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COF MLK Inclusive Service Award Nominations

The Colleges of the Fenway Human Resources Committee wishes to recognize faculty and staff who have demonstrated a commitment to the work and ideals of Dr. King through their contributions to their campus and COF communities.  Recipients will be honored at the 24th Annual COF MLK Breakfast. Self-nominations will be accepted. Nominations are due Friday, […]

January 6, 2022

2023 Honorary Degrees Nominations

At Simmons’ 2023 Commencement ceremonies, we will bestow honorary degrees to four to six individuals who exemplify the Simmons mission and spirit. Candidates should be prominent in their field, and should ordinarily have accomplishments demonstrated in a substantial body of work over many years. Submit a nomination to the Honorary Degree Committee. The deadline for […]

November 10, 2021

Priscilla McKee Award 2020

The Priscilla McKee Award was established in 1988, the year Vice President Priscilla McKee retired, to honor her dedication to Simmons.

June 26, 2020

SSW Ph.D. Student Publishes Book

Eileen Dacey, LCSW, a Simmons Ph.D. student, published a book on hoarding disorder titled “Reclaim Your Life From Hoarding: Practical Strategies for Decluttering Your Home, Organizing Your Space, and Freeing Yourself”. The book will be available on July 7 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon.

Simmons Community Engagement Faculty Fellow

Simmons Community Engagement is pleased to announce our Faculty Fellow for 2020 – 2021, Sarah E Pratt, Assistant Professor and Manager of Field Experiences, School of Library and Information Science.

May 26, 2020

Communications Department End of Semester Launches and Events

The Communications Department released its annual student magazine on Monday, May 11.

National Student Employment Week

This year Simmons joined colleges across the country to celebrate and recognize the value of our student employees for National Student Employment Week.

Simmons Mom and Daughter Fundraise for Local Restaurants and Health Care Workers

Professor of Practice Kim Harriman and her daughter Annie Harriman, a junior in Simmons business management program, has created a website that allows people to send gift cards from local restaurants to health care workers.

April 14, 2020

Assistant Director of Career Education Center Wins Grant

Kate Rettstadt, Assistant Director, Employer Relations in the Career Education Center received a $900 Professional Development Grant from the Eastern Association of Colleges.

April 13, 2020

Talia Hirsh Elected to NACADA Leadership Position

Congratulations to Talia Hirsh, the Associate Director for the Office of Undergraduate Advising.