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As you can see from the Simmons website, leadership is central to our mission. Honors students in particular naturally gravitate toward leadership positions on campus and in the surrounding community. Pick one organization at Simmons or in the local Boston community that you would like to get involved in, and tell us how being a member of the Honors Program will be beneficial to you in this role.
Please explain your interest in pursuing an engineering career, and what makes you a strong candidate for the accelerated 3+2 Engineering Dual-Degree Program at Simmons
What is public policy and why do you want to study it in an accelerated program?
The MPH program @Simmons focuses on health inequities and the intersections of public health and social justice. What interests you in a career in public health, and what health inequities do you hope to address in your work and why? What do you hope to gain from the accelerated 3+1 BS to MPH program?
Why are you interested in becoming a social worker? What experiences have you had that prepare you for this program? What do you hope to gain from an accelerated BSW/MSW program, and how do you plan to manage the accelerated pace of this program
Additional Honors supplemental essay: should be 400 words that addresses one of the following:
There has been a lot of recent publicity about Artificial Intelligence (AI), much of which concerns ChatGPT and the potential--both good and bad--for future uses of AI. Write an essay in which you weigh in on this debate, and suggest how you might constructively use AI as a college student.
Increasingly, commentators have pointed out how polarized we have become as a society. Media scholars describe the "echo chamber" many of us inhabit, where we hear views we agree with amplified, and rarely hear opposing points of view. How do you get multiple perspectives on an issue? In what ways do you see your college experience as an opportunity to learn from people with different views from your own, and to hear competing points of view on controversial topics?
What can older people learn from your generation?
Why are you interested in the 3+1 LIS program, and how will a Bachelor‘s in Computer Science or Information Technology help you reach your Library Information Science career goals?