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Melissa Greener, MACJ ’07 was sworn in as the first female commander in the department’s history by Chief Anthony Marag ’92

Melissa Greener, MACJ ’07 Sworn In as Randolph’s First Female Commander in Department History

On July 19, MACJ alumna Melissa Greener ’07 made history in the Randolph Police Department. Greener was sworn in as the first female commander in the department’s history by Chief Anthony Marag ’92.
Kat Neal ’23

Biochemistry Major Gains Summer Research Experience at Tufts

This summer, Biochemistry major Kat Neal ’23 is getting real-world research experience through the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University. The Building Diversity in Biomedical Sciences program offers a ten week, mentored research experience for students interested in pursuing future PhD or MD/PhD studies.
Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

She may have just finished her studies as a new college graduate, but Monique Magras '21 is returning to the classroom this month. The young Curry alumna was recently selected as part of the 2021 cohort of the Teach for America program, one of the largest K-12 educational nonprofits dedicated to creating equity in education.
A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

This spring, the New York Knicks clinched a playoff spot for the first time in nearly a decade and Jesse Cinquini '22 was among a team of sportswriters covering the historic event. The basketball enthusiast and communication major works as a features writer for The Knicks Wall and contributes to SB Nation's Grizzly Bear Blues, covering the Memphis Grizzlies and CelticsBlog, covering the Boston Celtics, among other news outlets.
Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Supporting social-emotional learning for middle school students is critical to academic success, according to research led by Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22. This weekend, she'll present her findings to roughly 1,300 aspiring educators at the Educators Rising Annual National Conference. The virtual event brings together hundreds of high school students from across the U.S. who aspire to join the education field and enter undergraduate teacher education programs.
Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

With funding awarded from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation, Ethnomusicologist and Curry Music Faculty Member Emily Howe will travel to Trinidad and Tobago next summer to research music, cultural performance, and festival in the Caribbean nation.
Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree  Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Beginning this fall, Quincy College students and alumni who have completed their associate degree in criminal justice will now have the opportunity to continue to study on the Quincy campus to earn their Bachelor of Arts degree through a new partnership with Curry College.
In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

Before crossing the stage and graduating as the first Curry College 5th Year MBA cohort last weekend, Don Alex Antoine, Zoltan Eross, Zoie Lee, Alexis McLea-Perry, and Mike Polito showed they were more than ready to launch their future careers as business leaders. The team of five acted as consultants this spring and produced a new project proposal for Clean Harbors, Inc., North America's leading provider of environmental and industrial services.
M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

More than 25 Curry College Master of Education (M.Ed.) students came together this month with the Education Department faculty and staff to present their final fieldwork experience or teaching practicum.

Academic News

Kat Neal ’23

Biochemistry Major Gains Summer Research Experience at Tufts

This summer, Biochemistry major Kat Neal ’23 is getting real-world research experience through the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University. The Building Diversity in Biomedical Sciences program offers a ten week, mentored research experience for students interested in pursuing future PhD or MD/PhD studies.
Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

She may have just finished her studies as a new college graduate, but Monique Magras '21 is returning to the classroom this month. The young Curry alumna was recently selected as part of the 2021 cohort of the Teach for America program, one of the largest K-12 educational nonprofits dedicated to creating equity in education.
A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

This spring, the New York Knicks clinched a playoff spot for the first time in nearly a decade and Jesse Cinquini '22 was among a team of sportswriters covering the historic event. The basketball enthusiast and communication major works as a features writer for The Knicks Wall and contributes to SB Nation's Grizzly Bear Blues, covering the Memphis Grizzlies and CelticsBlog, covering the Boston Celtics, among other news outlets.
Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Supporting social-emotional learning for middle school students is critical to academic success, according to research led by Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22. This weekend, she'll present her findings to roughly 1,300 aspiring educators at the Educators Rising Annual National Conference. The virtual event brings together hundreds of high school students from across the U.S. who aspire to join the education field and enter undergraduate teacher education programs.
Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

With funding awarded from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation, Ethnomusicologist and Curry Music Faculty Member Emily Howe will travel to Trinidad and Tobago next summer to research music, cultural performance, and festival in the Caribbean nation.
Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree  Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Beginning this fall, Quincy College students and alumni who have completed their associate degree in criminal justice will now have the opportunity to continue to study on the Quincy campus to earn their Bachelor of Arts degree through a new partnership with Curry College.
In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

Before crossing the stage and graduating as the first Curry College 5th Year MBA cohort last weekend, Don Alex Antoine, Zoltan Eross, Zoie Lee, Alexis McLea-Perry, and Mike Polito showed they were more than ready to launch their future careers as business leaders. The team of five acted as consultants this spring and produced a new project proposal for Clean Harbors, Inc., North America's leading provider of environmental and industrial services.
M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

More than 25 Curry College Master of Education (M.Ed.) students came together this month with the Education Department faculty and staff to present their final fieldwork experience or teaching practicum.
Class of 2021 Conclude Extraordinary College Experience in Commencement Celebration

Class of 2021 Conclude Extraordinary College Experience in Commencement Celebration

On a summer-like day, Curry College honored 687 graduates from the Class of 2021 in its 141st Commencement celebration. The ceremony, to which graduates were allowed to invite two guests, was live streamed today from the Walter M. Katz field to approximately 2,300 family members, friends, alumni, faculty and staff among other Curry community members.

