“When I'm on campus it reminds me of home because there are wooded areas all around. You can walk out of your residence hall and immediately enjoy a stroll on the walking paths through the forest. It's really nice to not have tall city buildings everywhere.”
Caitlyn De Serres '18
Major: Psychology, Sociology
- Nursing Students Highlighted in Brockton Enterprise Story on Homeward Bound Program
- Recent Communication Alumni Interview the Stars
- Alumni Educate Children with Autism in Abu Dhabi
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- Homecoming and Family Weekend 2016
October 21 - October 23
- Alumni Art and Design Exhibit: Here & Back
- Open House, Session 2 - Fall 2016
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October 22, 2016
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.
October 21, 2016
A pair of Curry College communication program alumni recently had the opportunity to interview two prominent stars of entertainment and sports. ABC6 News reporter Ana Bottary'13 sat down with "How to Get Away With Murder" star, two-time Oscar nominee and Emmy Award winning actress, Viola Davis. While Kevin Coleman '15 had the opportunity to speak with New York Giants wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVI champion, Victor Cruz.
October 13, 2016
As Curry College students majoring special education, Samantha Bolivar '14 and Christine Martinelli '14 gained a wide variety of experiences through relevant classroom exercises and years of valuable field placements in Boston-area schools. But little did they realize that they would soon be putting those skills to good use on the other side of the world.
October 7, 2016
Award-winning playwright, director and Senior Lecturer Gail Phaneuf received high praise in the 'New York Times' for her acting prowess in the play "Small Craft Warnings" which ran in Provincetown earlier in the fall. The review calls Phaneuf's performance "supremely funny" and notes she turned her character "Leona" into a "whirlwind of comic energy tinged with pathos."
October 1, 2016
Curry College Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel recently served as the opening keynote speaker at the 24th World Congress on Learning Disabilities at the University of Sunderland in London, England. Her keynote presentation was titled "The Resilient Brain: The Neuropsychology of Pediatric Resilience Despite the Impact of Emotional Disorders."
September 8, 2016
The Curry College School of Nursing held their first annual Nightingale Ceremony on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 in the Katz Gymnasium. Named for the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, the event celebrates Curry nursing students in their second year of the program, as they begin their clinical education in area hospitals.
VIDEO: WCVB's 'Chronicle' Features Dr. Karen Lischinsky's Work with MA Restorative Justice Collaborative
September 1, 2016
VIDEO: On Thursday, September 1, WCVB's 'Chronicle' featured the work of Dr. Karen Lischinsky, Curry College Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, and the Massachusetts Restorative Justice Collaborative, which helps to bring perpetrators and victims of violent crime together for a dialogue to facilitate healing and break the cycle of violence.
August 29, 2016
The New Student Convocation was held on Monday, August 29, officially welcoming the Class of 2020 to the Curry College community. The ceremony included student, faculty and alumni speakers, who shared their experiences and advice with the incoming first-year students.
August 26, 2016
Welcome New Faculty! The Curry College community welcomes an outstanding group of new faculty members for the 2016-2017 academic year. They are enthusiastic and ready to empower our students to excel and dedicate themselves to success inside and outside the classroom.
July 28, 2016
Kelly Nichols '12 (Elementary Education) was recognized by the Everett School Department as a Golden Apple Award winner for the 2015-2016 school year. Golden Apple Award winners are nominated by their peers and supervisors and "represent the best that the Everett Schools have to offer."
July 26, 2016
Rookie police officer and recent Curry College alum, Jordan Rogers '15 (Criminal Justice) is credited with saving a man from a fire that killed an elderly couple and displaced more than a dozen people at a North Plainfield, New Jersey apartment complex.
July 22, 2016
Senior Ryan Hathaway was recently selected for one of the three, nationally coveted Boston Globe co-op positions. During the six-month long program, Ryan will be getting paid to cover games, write features, produce multimedia stories and learn from the best in the business at one of the premiere sports news departments in the country.
July 7, 2016
Todd Davis, Curry College Film lecturer and faculty advisor for the RED Camera production class, was recently featured in a Wicked Local/Acton-Boxborough Beacon article for his contributions to the Emmy® Award-winning, Curry student-produced film "Reflexivity".
June 29, 2016
Curry College Psychology professor Bruce Steinberg Ph.D. recently teamed up with a group of nationally recognized scientists, including renowned neuropharmacologist/author Kenneth Blum Ph.D., on a potential new treatment approach for those who suffer from Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
June 28, 2016
Curry College nursing student Nicole Casey (Class of 2017) was recently honored with the Patient Advocate Award for her work at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Nicole, who works as a patient care technician (PCT) at BIDMC, was nominated by her coworkers in celebration of National PCT/MHA (mental health associate ) /NA (nursing assistant) Week in June of 2016
June 22, 2016
Claire Senita '14 (Business Management) was featured in the Spring 2016 issue of The Pittsburgh Foundation's publication, 'Community Forum'. Senita, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 2006, is crafting a business plan to launch a Journey Forward franchise in her native Pittsburgh, a non-profit, exercise based program designed to assist those with spinal cord injuries.
June 9, 2016
For the second straight summer, a Curry College alumnus is being featured on the cover of 'Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine'. In the June 2016 edition, Curry College communication alumnus Bob Nolet '08 appears with his Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce colleague, Amy Carpenter. The pair are highlighted in the feature article entitled, 'Regional rock stars are leading us into the future'.