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Winter 2014 Message from President Helen Drinan


(December 5, 2014) — I cannot believe another year has gone by and the fall semester is quickly coming to a close. For many of us, December is a time for reflection and an opportunity to plan for the future. Every year, I have much to reflect on both personally and professionally, and today I would like to share with you some of the things for which I am grateful. 

I am grateful for the opportunity to interact with our students every day. They are such bright, hardworking, and dedicated women who are just at the start of their journey. The education they receive at Simmons will provide them with all the tools they need for an incredibly bright future. Read more.

 

News  

(December 4, 2014) -- Diane Kagen Trust ’77GS recently gave $1.5 million to endow a professorship in her name at Simmons. She says her philanthropic commitment to her alma mater springs directly from personal experience.

Simmons Co-hosts Women in Public Service Project Institute
(August 20, 2014) -- From May 25-June 6, 2014, Simmons co-hosted the 2014 Women in Public Service Project Institute, bringing together a group of 50 women from more than 20 nations ravaged by war, political violence, and human rights violations. 

Remembering History, or Not
(June 11, 2014) -- Ambassador (ret) Mark Bellamy, Warburg Professor discusses remembering history and the D-Day anniversary.

Important Update from President Drinan
(May 14, 2014) -- I am writing to our entire Simmons College community—students, parents, faculty, staff, trustees, and alumnae/i—to update you on the significant accomplishments we have achieved, and on plans to move Simmons forward in the extremely demanding, competitive, rapidly changing marketplace of higher education.

Highlights from Commencement 2014
(May 9, 2014) -- The class of 2014 graduated on Friday! We've created a social media story so you can experience the amazing day.

Simmons Announces First Online Undergraduate Degree Program
(May 1, 2014) -- Simmons announced the launch of a new, online Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (RN to BSN). This is the school's first online undergraduate degree program. In addition, Simmons announced a new online Master of Science in Nursing program (RN to MSN).

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Events  

Reunion Weekend 2015 - Class Years Ending in "0" and "5"
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REUNION WEEKEND 2015
May 29-31, 2015


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Simmons Club of Boston Book Club
Wed, 21 Jan 2015
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Girl Scouts and Empowerment Through Sports Leadership Conference
Sun, 25 Jan 2015
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM


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Giving  

Professor Mary Shapiro Named Inaugural Diane Kagen Trust Professor
(August 20, 2014) -- Last year, one of the generous gifts to the Making Education Work Campaign came from the Trust Family to endow the Diane Kagen Trust '77GS Professorship for Leadership Development. This Professorship will enable us to highlight the outstanding work we already do on leadership in all five schools at Simmons and to develop a leadership platform within the core experience we are designing for our undergraduates.

Conversation on Philanthropy: Dolores Amidon D'Angelo '69, '72GS
(April 2014) -- Dr. Dolores Amidon D'Angelo '69, '72GS, an honorary Simmons trustee, has devoted her career to education as a teacher and administrator. She has been actively engaged with the College as a volunteer leader and philanthropist. Her gifts include two scholarships for students in the Honors Program: the Dolores and Lawrence D'Angelo Endowed Scholarship for education majors, and the Dolores Amidon D'Angelo Honors Scholarship Fund for study abroad.

Recent Graduates Stay Connected, Give Back to Simmons
(March 31, 2014) -- Associate members of the 1899 Leadership Society are recent alumnae who join the leadership giving society at graduated giving levels.

$2.1 Million Bequest from Mara Dole '61LS is Largest in College's History
(March 31, 2014) -- The late Mara Dole '61LS, a former cataloger at the Harvard Law School Library, generously gave $2.1 million through a bequest which has been used to establish new funds to further enhance innovation and technology at the Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

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