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Simmons School of Management's Susan Vinnicombe Presents the best NED Award in the Not-For-Profit Catagory

On April 3rd Simmons School of Management's Susan Vinnicombe presented the best NED Award in the Not-For-Profit Catagory to Alice Maynard. The Awards acknowledge the role of a Non-Executive Director, Chairman or Trustee across any size of company/organisation, and across all business and not-for-profit sectors.The NED Awards were established in 2006, by Peel Hunt, to recognise those NEDs who have made a real contribution to the business and not-for-profit sectors, whose commitment and achievements helped the organisation grow....Read more »

Professor Paula Gutlove Discusses Salary Negotiation on WGBH

Simmons School of Management Maintains Prestigious AACSB Business Accreditation

Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2014 MBA Diversity Fellowship Program

Highlights from "The Frontlines of Health Care IT: War Stories and Lessons Learned" Event

Moving Forward with Health Reform - Where? - April 14

Simmons College to Host Public Forums on National Health Care Reform, Feb. 25, April 3 & 14

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Being on Hold

After I graduated with my undergraduate degree I was excited to be out in the "real world," but I always knew, in the back of my mind, that I would be going back for further education at some point.  I planned to work for a couple years, and then go back to school in my mid-twenties, when I had a better understanding of what I really wanted to get out of my graduate degree. I didn't expect that process to take 7 years.  ...Read more »

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