• A Critical Re-examination of U.S. History

    During a screening and talk at Lesley, Oscar-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone offered an altered look at America through his “Untold History of the United States” series

  • On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer's

    Award-winning investigative journalist Greg O'Brien, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's at 59, shares his story on Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in Washburn Hall.

  • Behind the Scenes: The Making of a Short Film

    Associate Professor Matthew Nash works with students and alumni to bring science fiction movie to life.

  • Art and Aging - How Creative Expression Can Benefit Older Adults

    Lesley Professor Dr. Raquel Stephenson taps into the healing powers of art, and employs creative endeavors as a means of keeping the elderly connected and engaged with the world around them.

  • Literacy For All: Working to Help Every Child Succeed

    In classrooms across the country, teachers encounter a range of students, from those who enter first grade already reading to those who have difficulty recognizing the letters of the alphabet.

  • Open House


    Undergraduate Programs - November 2

    You're not just choosing a college, you’re choosing to do something, to create something, to take risks, and to find your place. We support that. And we like to meet new people like you. Stop by our open house to see what the Lesley experience is all about.

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  • Information Sessions


    Graduate Programs - October 21

    Come to campus and talk with an admissions counselor about our Education or MFA in Photography and Visual Arts programs.

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  • Information Sessions


    Off-Campus Education Programs in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine

    Learn more about our off-campus education programs. Our programs follow an 8-week format, with each course meeting one weekend a month

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