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janet steinmayer addressing commencment, wide angle
Jan 30, 2024
Lesley university names 2024 Commencement speaker
picture of Julie Farnam
Jan 25, 2024
Julie Farnam (GSASS, ’05) releases inside look of January 6
People in the Roberts Gallery during an exhibition looking at artwork
Dec 5, 2023
On view at the Lunder Arts Center until December 17.
Photo of Stacey smiling against a gray background
Nov 30, 2023
A new support program is launched to help Threshold students navigate life after Lesley.
carolyn jeppsen at podium
Nov 9, 2023
Advocate Carolyn Jeppsen kicks off Thought Leadership Series touching on the business case for inclusive workplaces
Tree on Doble quad with yellow leaves
Nov 1, 2023
Friends and colleagues remember innovative former dean of Education and Special Education, highlighting her contributions and ‘culture of caring’
illustration of people sitting on a school bus wearing masks
Aug 31, 2021Boston Magazine
Dr. Lisa Fiore offers her perspective in a Boston Magazine article about children going back to school in person.
Headshot Kimberly Lowe
Dec 2, 2020NBC Boston
"There's a fear that these investigations may ramp up and that they may actually result in indictments, and in some cases, jail time."
Jason Reynolds portrait
Sep 10, 2019WFPL
"Ghost," a play based on the novel of the same name by creative writing faculty Jason Reynolds will open the Stage One Family Theatre's season in Louisville, Kentucky.
Photos of Hilary Kreisberg standing on Mellen Walk on Doble Campus
Sep 10, 2019WBUR
Hilary Kreisberg talks about her book "Adding Parents to the Equation: Understanding Your Child's Elementary School Math."
Photo of Lauren Pratt holding a guitar
Sep 10, 2019Billboard
Billboard premiers expressive therapies student and singer-songwriter Lauren Pratt's new album "Young American Sycamore."
Lisa Fiore portrait
Sep 9, 2019CBS Boston
“When teachers dictate too much what children are doing .... after a while it deadens their school experience,” says Professor Lisa Fiore.