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  1. A collage of portraits of ten of the twelve Simmon University SURPASS Scholars for 2024

    Twelve undergraduate scholars from different disciplines have been selected to join the Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Simmons (SURPASs), a highly competitive, fully funded research and mentorship program. During this six week intensive, students will work with a faculty mentor to execute an independent research project of their own design and development.

  2. Carolyn Shute and Jim Corcoran

    Jim Corcoran, Associate Professor Emeritus, left a 35-year legacy of teaching students in Communications at Simmons. Thanks to the support of many donors and the work of his wife, Carolyn Shute ’88 ’91MA, the James P. Corcoran Scholarship has been established to honor that legacy, in perpetuity.

  3.  Jane Bergwall Shattuck '48 walks at the 2012 commencement ceremony

    When she matriculated to Simmons in the 1940s, Jane Bergwall Shattuck did not realize that she initiated a multi-generational presence at the University.

  4.  three generations of Simmons graduates at Peggy’s granddaughter’s graduation. From left, Judy Saslow Bounan ’76, Shanna Saslow Engel ’03, Peggy Saslow ’44, and Susan Saslow ’73.

    An interview with Peggy (Florence) Adelson Saslow, Class of 1944, who has supported Simmons and fellow alumnae/i with generous gifts of her time, effort, and funds, and began a multi-generational tradition of Simmons graduates within her own family.

  5. Jane Wesman and Simmons students attend NY Arts Management Program

    Jane Wesman ’69 is a New York-based marketing and public relations powerhouse with a passion for art, a commitment to philanthropy, and a conviction that “success in life is not just about what you know, it’s also about who you...

  6. Photo of Simmons in the Spring

    Simmons University today announced a new $5 million gift from Simmons alumna and Trustee Jennifer Eckert to expand the scope and impact of its innovative approach to leadership education throughout the institution. The gift will create the new Jennifer Eckert...

  7. Simmons University cupola

    New Jennifer Eckert Center for Leadership and Engagement will enhance leadership development opportunities for students and advance Simmons’ work as one of Boston’s premier leadership institutions. Eckert and Simmons both embrace the concept of leading with purpose, and her gift will help translate that idea into students’ preparation for life and careers after graduating.