"I subscribe to the notion that hard work can get you anywhere and don't really accept failure as a possibility. Using that attitude and the skills I've acquired at Curry, I'm going to see where it takes me."

Ryan Hathaway '17, Communication
Sports Editor, The Currier Times
Co-op student, Boston Globe Sports Department

"Delivering the keynote for this globally recognized conference was the highlight of my 35 year career. I was so humbled by this opportunity and honored to serve."

Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel, Psychology Professor
-On presenting her neuropsychology research at the 24th World Congress on Learning Disabilities in London


"I try to bring as much of the world as I can into the classroom, but there is no substitute for actually being there."

Dr. Grant Burrier, Politics & History
-On his upcoming Cuban Politics and Culture Study Tour in January of 2017, which will allow students to experience Cuba up close

"It's exciting, because it is taking everything I've learned about science, but rather than just doing the research at the ground level, we're on the front lines, really implementing it and putting it into policy."

Elizabeth Eddy '11, ORISE Research Participant
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Washington, D.C.

"The internship my professor helped me secure at Greater Boston Legal Services was a pretty amazing experience. And it's a position usually reserved only for law school students."

Ellery O'Hara '17
Criminal Justice, Honors Program
Men's Ice Hockey

"Within Curry's supportive environment, I felt comfortable enough to take a risk and step into leadership positions. By joining clubs and organizations, I learned how the process works and that you could start your own club, implement your ideas and create change."

Krista Selnau '09, Politics & History/English
Staff Attorney, Pine Tree Legal Assistance

"The play [was] powered by a supremely funny Gail Phaneuf in the role of Leona...[who] turned the character into a whirlwind of comic energy tinged with pathos..."

Charles Isherwood
New York Times Theatre Critic
-On Professor Phaneuf's performance in "Small Craft Warnings" at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

"Despite all of the experiences I've had abroad, I was never really involved in high school; never really put myself out there. But Curry has given me the confidence and the comfort level to take that extra step and do the things I never thought I would do."

Andrew Gass '18, English/Writing, Education

"I love being an Orientation Leader. It has opened so many doors for me, including my job as a resident assistant. The relationships that we build with the First-Year students and with my fellow OL's are just so amazing."

Abby Pieger '17
Community Health & Wellness

"Working with children to improve important life skills like social interaction and communication is very rewarding... but working abroad, with a population of children that are all second language English learners, is an incredible experience."

Christine Martinelli '14, Education
-On teaching children with autism in Abu Dhabi along side Samantha Bolivar '14

"Being a nursing student at Curry is definitely challenging, but I think the hard work that we complete in the classroom and clinical setting is what has bettered me as a PCT."

Nicole Casey '17, Patient Care Technician
Recipient - Patient Advocate Award at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

"As a young professional in this region, you have an immense opportunity to network and meet new contacts."

Bob Nolet '08, Communication/PR
-Recently featured as a regional "Rock Star" on the cover of 'Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine'

"Every day I wake up there's something new to challenge me, but never in the sense that I'm scared of the challenge - I always welcome it, and that's the best part about being here."

Khaila Fitzgerald '18, Psychology
SGA Class President
Dance Team

"Right from the get-go our professors at Curry made sure we knew where this industry was going. That was one of the things that appealed to me about Curry. I could get all of the hands on experience that I knew I was going to need."

Melissa Randall '09, Communication
News Anchor, ABC6, Providence, RI

"When we do the reviews for the shoes, I think back to sitting in studio class at Curry, where we’d critique everyone’s pieces. Our professor would always say that critiques are not something to be taken personally. In fact they help you progress and make something good, even better."

Nikki Graves '06, Global QA Specialist
The Rockport Group

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    The Brockton Enterprise recently featured the work of two students enrolled the Curry College Nursing (ACCEL) program. Maddie Ross and Jeff Gauvin (both Class of 2017) were highlighted for their academic field experiences through the Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital Homeward Bound program.

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    The Curry College Department of Fine and Applied Arts is pleased to present, "Here & Back," the first official Curry alumni art and design exhibit. This exhibit will be on display in the Student Center, Hoon Keith Quiet Study Lounge beginning October 19 and runs through December 9, with an opening reception scheduled for Saturday, October 22 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

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