News

Janet Steinmayer headshot
Apr 23, 2019
Leader with diverse background in higher education and business will build on our strong history
Janet Steinmayer headshot
Apr 23, 2019
Lesley University's seventh president
Students at conference
Apr 22, 2019
Education majors encouraged to share innovative research
A photo of a large audience in Alumni Hall listening to a panel of speakers during the day.
Apr 19, 2019
In April forum, Lesley community discusses global rise of race-related violence
Lunder Arts Center at night
Apr 19, 2019
Detroit-area sculptor and academic brings extensive experience in community outreach and fostering innovative arts centers
Young students working at a computer
Apr 18, 2019
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
Headshot of Sydney Chaffee, appears to be in a classroom
Apr 22, 2019WBUR
When a student blew up at her, Sydney Chaffee ’07 learned that as a young, white teacher, she had a lot to learn about understanding the students at Codman Academy.
Apr 14, 2019Standard Times
After running for Lesley, Kat Vicino ’14 decided to run the Boston Marathon, raising $10,000 for Cradles to Crayons.
Headshot of susan sullivan wearing a sweater
Apr 4, 2019Perkins School for the Blind
Sue Sullivan, a teacher at Perkins School for the Blind and master's candidate at Lesley, speaks about working with visually impaired students in this webinar.
Rona Ramon headshot
Apr 3, 2019The Times of Israel
Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett called Rona Ramon ’08, who died in December, a "hero full of giving and light." She received the Israel Prize for her work with the Ramon Foundation and as a grief counselor.
faculty jane brox sitting in rocking chair
Apr 3, 2019The New Yorker
Faculty Jane Brox writes about silence (the topic of her new book) and the lack thereof in this essay for The New Yorker.
Katie Cotugno black and white author photo
Apr 2, 2019Associated Press
Lesley alumna and best-selling author Katie Cotugno is teaming up with "Sex in the City" author Candace Bushnell to write a #MeToo era book titled "Rules for Being a Girl."