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"I always knew that learning outside of a book, learning from someone who has been in the field, who knows what it’s like to be out there, and having my own first-hand experiences would definitely help me in my life."

Jordan Rogers '15, Criminal Justice
Orientation Leader Coordinator

"I’ve taught at many other schools during my career, but what keeps me here is that we have small classes, students who know and help each other and are really involved both in the major and across campus."

Dr. Susan LaRocco, Nursing
Professor/Program Coordinator
Fulbright Scholar 2014-2015

"You are judged by your writing whether you like it or not – whether it’s an email, resume, cover letter - writing is important and being able to read and read critically is just as important."

Dr. Kristen Getchell, English & Writing
Coordinator, First-Year Writing Program

"It’s so easy to get involved at Curry. There are tons of clubs and organizations, really great on-campus job opportunities and professors and staff who are always here to help you."

Cameron Hoyt '17
Early Childhood Education

"This is the first generation of parents who are dealing with something they themselves have not dealt with as children and teenagers. Kids know how to hide things from their parents technologically speaking, and can outsmart them. And that's scary."

Professor Joani Geltman, MSW
From 'A Survival Guide to Parenting Teens'

"As a Psychology major, not only do you have amazing professors but the career opportunities are endless. There are lots of different avenues you can take - from the forensic side all the way to the clinical side of psychology – and that’s what makes this program so special."

Giana DiCarlo '15, Psychology

"Studying nanotechnology in Australia was the best experience I’ve ever had. It allowed me to learn other cultures and make friends with people who were from Germany, China, Switzerland, and South Africa. It was an amazing experience to network and develop those relationships."

Shawn Edge '08, Information Technology
Engineer, Silicon Valley

"I’m not just sitting on the sidelines and observing; some of my responsibilities include supporting the U.S. Trade Marketing Team, attending photo shoots, working with our products during go-to-market roll outs, and much more."

Christine Nguyen '15, Business Management
Intern, The Rockport Company

"I completed four student-teaching assignments while at Curry - in Randolph, Roxbury, Milton and Canton. Having that hands-on experience, teaching students with a variety of backgrounds, was so beneficial to my growth as a teacher."

Jordan Lancaster '13, Elementary Education
Second Grade Teacher

"I'm very happy to be representing Boston Herald Radio. I don't think I would have been given this opportunity without the help of my Curry professors and all of the time I spent working at WMLN and CC8."

Matt Fitzgerald '13, Communication
Co-anchor, 'The Lede'
Boston Herald Radio

"I had taken a public relations class in my first year and I really enjoyed it. I started to get this idea in my head that I wanted to do PR, so I threw myself into all PR classes and began doing internships. My dream is to work for a PR firm in Boston after graduation."

Elena del Peral '16, Communication/PR

"It tries to make things not right - but at least more right. Nothing will bring back those killed.""

Dr. Karen Lischinsky, Criminal Justice
Exerpt from 'New York Times' article on her work with the Massachusetts Restorative Justice Collaborative

"At first you hear the word 'Honors' and you think you'll be constantly stressed about papers and tests, but it's not really like that. The First-Year Honors Program is discussion-based learning where you are able to hear opinions and ideas from students from all the different majors."

Jared Berman '17
Politics & History and Criminal Justice

"At other schools, some nursing lecture classes can range from 300-400 students. When I came to Curry I noticed how small the classes were, and that was really important to me."

Taylor Pacheco '16, Nursing

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