The Ph.D. in social work is designed for experienced practitioners to develop applied scientific methodological skills and to improve the health and well-being of individuals and populations. This collection features dissertations submitted by students in fulfillment of their doctorate program.
The PhD in Library and Information Science program emphasizes scholarship, teaching and service and prepares students for research and faculty positions. This collection highlights dissertations submitted by students in conjunction with completing this program.
The PhD in Health Professions Education program prepares students to train the next generation of health care professionals. This collection highlights dissertations submitted by students in conjunction with completing this program.
This collection highlights the theses submitted by students in the dual Master's degree in History and Library and Information Science - Archive Management program at Simmons University as part of their degree requirements.
This collection consists of zines created by Simmons University undergraduate students as part of their courses. Beginning in 2015, Beatley Librarian Dawn Stahura initiated collaborations with faculty in several disciplines to bring zines into the classroom as part of instruction sessions and research projects. Since then, faculty in Sociology, Communications, and Gender Studies have continued to partner with Dawn in providing space for students to create their own research zines as part of…