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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—or worse—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. Will an Alzheimer’s cure be far behind?

A program aimed at remedying racial disparities is changing the face of nursing—and changing lives in the process.

Simmons will dedicate the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities in October.

A groundbreaking researcher is exploring the link between noise and health.

Professor Judith Aronson is likely best known at Simmons for teaching graphic design, but she is also a widely published photojournalist.

Students’ study abroad inspires fresh takes on shared challenges.

Simmons has updated its widely used online training about domestic violence.

MindScope Editor Kristen Doucette ’19 shares her passion for science.

The move is a key development in plans to launch four new colleges this fall.

A former ambassador reflects on the diplomatic life.

Professor Judy Beal has been elected to lead the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

Rachel Yung-Hsin Wang ’19GS is the 2017 recipient of the LEE & LOW… and Friends Scholarship.

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—or worse—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. Will an Alzheimer’s cure be far behind?

A program aimed at remedying racial disparities is changing the face of nursing—and changing lives in the process.

Emma Willmann ’08 is a comedian on the rise.

After 20 years in marketing and government, Laurie Flynn ’11GS became president and CEO of Link to Libraries, a nonprofit that promotes childhood literacy.

Trustees commit to giving $2 million to The Simmons Fund.

Margaret Akingbade ’73 sees only ability in disability.

Alumnae/i and friends connected for events around the country featuring “purposeful discussions” guided by speakers from campus.

Cherie Miot Abbanat ’90 leads a nonprofit in Haiti promoting women’s self-sufficiency.

Priven ’14HS turned his passion for food and nutrition into a business.

A popular rite of spring celebrates students and scholarship donors.