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Curry College Commencement moves to the Xfinity Center

Curry College Commencement Moves to the Xfinity Center

We want to share with you that the location of this year's ceremony has changed. Based on the needs and requests from students and families in past years, and to improve everyone’s experience, we are moving our Commencement ceremony to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
Karen Lischinsky and Allison Williams

Actress Allison Williams Joins Dr. Karen Lischinsky to Work with the Transformational Prison Project

Dr. Karen Lischinsky, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Curry College and director of the Transformational Prison Project, recently released a video with actress and advocate Allison Williams to raise awareness about the project, which provides spaces where survivors of violent crimes and those who have committed them can engage in dialogue to build understanding and empathy in order to move toward healing.
Curry College Campus from above on a sunny, fall day

A Message to the Newbury College Community

The news that Newbury College will be closing saddened the Curry College community, and our thoughts are with all those who are affected by the announcement. We offer our support and encouragement to Newbury College students – those currently enrolled, and those admitted to attend for the first time in Fall 2019 – who may be anxious about their education options ahead.
Curry College MBA Capstone Fall 2018

Curry MBA Students Deliver Important Insights to Leaders at Caritas Communities

On December 11, students in the Curry College MBA program presented their conclusions to the leadership of Caritas Communities, a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals in the Greater Boston area.
A Curry College M.Ed. student presents analyses of their students' growth and learning during her practicum

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Practicum Results at Capstone Event

On December 8, five Curry M.Ed. students presented analyses of their students' growth and learning during their practicums. Commonly referred to as "student teaching," the practicum is the final fieldwork experience for graduate students pursuing an Elementary Education or Moderate Disabilities license.
Dr. Laurie Fox

PAL Experts Share Insights in Book Review and at Harvard Research Conference

Dr. Laurie Fox, Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) Professor, published a book review in the Fall 2018 issue of The Educational Therapist, 39(2), 22-23.
Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021

Curry Student Honored at Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Dinner

Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021, a beneficiary of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, was honored as a student speaker at the Foundation’s 1st Annual Dinner, held at the Seaport Boston Hotel.
Curry College Psychology students, faculty and alumna pose for a photo at the 2018 NEPA Conference

Psychology Faculty, Students, Alumna Present Research at Regional Conference

Dr. Mia Khera, current Curry Psychology students, and a recent Curry alumna presented a poster outlining their research at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting on November 10 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, logs clips and finds key plays for a documentary on the latest Red Sox season and World Series win.

COM Student to Help Produce Red Sox World Series Documentary for NESN

Curry College communication major TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, was picked by NESN producers to help with the development of a documentary about the 2018 Red Sox historic season.

Academic News

Curry College Commencement moves to the Xfinity Center

Curry College Commencement Moves to the Xfinity Center

We want to share with you that the location of this year's ceremony has changed. Based on the needs and requests from students and families in past years, and to improve everyone’s experience, we are moving our Commencement ceremony to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
Karen Lischinsky and Allison Williams

Actress Allison Williams Joins Dr. Karen Lischinsky to Work with the Transformational Prison Project

Dr. Karen Lischinsky, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Curry College and director of the Transformational Prison Project, recently released a video with actress and advocate Allison Williams to raise awareness about the project, which provides spaces where survivors of violent crimes and those who have committed them can engage in dialogue to build understanding and empathy in order to move toward healing.
Curry College Campus from above on a sunny, fall day

A Message to the Newbury College Community

The news that Newbury College will be closing saddened the Curry College community, and our thoughts are with all those who are affected by the announcement. We offer our support and encouragement to Newbury College students – those currently enrolled, and those admitted to attend for the first time in Fall 2019 – who may be anxious about their education options ahead.
Curry College MBA Capstone Fall 2018

Curry MBA Students Deliver Important Insights to Leaders at Caritas Communities

On December 11, students in the Curry College MBA program presented their conclusions to the leadership of Caritas Communities, a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals in the Greater Boston area.
A Curry College M.Ed. student presents analyses of their students' growth and learning during her practicum

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Practicum Results at Capstone Event

On December 8, five Curry M.Ed. students presented analyses of their students' growth and learning during their practicums. Commonly referred to as "student teaching," the practicum is the final fieldwork experience for graduate students pursuing an Elementary Education or Moderate Disabilities license.
Dr. Laurie Fox

PAL Experts Share Insights in Book Review and at Harvard Research Conference

Dr. Laurie Fox, Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) Professor, published a book review in the Fall 2018 issue of The Educational Therapist, 39(2), 22-23.
Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021

Curry Student Honored at Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Dinner

Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021, a beneficiary of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, was honored as a student speaker at the Foundation’s 1st Annual Dinner, held at the Seaport Boston Hotel.
Curry College Psychology students, faculty and alumna pose for a photo at the 2018 NEPA Conference

Psychology Faculty, Students, Alumna Present Research at Regional Conference

Dr. Mia Khera, current Curry Psychology students, and a recent Curry alumna presented a poster outlining their research at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting on November 10 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, logs clips and finds key plays for a documentary on the latest Red Sox season and World Series win.

