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Attorney Ray Charles Carter

Attorney Linked with Nationally Acclaimed True Crime Podcast Speaks to CJ Class

Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology Dr. Jennifer Balboni recently welcomed Attorney Ray Charles Carter to speak to her Criminal Procedure class. Carter joined the class remotely from his office in Mississippi and addressed the case of Curtis Flowers, which has become the subject of the acclaimed podcast In the Dark (Season 2) by American Public Media.
Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum.

Psychology Club Students, Faculty Experience Former Medfield Insane Asylum Up Close

Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum. The hospital was the state’s first facility for chronic mentally ill patients.
Gaby Dube '14 on the Nationals field at the World Series

Communication Alum Experiences Epic World Series Up Close

Communication program alumna Gaby Dube '14 recently achieved her dream job, working for Fox Sports during the 2019 World Series.
On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.

"Walking Dead" Spotted on Curry Campus Halloween Night as Part of Philosophy Class

On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25

Psychology Students, Faculty Complete Harvard Post-Graduate Course

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25.
Curry College Communication Students Discuss Internship Experiences at Round Table Dinner

Communication Department Celebrates Student Internship Experiences

Want to broadcast for the Red Sox, stage manage an immersive theater production, or experience New York Fashion Week? Be a Curry College Communication major.
Darren Deng ’19 tells his Suitcase Story

Honors Program Hosts ‘Suitcase Stories’ Showcasing the Immigrant Experience

The Honors Program partnered with the International Institute of New England (IINE) on October 15 to host Suitcase Stories, a live performance series featuring foreign and U.S.-born Curry students and community members sharing refugee and immigrant experiences.
Barak Swarttz '18 represents the Sport and Recreation Management major at Curry College

Curry College Adds Sport and Recreation Management Program to Robust Roster of Majors for 2019-2020

Curry College now offers students a major in Sport and Recreation Management, a program housed with the College’s Business Department offering the unique management, marketing, and strategy curriculum to succeed in the businesses of sport and recreation.
Families pose for pics at Curry College Homecoming and Family Weekend in October 2019

2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend: Fall, Fun, Family, Friends, and Festivities

On October 4-6, alumni, family, and friends descended on the Milton campus to join students, faculty, and staff in celebration of the 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend.

Academic News

Attorney Ray Charles Carter

Attorney Linked with Nationally Acclaimed True Crime Podcast Speaks to CJ Class

Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology Dr. Jennifer Balboni recently welcomed Attorney Ray Charles Carter to speak to her Criminal Procedure class. Carter joined the class remotely from his office in Mississippi and addressed the case of Curtis Flowers, which has become the subject of the acclaimed podcast In the Dark (Season 2) by American Public Media.
Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum.

Psychology Club Students, Faculty Experience Former Medfield Insane Asylum Up Close

Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum. The hospital was the state’s first facility for chronic mentally ill patients.
Gaby Dube '14 on the Nationals field at the World Series

Communication Alum Experiences Epic World Series Up Close

Communication program alumna Gaby Dube '14 recently achieved her dream job, working for Fox Sports during the 2019 World Series.
On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.

"Walking Dead" Spotted on Curry Campus Halloween Night as Part of Philosophy Class

On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25

Psychology Students, Faculty Complete Harvard Post-Graduate Course

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25.
Curry College Communication Students Discuss Internship Experiences at Round Table Dinner

Communication Department Celebrates Student Internship Experiences

Want to broadcast for the Red Sox, stage manage an immersive theater production, or experience New York Fashion Week? Be a Curry College Communication major.
Barak Swarttz '18 represents the Sport and Recreation Management major at Curry College

Curry College Adds Sport and Recreation Management Program to Robust Roster of Majors for 2019-2020

Curry College now offers students a major in Sport and Recreation Management, a program housed with the College’s Business Department offering the unique management, marketing, and strategy curriculum to succeed in the businesses of sport and recreation.
Families pose for pics at Curry College Homecoming and Family Weekend in October 2019

2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend: Fall, Fun, Family, Friends, and Festivities

On October 4-6, alumni, family, and friends descended on the Milton campus to join students, faculty, and staff in celebration of the 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend.
Curry College and New England Law Boston logos

Curry Partners with New England Law for J.D. Admissions

Curry College has entered into a partnership with New England Law Boston that allows students of any major who meet the preferred admission criteria to enroll in the full or part-time New England Law Juris Doctor (J.D.) program.

