“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
- Stephanny Elias Featured in U.S. News Article that Debunks Scholarship Myths
- Texas Review Press to Publish Dr. Lindsay Illich's Award-Winning Poetry Book
- New Charles River Center Internship Leaves Lasting Impression on Psychology Students
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- Art Gallery Exhibit: Full Tilt Print Studio Presents 'Sub Rosa'
January 23 - March 6
- Free Workshop for Guidance Counselors and Educational Consultants: Helping Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and/or Executive Function Difficulties Navigate the College Search
- Accepted Student Day 2017
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January 9, 2017
U.S. News recently published an article about the 10 common scholarship myths that could be costing students money. In the article, Stephanny Elias, Curry College Associate Vice President of Finance for Student Financial Services, shares what she believes are the top three myths that exist when it comes to applying for awards.
December 19, 2016
Associate Professor of English Dr. Lindsay Illich won the Texas Review Press Breakthrough Prize in poetry for her collection rile & heave.
December 16, 2016
A new internship coordinated by the Psychology department with the Charles River Center (CRC) in Needham launched in Fall 2016, with seven psychology student interns participating in CRC's Futures Program. CRC is a leader in supporting people with developmental disabilities. The Futures Program provides CRC clients opportunities for individual growth through community inclusion and educational programs.
December 16, 2016
Caitlin (McKinney) Alliette RN '11, who works at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, NH, has won the New Hampshire Nurse Association (NHNA) Direct Care Nurse of the Year Award. The NHNA is a Constituent Member Association (CMA) of the American Nurses Association (ANA).
December 12, 2016
Jake Heisinger, Class of 2017, has been named as Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) "Player of the Week" for the week ending December 11.
December 14, 2016
'Tis the season for paying it forward, and the Curry College Public Relations Student Association (CCPRSA) and Management Forum accomplished that with a food drive.
December 13, 2016
Curry Education majors in the "Navigating Your Digital World for Education" course attended MassCUE's Annual Technology Conference at Gillette Stadium, joined by faculty from Applied Technology, Education, and the Levin Library.
December 12, 2016
There are several Curry College connections to the long-anticipated film "Patriots Day," about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
December 9, 2016
Politics and History Professor Dr. Grant Burrier's new article "From Latin America: Five sobering lessons about populism" has been published by the international news organization The Christian Science Monitor.
December 6, 2016
Nursing students had the opportunity to work with the Quincy chapter of C.O.P.E. to distribute necessities to some of Boston's homeless population.
December 2, 2016
Nursing Faculty Dr. Maureen O'Shea, Dr. Barbara Pinchera, and Professor Margaret "Meg" Sullivan recently collaborated with Hebrew SeniorLife's (HSL) Simon C. Fireman Community in Milton to co-author the publication "Senior Housing Communities & Nursing Schools: Creating Dynamic Partnerships."
December 2, 2016
School of Nursing Professor Julie Grady and staff member Joyce Hyslip-Ikkela were recently recognized as 2016 Massachusetts Nurse of the Year Finalists. Both also inspire the minds of Curry College students.
Dr. Aaron Arnold Publishes Article on How the New Administration Can Strengthen US Leverage Against Iran
December 1, 2016
Criminal Justice Professor Dr. Aaron Arnold's latest article "How Trump Can Strengthen U.S. Leverage Against Iran," has been published by the foreign affairs magazine, The Diplomat.
November 30, 2016
Chloe Corrion, Class of 2017, is on a mission to make the world a better place. Her hard work at a summer internship earned her an exclusive invite to the White House.
November 18, 2016
Psychology Professors Dr. Bruce Steinberg and Dr. Elizabeth Carey, along with four Curry alumni and a current student, presented a research poster on ADHD at the New England Psychological Association Conference (NEPA) in October of 2016.
November 8, 2016
The Curry community was in the spotlight and behind the scenes for a recent taping of "Higher Education Today," a talk show that connects viewers to contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education.
November 7, 2016
It's becoming a Halloween tradition for Curry College student-athletes to volunteer at the annual Monster Dash 5K Race and Fun Run to support the Milton Foundation for Education (MFE).
November 4, 2016
Curry College recently inducted six new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame as the Class of 2016. Curry College Athletic Director Vinnie Eruzione welcomed Alysia DiMuzio '09, Joseph "Joe" F. Noonan, Jr. '79, Sean Pero '05, Brian Robitaille '05, Christina Sancinito '09, and Nicholas Stricklin '91 into the 2016 Hall of Fame Class on Friday, October 21.
November 1, 2016
The Curry Men's Basketball team volunteered at the Walsh Middle School's 14th Annual 5K Fundraising Fun Run in Framingham.
October 27, 2016
On October 22, "Here & Back," the first Curry alumni art and design exhibit opened with a gallery reception.
October 26, 2016
Psychology Professor Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel presented at the Fall Annual Conference for the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists (NHASP).
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."