• 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.

  • Bringing Science to Life

    Veterinary school internship is the latest stop on Hannah Willis’s journey to science teaching

  • Strauch-Mosse Lecture Series Presents Suzanne Lacy

    The performance and installation artist, writer and educator will speak at Lesley University on Thursday, December 4 at 7pm.

  • Waste No More

    A new food waste ban, the first-of-its-kind in the nation, has put the impetus on more than a thousand organizations throughout Massachusetts to reduce their food waste, and in turn, step up their recycling, re-use, and composting efforts.

  • Artist Rising: Adam O’Day Never Puts Down His Paintbrush

    Whether he was “working on an old pirate ship” or winning a major portrait competition, Adam O’Day’s (’05) career has been nothing short of an adventure since he graduated from Lesley.

  • Faculty Spotlight


    David Elliott

    M.F.A. Creative Writing Faculty

    Division of Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

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  • Faculty Spotlight


    Marion Nesbit

    Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies

    Division of Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Interdisciplinary Studies

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  • Faculty Spotlight


    Elizabeth Mooney

    Adjunct Fine Arts Faculty

    Elizabeth Mooney brings with her teaching experience from RISD, MassArt, and Carnegie Mellon.

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  • Workshop Visit Day


    December 6 | 9am - 1pm

    Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get inside our classrooms and studios, voice your opinions, ask questions, and see for yourself what Lesley is all about.

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  • Information Sessions


    Graduate Programs - December 11

    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


    Education Programs in Wakefield, MA

    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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