Groundbreaker Adela Raz ’08 steps up as Afghanistan’s first female Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
Behavior analysts can face a disconnect between training and practice when helping clients from different cultures. Simmons scholars are on the case.
In a trailblazing career, Claire B. Rubin ’61 has earned her stripes as a national expert on disaster recovery.
President Helen Drinan ’75MS, ’78MBA will depart Simmons in June 2020.
Aaron Wolfson ’14 taps the power of digital communication to advance social justice.
Professor Laura Prieto is the first Alumni Chair in Public Humanities under the Ifill College’s new program.
Dean and Professor Judy Beal retires after transforming a nursing program and launching a new college.
The award supports a summer undergraduate research program in synthetic biology.
Assistant Professor of Nutrition Rachele Pojednic says the benefits of “exercise prescriptions” remain largely untapped.
Peizhu “Pam” Qian ’19 and her computer science team won an international competition.
Alumnae/i who ran for office in November included three elected to state legislatures.
Simmons takes significant strides toward being the most inclusive campus in New England.
For the Simmons World Challenge, sophomores tackled low breastfeeding rates.
Katie McGrath ’90 is opening doors for Simmons students.
Entrepreneur Joanne Domeniconi ’81 has an eye for innovation.
Rebecca Santos Seetahal ’15 masters online marketing.
Canadian children’s author Kit Pearson ’82MA has a new claim to fame.
"Cocktails and Conversation" Reception, Scholarship Appreciation Brunch, and the Department of Physical Therapy Networking Reception.
Catherine “Kate” Hale ’14 is improving water transit along the East Coast.
Researchers can now access Gwen Ifill’s papers and more.
Entrepreneur Catherine Morris ’16MS aims to break down barriers through arts and culture.