in Poland when COVID-19 cut the season short. Back home in Columbia Heights, Washington D.C. he saw people struggling with the effects of gun violence and gentrification, who also lacked the resources to...

  6. Why did you decide to attend Simmons? The idea of a woman-centered education was appealing to me, as I had attended an all-girl’s school in the Washington D.C. area since the fourth grade. I had family members who had attended...

  7. 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...

  8. Robin Roberts, Co-Anchor of Good Morning America

    On Saturday, November 6, the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities will host the Annual Ifill Forum. This year the Forum will feature the important national voices of Robin Roberts, Michele Norris, and Kevin Merida.

  9. Simmons University Main College Building's cupola with the Boston city skyline in the background

    Public database sheds new light on the more than 50,000 women who registered to vote in Boston following ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920.

  10. International Relations Warburg Chair Thomas Dougherty speaking at a conference in Istanbul.

    Former Ambassador Tom Dougherty presented, “9/11 + 20: Afghanistan After the ‘Forever War.’” During the conversation, Dougherty outlined a list of key lessons from the war that need to be considered going forward.