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April 12-14, 2013
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Roslyn M. Watson '71 was awarded the Alumnae Service Award at the Evening of Appreciation in October, for her outstanding service to the College and the Alumnae Association. In her remarks, Roslyn reflected on her experiences as a Simmons student in the 60s, and her reconnecting with the college after a period of relative inactivity.
Read the transcript of remark by Roslyn M. Watson '71.
Leslie Morris '75, in partnership with the Campbell Soup Company, will be hosting a focus group for black women graduates in the classes of 1965-1979. The focus group discussion will address factors and issues associated with career and life success of these outstanding Simmons women. The goal is to use these success stories to assist young girls of color – particularly those of low income backgrounds - in their transition to college and ultimately a successful life.
The Campbell Soup Company will disseminate a letter to approximately 100 black women inviting them to the Campbell Soup headquarters for a reception and focus group discussion. The event is expected to take place in May or June of 2012.
For more information, please contact Leslie Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2011 Message from AAAA President Diane Dickerson
Spring 2011 Message from AAAA President Diane Dickerson
African American Alumnae/i Association (AAAA) Mission:
- The mission of the African-American Alumnae Association (AAAA) is to represent and serve all African American and African descended alumnae/i of Simmons College, in order to serve and advance the interests of Simmons College and to support African descended alumnae/i and students. We foster a spirit of fellowship among alumnae/i, students, faculty and administrators; and preserve the history and celebrate the accomplishments of the college and its alumnae/i.
African American Alumnae/i Association (AAAA) Goals
The goals of the AAAA are to:
- To lead in the continuing development of Simmons alumnae/i of African descent as influential professionals in the community, the home and the work place;
- To direct a process incorporating alumnae/i with students, faculty and administration to further unify and strengthen the college;
- To foster an inclusive environment that addresses the academic, cultural and social needs of students of African descent at Simmons College, potentially increasing their recruitment, retention and overall quality of life; and
To promote recognition of the undergraduate college as a unique women's educational experience for students of African descent.
African American Alumnae/i Association Executive Board of Simmons College Contacts [List of the AAAA Executive Board]
For contact information, please call 800-831-4284 or email email@example.com.