Student Success

Attorney Ray Charles Carter

Attorney Linked with Nationally Acclaimed True Crime Podcast Speaks to CJ Class

Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology Dr. Jennifer Balboni recently welcomed Attorney Ray Charles Carter to speak to her Criminal Procedure class. Carter joined the class remotely from his office in Mississippi and addressed the case of Curtis Flowers, which has become the subject of the acclaimed podcast In the Dark (Season 2) by American Public Media.
Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum.

Psychology Club Students, Faculty Experience Former Medfield Insane Asylum Up Close

Psychology Professor, Dr. Elizabeth Carey recently led some 50 Psychology Club students on a visit to the Medfield State Hospital, originally the Medfield Insane Asylum. The hospital was the state’s first facility for chronic mentally ill patients.
On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.

"Walking Dead" Spotted on Curry Campus Halloween Night as Part of Philosophy Class

On Halloween night, students were took part in a game that forced them to match their skills and wits to stay “alive.” The game was led by Dr. Rob Smid’s "The 'Walking Dead' as an Introduction to Philosophy" class.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25

Psychology Students, Faculty Complete Harvard Post-Graduate Course

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25.
Curry College Communication Students Discuss Internship Experiences at Round Table Dinner

Communication Department Celebrates Student Internship Experiences

Want to broadcast for the Red Sox, stage manage an immersive theater production, or experience New York Fashion Week? Be a Curry College Communication major.
Darren Deng ’19 tells his Suitcase Story

Honors Program Hosts ‘Suitcase Stories’ Showcasing the Immigrant Experience

The Honors Program partnered with the International Institute of New England (IINE) on October 15 to host Suitcase Stories, a live performance series featuring foreign and U.S.-born Curry students and community members sharing refugee and immigrant experiences.
Barak Swarttz '18 represents the Sport and Recreation Management major at Curry College

Curry College Adds Sport and Recreation Management Program to Robust Roster of Majors for 2019-2020

Curry College now offers students a major in Sport and Recreation Management, a program housed with the College’s Business Department offering the unique management, marketing, and strategy curriculum to succeed in the businesses of sport and recreation.
Families pose for pics at Curry College Homecoming and Family Weekend in October 2019

2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend: Fall, Fun, Family, Friends, and Festivities

On October 4-6, alumni, family, and friends descended on the Milton campus to join students, faculty, and staff in celebration of the 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend.
Curry College and New England Law Boston logos

Curry Partners with New England Law for J.D. Admissions

Curry College has entered into a partnership with New England Law Boston that allows students of any major who meet the preferred admission criteria to enroll in the full or part-time New England Law Juris Doctor (J.D.) program.

Alumni Outcomes

Gaby Dube '14 on the Nationals field at the World Series

Communication Alum Experiences Epic World Series Up Close

Communication program alumna Gaby Dube '14 recently achieved her dream job, working for Fox Sports during the 2019 World Series.
Curry College Communication Students Discuss Internship Experiences at Round Table Dinner

Communication Department Celebrates Student Internship Experiences

Want to broadcast for the Red Sox, stage manage an immersive theater production, or experience New York Fashion Week? Be a Curry College Communication major.
Darren Deng ’19 tells his Suitcase Story

Honors Program Hosts ‘Suitcase Stories’ Showcasing the Immigrant Experience

The Honors Program partnered with the International Institute of New England (IINE) on October 15 to host Suitcase Stories, a live performance series featuring foreign and U.S.-born Curry students and community members sharing refugee and immigrant experiences.
Families pose for pics at Curry College Homecoming and Family Weekend in October 2019

2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend: Fall, Fun, Family, Friends, and Festivities

On October 4-6, alumni, family, and friends descended on the Milton campus to join students, faculty, and staff in celebration of the 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend.
Curry College faculty and staff line the walkway to the Student Center, applauding members of the Class of 2023

Convocation Keynote Speaker Encourages Class of 2023 To Step Out of Their Comfort Zones

Embrace feeling uncomfortable. That is when you’ll learn the most about yourself and the world around you.This was the message to the incoming class of 2023 by keynote speaker and alumna Alicia Viscomi Williams ’09 Monday during the 2019 New Student Academic Convocation.
Kevin Coleman '15

