• Vision for Change

    Timothy Bouldry (BFA ’02) photographs landfills around the globe documenting the complex economy built around garbage, recyclables, and communities of impoverished “waste pickers”

  • Finding Her Voice

    Award-winning author Sara Farizan (MFA ’10) writes the books she wishes she could have read as a teenager

  • “Faces You Walk By” Illuminates Portraits and Stories of Homelessness

    Regional art museum presents photography student Natalie Cohen’s powerful documentary project.

  • Artist, Activist’s Provocative Work an Instrument of Social Justice

    Suzanne Lacy built her career exploring the intersection of the political and public voice, shining light on social ills.

  • Assessing and Teaching English Language Learners

    Learning as much as possible about each English language learner can increase the student’s chances for academic success.

  • Faculty Spotlight


    Danielle Georges


    Danielle Georges, poet, essayist, author, and translator, has been named Boston's new poet laureate.

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  • Faculty Spotlight


    Michelle Joubert

    Adjunct Instructor of Expressive Therapies - Dance/Movement Therapy

    Division of Expressive Therapies

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  • Faculty Spotlight


    Charlie Conn

    Design Faculty

    Charlie Conn, Adjunct Design Professor, specializes in branding and is known for his leadership of the Nantucket Nectars design.

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  • Open House


    Graduate and Bachelor's Degree Completion Programs - January 15

    Join us at the Open House to learn how a degree from Lesley University will help you achieve your academic and career goals.

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  • Visit Day


    MFA in Creative Writing Residency Visit Day - January 3rd

    Experience our MFA in Creative Writing program first hand. Sit in on an actual Residency with current students for a half day.

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  • Information Sessions


    Education Programs in Wakefield, MA - December 18

    We offer select graduate education programs in Wakefield, MA, ideal for the working adult. The programs consist of six 8-week terms per year, with two terms in a semester (spring, summer, fall).

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