Welcome to the Simmons School of Education & Human Development's Alumni Homepage
Stay connected with the Simmons School, your classmates, fellow alumni, and the faculty through involvement in the Simmons Alumni Association, which provides social, educational, and cultural opportunities to enjoy the school's resources, to contribute to its future, and to take pride in your involvement with the School.
Simmons Alumni Spotlight:August 2020
Each month, Simmons spotlights one of our amazing alumni and shares more information about their work since graduating Simmons.
This month, we are featuring Robyn Short. She is the founder of the Workplace Peace Institute, an organizational systems design and research firm. She graduated from Simmons with a Masters of Liberal Arts in 1998, a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution in 2015, and a Doctorate of Liberal Studies in 2020.
Simmons is dedicated to the advancement of professionals across many fields of education, counseling, dispute resolution, applied physiology, sports management, and wellness. This podcast focuses on interviewing our alumni and recounts their time at Simmons and discusses some of the great things they are currently doing.
Listen to the podcast by clicking here.
Simmons Alumni Class Notes
Share news about your career, family, experiences, and adventures with the Simmons alumni community. Tell us how you’re helping to shape your world in big and small ways, and we will share it in our alumni newsletters!
Please click here to share your class note.
Share Your Thoughts
Are you a Simmons alum and want to share your feedback on ways you'd like to see the school grow its alumni program?
Please contact Greg Weatherford, Director of Community Engagement and Special Projects, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-768-1779 to share your thoughts.