Kevin Coleman '15 Joins WBZ News Radio; Covers Sox, Pops, and Tornadoes

Kevin Coleman '15 recently joined WBZ News Radio 1030, and has since covered numerous news events.
Curry College Applied Tech Students and Faculty: Matt Gallagher, Bryan Garson, Keith Fitts, Alex Antoine, Marcel Mensah, and Ron 'Doc' Krawitz

Technology Students, Alumni, and Faculty Network at International Software Development Conference

Five Software Development and IT students, joined by Professor Ron Krawitz and alumni Keith Fitts (Software Development, '17) and Matthew Gallagher (Software Development, '18), attended the international software development conference, Visual Studio Live, in Boston from June 9 -13.
Curry College award winners Zach Dervil '19, Lindsey Mason '18, and Kelsey Davis '19

COM Student, Alumni Awarded Best Public Affairs Video at NATAS Emmy® Awards

Several Communication alumni and a current student attended the 42nd Boston/New England National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Emmy® awards on Saturday, June 15 at the Marriott Copley Place, where they won the student production award for Best Public Affairs video, for "Curry Hear Our Voice."
John Fish, Hon. '19 and Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr,

Curry College Confers Over 750 Degrees at 2019 Commencement

Curry College awarded 754 degrees during its Commencement Exercises on Sunday, May 19 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts.

Faculty Accomplishments

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25

Psychology Students, Faculty Complete Harvard Post-Graduate Course

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel and her students received a certificate for completion of the course, “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update,” led by Harvard Medical School on October 24 and 25.
Curry College faculty and staff line the walkway to the Student Center, applauding members of the Class of 2023

Convocation Keynote Speaker Encourages Class of 2023 To Step Out of Their Comfort Zones

Embrace feeling uncomfortable. That is when you’ll learn the most about yourself and the world around you.This was the message to the incoming class of 2023 by keynote speaker and alumna Alicia Viscomi Williams ’09 Monday during the 2019 New Student Academic Convocation.
Curry College's Newest Faculty Memebers pose for a group shot

Welcome New Faculty! 2019-2020

The Curry College community welcomes our new faculty members to campus for the 2019-2020 academic year. They are enthusiastic and ready to empower our students to excel, dedicating themselves to success inside and outside the classroom.
Dr. Laura Vanderberg, Director of the Curry College Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL)

Dr. Laura Vanderberg Attends Apple's Distinguished Educator Institute

Dr. Laura Vanderberg, who was selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) for her pioneering work leading the school’s innovative iPAL program, recently attended the ADE Institute for the Americas in Bethesda, Maryland.
Julianne Walsh

Julianne Walsh Publishes Article on Role of a New Faculty in MARN

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Julianne Walsh, has published a new article titled "Role of a New Faculty" in the June 2019 issue of Massachusetts Association Report in Nursing (MARN).
Dr. Ishani Tewari

Dr. Ishani Tewari's Research Published in July Edition of SEJ

Business Professor Dr. Ishani Tewari's research findings on the effect India's Product Reservation policy has had on the country's industrial performance are published in the latest edition of the Southern Economic Journal.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel, along with three psychology students, recently completed the two-day program, "Working with Parents in Recovery from Substance Use Disorder," in Boston.

Psychology Students Gain Field Experience in Substance Use Disorders

Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel, along with three psychology students, recently completed the two-day program, "Working with Parents in Recovery from Substance Use Disorder," in Boston.
Curry College Applied Tech Students and Faculty: Matt Gallagher, Bryan Garson, Keith Fitts, Alex Antoine, Marcel Mensah, and Ron 'Doc' Krawitz

Technology Students, Alumni, and Faculty Network at International Software Development Conference

Five Software Development and IT students, joined by Professor Ron Krawitz and alumni Keith Fitts (Software Development, '17) and Matthew Gallagher (Software Development, '18), attended the international software development conference, Visual Studio Live, in Boston from June 9 -13.
Dr. Jen Balboni

Dr. Jen Balboni Recognized by NEACJS for Contributions to the Field

Criminal Justice Professor Dr. Jen Balboni recently received two awards by the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences (NEACJS).