COM Student to Help Produce Red Sox World Series Documentary for NESN

Curry College communication major TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, was picked by NESN producers to help with the development of a documentary about the 2018 Red Sox historic season.

Student Success

Curry College Commencement moves to the Xfinity Center

Curry College Commencement Moves to the Xfinity Center

We want to share with you that the location of this year's ceremony has changed. Based on the needs and requests from students and families in past years, and to improve everyone’s experience, we are moving our Commencement ceremony to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
Curry College MBA Capstone Fall 2018

Curry MBA Students Deliver Important Insights to Leaders at Caritas Communities

On December 11, students in the Curry College MBA program presented their conclusions to the leadership of Caritas Communities, a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals in the Greater Boston area.
A Curry College M.Ed. student presents analyses of their students' growth and learning during her practicum

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Practicum Results at Capstone Event

On December 8, five Curry M.Ed. students presented analyses of their students' growth and learning during their practicums. Commonly referred to as "student teaching," the practicum is the final fieldwork experience for graduate students pursuing an Elementary Education or Moderate Disabilities license.
Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021

Curry Student Honored at Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Dinner

Ismae Bailey, Class of 2021, a beneficiary of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, was honored as a student speaker at the Foundation’s 1st Annual Dinner, held at the Seaport Boston Hotel.
Curry College Psychology students, faculty and alumna pose for a photo at the 2018 NEPA Conference

Psychology Faculty, Students, Alumna Present Research at Regional Conference

Dr. Mia Khera, current Curry Psychology students, and a recent Curry alumna presented a poster outlining their research at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting on November 10 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, logs clips and finds key plays for a documentary on the latest Red Sox season and World Series win.

COM Student to Help Produce Red Sox World Series Documentary for NESN

Curry College communication major TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, was picked by NESN producers to help with the development of a documentary about the 2018 Red Sox historic season.
(L to R) Eva Bazile, Katherine O'Connor, Grace Mbawuke, Amy Lanigan, DeElla Johnson, (Dr Coleen Toronto in back), Kristyn Calla, and Noel Aguilar

MSN Students and Faculty Attend MARILN Conference

Students from the Master of Science in Nursing program recently had the opportunity to attend the Massachusetts/Rhode Island League for Nursing Conference (MARILN) in Sutton, MA.
Software Development Students Attend International Tech Conference

Software Development Students, Alumni, Faculty Attend International Tech Conference

Five current Curry College Software Development students recently attended Visual Studio Live, an international software development/user experience/virtual reality conference.
Curry College alumna Gina Marini '11 (Communication) was recently recognized by the Maine Association of Broadcasters for her journalistic work in addressing the opioid epidemic in New England.

Communication Alumna Wins Broadcasting Award for Series on Opioid Crisis

Curry College alumna Gina Marini '11 (Communication) was recently recognized by the Maine Association of Broadcasters for her journalistic work in addressing the opioid epidemic in New England.

Alumni Outcomes

Curry College Commencement moves to the Xfinity Center

Curry College Commencement Moves to the Xfinity Center

We want to share with you that the location of this year's ceremony has changed. Based on the needs and requests from students and families in past years, and to improve everyone’s experience, we are moving our Commencement ceremony to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield.
Curry College MBA Capstone Fall 2018

Curry MBA Students Deliver Important Insights to Leaders at Caritas Communities

On December 11, students in the Curry College MBA program presented their conclusions to the leadership of Caritas Communities, a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals in the Greater Boston area.
Curry College Psychology students, faculty and alumna pose for a photo at the 2018 NEPA Conference

Psychology Faculty, Students, Alumna Present Research at Regional Conference

Dr. Mia Khera, current Curry Psychology students, and a recent Curry alumna presented a poster outlining their research at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting on November 10 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, logs clips and finds key plays for a documentary on the latest Red Sox season and World Series win.

