College of Arts and Sciences Graduate
Education, Children's Literature, English, History, Gender/Cultural Studies, Behavior Analysis, Liberal Arts
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A Message from Dean Renée T. White:
While outdoors the chill is officially in the air again and the leaves are just slightly passed prime viewing, indoor activity continues to keep us energized and excited. We had a successful week with Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Marjorie Margolies – I hope some of you were able to attend at least one of her public events. We also just learned that Simmons College is the first to establish a campus chapter of Vision 2020. There are 18 committed and focused students who have embraced the Vision 2020 goal of achieving true gender equity in work, education, pay, and leadership. Recently, Elizabeth (Libby) Gragg '13 and Natalya Hallanan '13, two master's students at Simmons College (The New England Center for Children campus) were selected as two of the five finalists in the 2012 B.F. Skinner Foundation and Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT) Student Research Competition. Graduate students from across the country were invited to submit their posters, and submissions were reviewed and rated by prominent behavior analysts. I want to congratulate them for their achievement.
I wish each of you a peaceful Thanksgiving and time to reflect on what matters most.
Renée T. White, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
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