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Remembering Dr. June Fox
Reviewing Lesley’s leadership in teacher residencies
In the Media
Sep 29, 2023
Steven Cramer releases 7th poetry collection Oct. 15
Professor's poems already praised by a number of journals
Sep 18, 2023
2023-24 Thought Leadership Series launches Nov. 2
Presentations range from living and thriving with disabilities, to issues affecting neurodiverse learners, to the arts
Sep 8, 2023
Celebrating Lesley’s newest community members
Convocation 2023 was abundant in excitement and encouragement for graduate, undergraduate, transfer and Threshold students
Aug 28, 2023
Applying scholarship to problems and solutions
Sixth-annual Honors Symposium was a showcase of students’ examination of a range of social issues
Aug 17, 2023
Unlimited creativity with limited resources
Associate Professor presents her new book on filmmaking at Boston event on Aug. 22
Aug 14, 2023
LA+D professor selected for Fulbright Award
Dr. Sunanda Sanyal’s research examines the complex relationship between public
art and its political contexts
Sep 6, 2019
The Boston Globe
15 shows to captivate theater audiences this fall
Faculty Ronan Noone's play "The Smuggler" is one of the top performances to see in Boston this autumn.
Sep 3, 2019
Book of the Week: Other Words for Home
A "must read," Jasmine Warga's latest novel, "Other Words for Home," focuses on a young Syrian refugee who loves pop music and Reese Witherspoon.
Aug 26, 2019
Deb Berlin Travels to Arctic Circle
Middle school teacher and alumna Deb Berlin ’16 recently traveled to the Arctic Circle to study climate change with Earthwatch, an international environmental nonprofit. Image: The Rashi School.
Aug 26, 2019
10 Art Exhibits Worth Catching This Fall
In his exhibit "Our Parents, Ourselves," College of Art and Design adjunct faculty David Hilliard points a lens at his aging father and their relationship.
Aug 25, 2019
The Future of Healthcare
From the frontlines of healthcare to his service as CEO of Tampa General Hospital, John Couris ’95 has a rich career connecting people with the healing care they need.
Aug 20, 2019
Boston Playwrights' Theatre Announces Season
Creative Writing faculty Ronan Noone's award-winning play, "The Smuggler," will be performed this year at the Boston Playwrights' Theatre.