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President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. and Mark Zhukov at the 2023 Curry College Commencement at Xfinity Center President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. and Mark Zhukov at the 2023 Curry College Commencement at Xfinity Center


The rainy skies turned to sunshine as Curry College honored nearly 600 graduates from the Class of 2023 during its 143rd Commencement celebration on May 21 at Xfinity Center.

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MSN Students Pose at BID-Plymouth

Master of Science in Nursing Students Recommend Informed Healthcare Solutions in Capstone Projects

Curry College Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) students recently presented their culminating capstone research at Beth Israel Deaconess-Plymouth. Their work was the conclusion of a three-year graduate post-licensure curriculum preparing them for their chosen track of nurse educator or nurse administrator.
Student and Staff pose at 2023 Curry LEAD awards ceremony

54th Annual Curry Awards Honor Outstanding Students, Faculty, and Staff

Curry College honored the best of the best during its 54th Annual Awards Recognition Celebration. Neary 90 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
PR Capstone students pose with Dr. Brenda Wrigley

Public Relations Students Impress Non-Profit Organizations with Capstone Research

This past fall, the Curry College School of Business and Computer Science added Public Relations to its portfolio of market-relevant majors. As a requirement for the program, a cohort of students recently completed the Public Relations Campaign and Research Design course, which is designed for students to work with a non-profit organization.
Student Presents at 2023 Academic Forum

Students Present Culminating Research at Annual Academic Forum

Each spring, Curry College students present their scholarly work to the community at the annual Academic Forum. Crafted with passion and purpose while guided by caring and committed faculty, the student-led projects range across all majors and stages in the iterative process of discovering and inquiry.
Emma Keyes Poses Next to Dr. Nicole Parsons with PAL Award

Emma Keyes ’23 Stands Up for Neurodivergent Injustice with Self-Published Novel

Emma Keyes was tired of hearing the “Hollywood version” of Autism and thought the world deserved a genuine one. As a compassionate, caring, and motivated young woman, and also one living with Autism, she decided to do just that by self-publishing her first novel, entitled "Through My Eyes: A Different Perspective."
Dr. Khera poses with seniors who are helping her with research

Psychology Professor Engages Curry Students in Academic Research Development

During her own undergraduate experience, Dr. Gagan “Mia” Khera conducted research examining the experience of South Asian American women, particularly their identity and body image. Twenty-five years later, she’s thrilled to jump back to her study, but this time with the help of a pair of Curry College seniors.
SRM Students get a Private Tour of TD Garden

Sport and Recreation Management Students Tour TD Garden During Playoff Push

This spring, Sport and Recreation Management students received a private tour of TD Garden, home to the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. They also got an inside look at the Celtics Headquarters, located minutes away from The Garden.
Relay for Life Survivors Pose with Banner

Curry Community Walks for a Cause; Men’s Soccer Teammates Log 26.2 Miles in Fight Against Cancer

The Curry College community walked our Milton Campus for Relay for Life, the world’s largest peer-to-peer fundraising event benefitting the American Cancer Society. 130 community members attended the event, which raised $5,000 dedicated to saving lives with cancer. In addition to walking for a good cause, cancer survivors told their stories of impact, garnering support from our welcoming community.
Cam Hoyt '16 Completes First Boston Marathon

Cameron Hoyt ’16 Carries on the Spirit and Legacy of Team Hoyt at Boston Marathon

In his first-ever marathon, Cam Hoyt '16 proudly donned a Team Hoyt bib for The Hoyt Foundation, a non-profit organization that aspires to build the individual character, self-confidence, and self-esteem of America’s disabled young people through inclusion in all facets of daily life.

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