Michele Norris moderated a conversation with Ava DuVernay, filmmaker and founder of ARRAY, and Sherrilyn Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
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President Lynn Perry Wooten shares the news of the passing of Dr. Lydia Smith, founder of the Master of Arts in Teaching program, an author, and a pioneer in the field of education, known for her passion and commitment to teaching.
Jocelyn tells us what inspired her to run for South Portland's City Council and the issues she hopes to tackle while in office.
We caught up with Catrina about her experience transferring to Simmons.
Allen will read an excerpt from her young adult historical novel “All You Have to Do” during a virtual reception hosted by the Associates of the Boston Public Library on October 8.
We caught up with Abbye Meyer, the new assistant professor in the children's literature program! Learn more about her passion for children's literature, disability studies, and how she knows Scottish rock band, Belle and Sebastian.
SLIS Assistant Professor Rebecca Davis has received a Laura Bush 21st Century Early Career Development Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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Assistant Professor Lydia G. Fash shares details about the "On the High Seas" course which combines literature and the history of piracy.
Meet your professor: Lydia G. Fash, Department of English. We caught up with Professor Fash about her love of Simmons students and what TV show she can't stop watching.
Congratulations to Lola Getz '21, recipient of the Ifill Scholarship!
Ashleigh Coren '14MS is the Women's History Content and Interpretation Curator at the National Portrait Gallery. We spoke with her about her work and her passion for women's history.