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.
Disruptive media talent Elisa Kreisinger ’08 wants you to know how white women ruined her summer, why separating the art from the artist is absurd, and the truth about Serena’s shouting.
A pioneering, hands on health equity program challenges students to ask deep questions in pursuit of health justice.
Six decades ago, math whiz Connie Lewis ’63 defied cultural odds on her way to a remarkable career.
What green chemistry teaches us about the hidden toxic ingredients in our beauty products.
At the Simmons Leadership Conference, Michelle Obama encourages women to look within for lessons on how to live and lead.
With the truth under serious assault and propaganda threatening the cultural and moral underpinnings of democracy, two Simmons scholars have devised a plan to put the monsters of imagination back in their rightful place.
Jacqueline Morby ’78MBA has never faced a frontier she couldn’t conquer. Now she’s turned her venture-capital gaze on a scientific quest.