Simmons Trustee Tiffany Dufu’s multichannel mission is to empower as many women as she can.
Expanding treatment options for communities caught by the epidemic.
The first job out of college can be life and career changing— just ask Boston Children’s Hospital CEO Sandra L. Fenwick ’72.
Implementation of the University’s vision for the future is entering a new phase.
Former prime minister of Australia Julia Gillard champions her priorities on the world stage.
Lepaine Sharp-McHenry now leads The College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences.
Students created an open-access history of the incarceration of enslaved people.
Simmons scholars helped Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts put its “Gender Bending Fashion” exhibit in context.
New Senior VP Lynette Cook-Francis oversees student engagement and enrollment management.
Faculty authors collaborated with students on a new book.
Viewing the University from every angle.
An Ifill College alumna joined Simmons’ first delegation to the National Association of Black Journalists Convention.
In a first, this year’s Simmons World Challenge students went abroad.
Simmons takes significant strides toward being the most inclusive campus in New England.
The annual Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston marked its fourth decade with a focus on “Designing Success.”
Charles C. Daniels Jr. ’12MSW helps struggling dads find themselves.
Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody ’89 works as a leader of reproductive psychiatry research.
Close to 350 alumnae from classes ending in “4” and “9” participated in a weekend of reuniting, reconnecting and reminiscing.
For three generations, the Saslow family has made Simmons a family affair.
Simmons hosted the annual Commencement Recognition Celebration on May 16.
“Cohort” scholarships offer more than financial support.
In two leadership roles, Jane Sánchez ’76MS is moving the Library of Congress forward.
Hands-on research led Karen Adler Abramson ’99MS to a career in archives.