The John L. and James S. Knight Foundation, a national foundation that invests in journalism, the arts, and local communities to foster informed and engaged communities, announced this significant investment in support of The Gwen Ifill College.
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Charlotte tells us about her experience as the Sustainability Club President and her internship at NASA this summer!
Simmons is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Rong Tang has been awarded a 2019 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program award for the project “Retooling the Librarian Workforce: Innovative Post-Master's Certificate Program for Developing Inter-Professional Informationists (IPI).” This award...
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A note from Brian Norman, Dean of the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities. I am proud to look back at a successful first year. Our collective task was to begin the work of building a college of...
Following an extensive, national search process, Simmons University, one of the first institutions of higher education in the United States to focus on preparing women for leadership, announced today the appointment of Lynette Cook-Francis as Senior Vice President for Student Engagement and Enrollment Management. Her tenure begins on August 23, 2019.
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Managing Director of the Institute for Leadership at Simmons University, Susan Brady, explains the “oxygen mask” analogy and gives a voice to the critical barriers that women have to overcome in order to further their leadership advancement in the workplace....
We caught up with Julia about pursuing psychology and the important lessons she learned at Simmons.
School of Business student Anastasia Maher shares her internship experience.
Danielle Zoller is a Jail Librarian for the D.C. Public Library. She’s been working in correctional libraries for the past 6 years. She received her BA in English literature from Roger Williams University and her MS in library science from Simmons.
What's your major? Social work with a minor in communications. Where are you from? Los Angeles, CA. What made you choose Simmons? I chose Simmons for a few reasons — the first was because it is one of the...
When I think back to my first year, I’m reminded of how much I’ve grown since coming to Simmons. Enjoy your first year and know that it is only the beginning of your journey! You never know what opportunities you’ll earn or communities you’ll find.