"Schools and communities across the country vary greatly, but our data show that systemized and well-planned partnership programs are effective regardless of location or the demographics of students and families." -Joyce Levy Ep
I try to inspire fascination — with their own skills, and with the possibilities that they think are beyond their limits." -Pell Osborn
The Alumni Awards, presented annually, recognize Lesley alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of Lesley University through service to the university, the community, and/or their professions.
Lesley graduate Paul Powers leads his middle school class to finals in national Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.
A network of new and experienced teachers to guide you through those uncertain times in your teaching career.
As an art therapist, Debra has worked around the world to study the impacts of turmoil and violence and the ability of art therapy to “provide an effective means of expressing the resulting experiences of fear, loss, separation, instability and disruption.”
The Alumni Awards, presented annually, recognize Lesley alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of Lesley University through service to the university, community, and/or their profession.
Alumni Weekend 2012 was a fantastic gathering of alumni from all schools and many class years.
Kati Haycock addressed the Lesley Community and Lesley’s Leadership Council.
Lesley alumna and trustee Carol Moriarty and her husband have pledged $1 million to the Threshold Program and AIB.
Barbara Russell is a 1968 graduate of Lesley with a great story and a generous spirit.
Linda Altman, a graduate of the Lesley Class of 1957, characterizes her alma mater as “a university of total excellence.”
Miriam Fagan's career is a direct result of her internship while at Lesley.
Alumna Barbara-Ann Yates attributes Lesley University with having a transformational influence on both her personal and professional success.
The collection has been endowed by the Finnegan family in honor of their mother, Evelyn.
Anonymous alumna established a $5 million matching gift challenge to support and encourage additional fundraising.
Barbi Landgarten Schulick, '74, co-founded New Chapter, a leading vitamin and herbal supplement company.
Lesley University partnership will help half a million struggling students.
Lesley is relocating The Art Institute of Boston (AIB) from its present location in Kenmore Square, Boston, to Porter Square in Cambridge.
Lesley’s Partnership School Initiative creates a collaborative relationship with Kennedy-Longfellow faculty focusing on the integration of digital technology in the classroom.
Hans D. Strauch, a Lesley University Trustee and president of the Mosse Foundation, established the new fund.
Lesley Professor Nancy Roberts and husband Edward make a major contribution to AIB and Lesley’s new Arts Center.
Lesley alumna and trustee Carol Moriarty and her husband have pledged $2 million towards a new facility planned in Cambridge.
Lesley Chair of the Board of Trustees and alumna Deborah Schwartz Raizes contribute to AIB's new Arts Center.
Naomi Nason Skoler, Lesley ’63, and her family have been active members of the Lesley community for five decades.
Kim Orefice Turner is a 2007 master’s graduate in elementary education from Lesley’s School of Education.
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