“It's great that Curry has shuttles going into Boston so we could do things like go to Celtics and Bruins games throughout the season.”
Monica Distefano '14
6th Grade Math Teacher
Major: Elementary Education
- Spring Break in Silicon Valley: Information Technology, Business Management Students Meet with Tech Giants
- Curry Film/TV Student a Finalist in NESN Producing Competition
- Trustee Ruth Ellen Fitch Appointed to the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board
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- 'Senior 7: Off the Grid' - Spring Art & Design Exhibit (Reception, 5/17)
April 2 - May 17
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April 6 - April 11
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Spring Break in Silicon Valley: Information Technology, Business Management Students Meet with Tech Giants
March 16, 2015
Curry College students majoring and/or minoring in Business Management and Information Technology got a unique academic opportunity during the spring of 2015, a course on Silicon Valley. But "The Energy of Silicon Valley" isn't only a course taught in a classroom in Milton. Ten students and two of their professors traveled to the West Coast to experience the hub of business and tech first-hand.
March 11, 2015
NESN (New England Sports Network) is looking for the next big producer and their search has taken them right here to the Curry College campus. Senior communication major, Michael Last '15 (Film/TV), is a finalist in a New England-wide search where aspiring student filmmakers are competing to win $20,000 in cash and a possible job at NESN, in a competition called "NESN Next Producer."
Trustee Ruth Ellen Fitch Appointed to the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board
March 2, 2015
Dr. Ruth Ellen Fitch, Hon. '11, member of the Curry College Board of Trustees, has been appointed to serve on the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board. The decision to add Dr. Fitch to the nine-member panel that oversees the $60 billion state pension fund was announced by State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg.
February 27, 2015
Several deserving communication students had the opportunity to experience the behind-the-scenes world of Tinsel Town in the winter of 2015, through Curry College's "Hollywood Productions: Up Close" class. The course has allowed a select group of advanced communication students to experience television and film production firsthand by spending a week in Los Angeles immersed in the entertainment industry.
Trustee Joyce A. Murphy Honored by Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Massachusetts Health Council, and Boston Globe Magazine
January 30, 2015
Curry College Trustee Joyce A. Murphy, Hon. '99, MPA, executive vice chancellor of UMass Medical School's Commonwealth Medicine division, was presented with a 2015 Pinnacle Award from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel on January 29, 2015. Dr. Murphy's Pinnacle Award follows two other prestigious awards she recently received.
Communication Major Elaina Druid '16 Awarded "Emerging Leader Scholarship" by Public Relations Society of America
November 13, 2014
Communication major Elaina Druid '16 has been recognized by the Boston Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) as its 2014 "Emerging Leader Scholarship" recipient. The award was presented to Elaina during PRSA Boston's Annual Meeting at WCVB studios in Needham.
November 10, 2014
Curry College English professor and Writer-in-Residence Bill Littlefield welcomed famed sportswriter and author Bob Ryan as the featured guest for the fall 2014 Littlefield Lecture Series event. Ryan discussed his new book, 'Scribe: My Life in Sports' with students, faculty and staff in attendance.
October 24, 2014
On Friday, October 24, the New England weather may have been gray but the Curry College campus was decked out in Purple Pride to host the final stop of Fox 25's "College Tour" series.
October 22, 2014
For Curry communication major Kevin Coleman, the 2014 MLB baseball season was one to remember. He participated as an intern for NESN's Boston Red Sox television coverage from April to October. Kevin was part of an ongoing partnership with NESN and Curry's television/digital video concentration to place students in this internship for each baseball season.
October 17, 2014
Bringing the Olympics to Boston will be a catalyst for economic growth in the city, surrounding communities, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. That was the argument made by John Fish, Chair of the Boston 2024 Partnership and CEO of Suffolk Construction, during Boston 2024: The Olympics and the South Shore breakfast forum held at Curry College