“I take the shuttle into Boston on the weekends with my friends. A lot of them haven't been to Faneuil Hall and I've lived close to the city all of my life, so I'm always the one to show them around. So it's really fun to go away on the weekend with the girls.”
Alyxis Crompton '18
Major: Special Education
- "Curry Prime Time Report" Newscast and Student-Produced Film, "Reflexivity" Both Finalists in National Media Competition
- Trustee Joyce A. Murphy recognized as one of Worcester Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business
- The Institute on Learning Differences Gives Special Education Majors Unique Opportunity
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- Art Exhibit: "Primary Sources" - Highlighting the works of self-taught African American artists from the South
January 25 - March 6
- The Curry College Young Alumni Council Presents: Networking Night
- Accepted Student Day 2016
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"Curry Prime Time Report" Newscast and Student-Produced Film, "Reflexivity" Both Finalists in National Media Competition
February 4, 2016
Curry's student-run news program, "Curry Prime Time Report," and the most recent student-produced film from the RED Camera class, "Reflexivity," are both finalists in their respective categories in the National Broadcasting Society's annual student competition.
Trustee Joyce A. Murphy recognized as one of Worcester Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business
January 11, 2016
Curry College Trustee Joyce A. Murphy, Hon. '99, MPA, executive vice chancellor of UMass Medical School's Commonwealth Medicine division, was recently honored as one of six Outstanding Women in Business by the Worcester Business Journal. She was recognized for being a woman leader, fighting for the needs of underserved populations and for her success in the health care field.
December 23, 2015
The Institute on Learning Differences, a successful venture between the Education department and the Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL), gave students the opportunity to tap into the resources and knowledge of PAL faculty members and outside specialists to better understand the unique educational needs of students.
Sports Broadcasting Professionals Share Experiences, Career Advice with Students During Panel Discussion
November 13, 2015
On Tuesday, November 10, the Curry College Communication Department teamed up with the New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (The Emmy's) to co-sponsor a discussion entitled, "Sports Production and Digital Delivery: What's New?", about recent innovations in sports coverage and how the product is being delivered to a technically sophisticated audience with ever-evolving viewing/consuming habits.
November 6, 2015
On Wednesday, November 4, 2015, Curry College Criminal Justice students and faculty visited the Newton District Trial Court as a part of a year long series of field trips, supported by District Court Chief Justice Paul C. Dawley. Students had the opportunity to meet several professionals in the field and received an in-depth experience in how the legal system works.
Psychology Students, Alumni and Faculty Present Research at New England Psychology Association Conference
October 16, 2015
In the fall of 2015, Curry College Psychology students, alumni and faculty had the opportunity to present findings from their research in a professional setting at the New England Psychology Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
October 8, 2015
Each spring semester, the Curry College education department collaborates with the Milton Early Childhood Alliance (MECA) to lead an early literacy playgroup for preschool-age children (2-4). Curry education majors, under the direction of Curry education professor Dr. Dotty Alexander, are invited to participate in the six week program specifically designed to encourage language and literacy development through play.
October 1, 2015
On Sunday, September 27, Curry College hosted a special event as the Student Center Gymnasium was named for Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz, Hon.'00, during a dedication ceremony in the Student Center Hall of Champions. Dr. Katz served as a member of the Curry College Board of Trustees in the early to mid-1990s, was the Board's Chairperson in 1993 and 1994, and was recognized with an honorary degree in 2000.