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Listen to representatives from our health, wellness and safety departments talk about the services they offer!

It's our first annual Simmons Safety Week! We have a variety of events planned. Check out the schedule below! You can also find additional safety information from Public Safety and the Simmons Health Center.

Continue reading Simmons Speaks: Health, Wellness and Safety.


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We're so excited to announce the keynote speakers for our premier Simmons Leadership Conference! Focusing on the theme "Dare to Compete," the conference features Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, author and columnist Arianna Huffington, and Cisco Chief Technology and Strategy Officer Padmasree Warrior.

In addition to Franklin, Huffington, and Warrior, the conference features Nilofer Merchant, author and business visionary; Claire Shipman, author of The Confidence Code; and legendary singer Darlene Love.

The event will be held on April 2nd, 2015 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Learn more about the conference!


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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: October 17th.


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Every year, the Simmons campus comes together to remember alumna Elizabeth "Betsy" McCandless, and all victims of domestic violence with the Clothesline Project.

The Clothesline Project uses t-shirts of different colors to honor and memorialize victims of relationship violence. The t-shirts are decorated with powerful statements, poetry or design and displayed on a clothesline. This display serves to make public the often private, painful, and socially silenced experiences of domestic violence victims.

This year, the Clothesline Project will be held on Wednesday, October 15.

Gina Capra from the Violence Prevention and Educational Outreach Program took the time to answer our questions about domestic violence, her office and the Clothesline Project.

Continue reading Domestic Violence: Awareness and Remembrance.


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Today is the National Day of the Girl! Here at Simmons, we are passionate about the advancement of women and girls.

One of the ways we support female empowerment is the Simmons Institute for Leadership and Change. The Institute works to build relationships with community organizations -- like Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, Big Sister Association of Greater Boston and Girls LEAP -- that focus on the development of women and girls from all cultural and economic backgrounds. The Institute recently held Science Club for Girls (SCFG) volunteer training, which brought together over 70 mentors - including Simmons College students -- and volunteers who engaged in hand-on science activities for K-12th grade girls.

Another way we get involved is with President Helen Drinan's Huffington Post blogs. President Drinan writes on topics like the incredible Mo'ne Davis, hope for women and girls in a world of violence and advice to her granddaughter.

We are constantly creating new initiatives to support women and girls worldwide. What are some of the ways you like to get involved?


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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: October 10th.



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Once again, the Simmons College School of Management has been named the No. 1 MBA program with the "Greatest Opportunity for Women" by The Princeton Review. This is the sixth consecutive year the Simmons MBA program has received the distinction.

The ranking is part of The Princeton Review's 2015 guidebook for "Best 296 Business Schools" in which the School of Management is listed.



Simmons VolleyballPresident Helen Drinan explains our participation in global initiatives that uphold Simmons' longstanding mission of promoting the leadership potential in women and girls.

The latest issue of the SIMMONS magazine spotlights our faculty, staff, alumnae/i and students making an impact around the globe. Members of our community have traveled the world -- from South Africa to Poland -- and employed their skills to make a world of difference in global issues that affect women and girls. Below are a few highlights from the latest issue!

Continue reading Making a World of Difference at Simmons.


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The Simmons campus has gone PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Following President Drinan's powerful op-ed about her recent breast cancer diagnosis, the Boston Globe wrote about our amazing Sharks and their involvement with the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Sunday, October 4th. Over 150 students walked, our largest number in the four years we've participated.

Read the full story: Simmons president's diagnosis inspires group to walk.

This is the fourth year that Simmons has assembled a team to participate in the walk, but about twice as many students signed up as in years past, said Melissa Tanguay, coordinator of health and wellness programs for the college.

"We have people here who are survivors of breast cancer," said Tanguay, 35, a recent Simmons graduate who participated twice as a student. "We have people who are bringing their mothers who have fought breast cancer." Read more.

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Welcome back to Photo Friday! Take a look at our week in pictures.

Continue reading Photo Friday: October 3rd.


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