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Assistant Professor of Political Science
Jeremy Holman works at John Snow, Inc., a Boston-based, national public health consulting company, where he focuses on domestic HIV issues.
Dr. Linda Dacey is a professor of education and mathematics. Her
professional goal is to empower others to make sense of mathematics.
Lesley University is changing its undergraduate tuition pricing model effective Fall 2014 for full-time new and returning students in its traditional undergraduate programs.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is a dynamic, intellectually rigorous and highly interdisciplinary part of Lesley University. We invite you to learn more about us. Please read News from 29 Mellen.
Established in May 2011 with support from the Schoen Family Foundation, the Child Homelessness in Massachusetts Initiative is designed to bring attention to the growing number of children and families without adequate shelter in the Commonwealth.