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Three Simmons Advisors Win NACADA Scholarships

Congratulations on the following academic advisors on winning NACADA Region 1 Scholarships and Awards for 2020.

February 4, 2020

Associate Professor of Social Work Receives Award

Tamara J. Cadet, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, received a new award funded by the Department of Health and Human Services for the project “Shared Decision-making and Colorectal Cancer Screening Behaviors among Older Adults with Low Health Literacy” in the amount of $633,906.

February 3, 2020

Professor Zachary’s Work Included in Upcoming Art Exhibits

Professor Zachary from the department of Art and Music will have work included in two upcoming exhibitions in Boston, one at Area Gallery and one at European Gallery. Both exhibitions will open next week.

February 3, 2020

Professor Writes Op-Ed in Boston Paper

Dr. Maria Abate, Assistant Professor of Biology wrote and op-ed about her decision to sign the climate emergency warning in The Fenway News. Read the article on page four.

December 17, 2019

Provost Faculty Fellow Presents at Online Learning Consortium

Program director and associate professor of practice Dana Grossman Leeman, M.S.W., Ph.D., presented at the 25th Online Learning Consortium Accelerate conference in Orlando, Florida.

December 4, 2019

Employee Profile: Helen Brabant-Bleakley

Senior Class Gift, Phone-a-thon, the 1899 Leadership Society, they all have one thing in common: giving.

December 4, 2019

Solo Exhibit Opening in SoWa – Dec 6

Professor Edie Bresler invites the Simmons community to her solo exhibit opening.

Professor of Art Displays Work in Exhibition

Professor Colleen Kiely’s painting are included in the The Odyssey Project: An Old Story for Modern Times at The Museum of Art, an exhibition at the University of New Hampshire- Durham.

November 25, 2019

Professor Wins AGESW Rose Dobrof Award

Dr. Jennifer Putney, LICSW has been awarded the AGESW Rose Dobrof Award for her article titled “Fear runs deep: The anticipated needs of LGBT older adults in long term care”.

November 5, 2019

Professor Paul Abraham Leads ESL Symposium

The symposium, Is it SPED and /or ESL? Using Writing to Identify Needs, addressed the complexities of identifying special needs among English learners and attracted over 80 teachers and administrators, both SPED and ESL, from school districts throughout Arkansas.

October 23, 2019
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