COM Student to Help Produce Red Sox World Series Documentary for NESN

Curry College communication major TJ Deinstadt, Class of 2019, was picked by NESN producers to help with the development of a documentary about the 2018 Red Sox historic season.
Software Development Students Attend International Tech Conference

Software Development Students, Alumni, Faculty Attend International Tech Conference

Five current Curry College Software Development students recently attended Visual Studio Live, an international software development/user experience/virtual reality conference.
Class of 1976 Alumni pose for a phot at Homecoming and Family Weekend

Homecoming and Family Weekend Wrap Up: Kicking Off Fall 2018 at Curry

Alumni and parents joined students, faculty, and staff on campus for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2018, on September 28-30.
Curry College alumna Gina Marini '11 (Communication) was recently recognized by the Maine Association of Broadcasters for her journalistic work in addressing the opioid epidemic in New England.

Communication Alumna Wins Broadcasting Award for Series on Opioid Crisis

Curry College alumna Gina Marini '11 (Communication) was recently recognized by the Maine Association of Broadcasters for her journalistic work in addressing the opioid epidemic in New England.
Washington Monthly Best College for Adult Learners logo

Washington Monthly Ranks Curry Top Ten in the Nation for Adult Learners

Curry College was ranked #9 in the Best 4-Year Colleges for Adult Learners category of the 2018 Washington Monthly College Rankings.
The Class of 2022 processes into the New Student Academic Convocation ceremony.

Class of 2022 Encouraged to 'Dream Big' at Academic Convocation

On Monday, August 27, the College officially welcomed the Class of 2022 during New Student Academic Convocation.

Faculty Accomplishments

Karen Lischinsky and Allison Williams

Actress Allison Williams Joins Dr. Karen Lischinsky to Work with the Transformational Prison Project

Dr. Karen Lischinsky, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Curry College and director of the Transformational Prison Project, recently released a video with actress and advocate Allison Williams to raise awareness about the project, which provides spaces where survivors of violent crimes and those who have committed them can engage in dialogue to build understanding and empathy in order to move toward healing.
Dr. Laurie Fox

PAL Experts Share Insights in Book Review and at Harvard Research Conference

Dr. Laurie Fox, Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) Professor, published a book review in the Fall 2018 issue of The Educational Therapist, 39(2), 22-23.
Curry College Psychology students, faculty and alumna pose for a photo at the 2018 NEPA Conference

Psychology Faculty, Students, Alumna Present Research at Regional Conference

Dr. Mia Khera, current Curry Psychology students, and a recent Curry alumna presented a poster outlining their research at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting on November 10 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Software Development Students Attend International Tech Conference

Software Development Students, Alumni, Faculty Attend International Tech Conference

Five current Curry College Software Development students recently attended Visual Studio Live, an international software development/user experience/virtual reality conference.
Dr. Melissa Weinstein

Children Publishes Public Health Study by Dr. Melissa Weinstein

Health Education Professor Dr. Melissa Weinstein's research was recently published by Children, an international journal of pediatrics.
Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel

Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel Presents Research at Distinguished Conferences

Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel presented at the 4th USA Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury in Washington, D.C
The Curry College community welcomes our new faculty members to campus for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Welcome New Faculty! 2018-2019

The Curry College community welcomes our new faculty members to campus for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Dr. Abigail Hafer, Science

The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry Features Dr. Abigail Hafer

The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI) recently interviewed Science Professor Abigail Hafer in advance of her upcoming presentation at CSICon.
Dr. Karen Lischinsky, professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, delivers a lecture to Curry College students.

WCVB Features Restorative Justice Initiative Led by Dr. Karen Lischinsky

Criminal Justice and Sociology Professor Karen Lischinsky was recently featured in a WCVB segment about her restorative justice work through the Transformational Prison Project.

Upcoming Events

Voice Science Week 2019 Poster
February 05, 2019
8:30 a.m.
Milton Campus
Voice Science Week 2019 Poster
February 06, 2019
8:30 a.m.
Milton Campus
Students smile for a photo at Curry College Accepted Student Day
April 06, 2019
9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Curry College Milton Campus
A Curry College School of Nursing student recieves her cord at Nurse Pinning ceremony
May 18, 2019
2:00 p.m.
Curry College Student Center, Katz Gymnasium
Curry College Class of 2018 graduate smiles for a photo with her sister
May 19, 2019
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Xfinity Center - Mansfield, MA