Student Success

Kat Neal ’23

Biochemistry Major Gains Summer Research Experience at Tufts

This summer, Biochemistry major Kat Neal ’23 is getting real-world research experience through the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University. The Building Diversity in Biomedical Sciences program offers a ten week, mentored research experience for students interested in pursuing future PhD or MD/PhD studies.
Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

She may have just finished her studies as a new college graduate, but Monique Magras '21 is returning to the classroom this month. The young Curry alumna was recently selected as part of the 2021 cohort of the Teach for America program, one of the largest K-12 educational nonprofits dedicated to creating equity in education.
A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

A Sportswriter in the Making, Jesse Cinquini '22 Covers Historic New York Knicks Season

This spring, the New York Knicks clinched a playoff spot for the first time in nearly a decade and Jesse Cinquini '22 was among a team of sportswriters covering the historic event. The basketball enthusiast and communication major works as a features writer for The Knicks Wall and contributes to SB Nation's Grizzly Bear Blues, covering the Memphis Grizzlies and CelticsBlog, covering the Boston Celtics, among other news outlets.
Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree  Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Curry College and Quincy College Partner to Offer Bachelor’s Degree Program in Criminal Justice at Quincy College

Beginning this fall, Quincy College students and alumni who have completed their associate degree in criminal justice will now have the opportunity to continue to study on the Quincy campus to earn their Bachelor of Arts degree through a new partnership with Curry College.
In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

In Final Project, 5th Year MBA Cohort Partners with Clean Harbors

Before crossing the stage and graduating as the first Curry College 5th Year MBA cohort last weekend, Don Alex Antoine, Zoltan Eross, Zoie Lee, Alexis McLea-Perry, and Mike Polito showed they were more than ready to launch their future careers as business leaders. The team of five acted as consultants this spring and produced a new project proposal for Clean Harbors, Inc., North America's leading provider of environmental and industrial services.
M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

M.Ed. Students Reflect on Final Fieldwork with Culminating Capstone Presentations

More than 25 Curry College Master of Education (M.Ed.) students came together this month with the Education Department faculty and staff to present their final fieldwork experience or teaching practicum.
Curry Family Council Chairs Celebrate the Close of a Monumental Academic Year

Curry Family Council Chairs Celebrate the Close of a Monumental Academic Year

Closing out the 2020-2021 academic year together on campus is no small feat. The success of Curry's students, faculty, and staff has only further demonstrated the power and strength of the College's close community, say leaders of the Curry Family Council.
Class of 2021 Conclude Extraordinary College Experience in Commencement Celebration

Class of 2021 Conclude Extraordinary College Experience in Commencement Celebration

On a summer-like day, Curry College honored 687 graduates from the Class of 2021 in its 141st Commencement celebration. The ceremony, to which graduates were allowed to invite two guests, was live streamed today from the Walter M. Katz field to approximately 2,300 family members, friends, alumni, faculty and staff among other Curry community members.
Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2020 in Historic In-Person Commencement

Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2020 in Historic In-Person Commencement

Curry College honored 689 graduates from the Class of 2020 in its 140th Commencement celebration on Saturday, May 22, 2021. The ceremony, to which graduates were allowed to invite two guests, was live-streamed from the Walter M. Katz field to approximately 800 family members, friends, alumni, faculty and staff among other Curry community members. The in-person ceremony was especially cherished after a year-plus of adversity and uncertainty stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, including an unprecedented remote final semester at the College last spring.

Alumni Outcomes

Melissa Greener, MACJ ’07 was sworn in as the first female commander in the department’s history by Chief Anthony Marag ’92

Melissa Greener, MACJ ’07 Sworn In as Randolph’s First Female Commander in Department History

On July 19, MACJ alumna Melissa Greener ’07 made history in the Randolph Police Department. Greener was sworn in as the first female commander in the department’s history by Chief Anthony Marag ’92.
Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

Prestigious Teach for America Program Selects Curry Graduate for Second Consecutive Year

She may have just finished her studies as a new college graduate, but Monique Magras '21 is returning to the classroom this month. The young Curry alumna was recently selected as part of the 2021 cohort of the Teach for America program, one of the largest K-12 educational nonprofits dedicated to creating equity in education.
Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22 Speaks at Educators Rising National Conference

Supporting social-emotional learning for middle school students is critical to academic success, according to research led by Hailey DeCoffe '21 M.Ed '22. This weekend, she'll present her findings to roughly 1,300 aspiring educators at the Educators Rising Annual National Conference. The virtual event brings together hundreds of high school students from across the U.S. who aspire to join the education field and enter undergraduate teacher education programs.
Young Alumni Return (Virtually) to Campus to Share Advice and Mentor Students

Young Alumni Return (Virtually) to Campus to Share Advice and Mentor Students

In a series of unique (virtual) events this spring, dozens of young alumni have Zoomed back to Curry to offer career advice and share life lessons learned with current students, from incoming first-year to graduating seniors.
Setting Record Engagement, Curry's First Annual Day of Giving Tops $140K

Setting Record Engagement, Curry's First Annual Day of Giving Tops $140K

The First Annual Curry Counts Curry College Day of Giving has set the bar high with an inaugural community-wide crowdfunding event, bringing together 526 supporters making gifts totaling $142,768 in 48 hours. The contributions from Curry alumni, faculty, staff, students, families, and friends will support The Curry Fund, which aids institutional priorities such as extracurricular activities, faculty initiatives, academic programs, athletics, and student financial needs.
Providence Market Gains Gina Marini ’11 as Newest Anchor and Reporter

Providence Market Gains Gina Marini ’11 as Newest Anchor and Reporter

This month marks one year since Gina Marini ’11 joined WPRI 12 in Providence as Anchor and Consumer Reporter.
Amber Soucy

NBC10 Features Curry Faculty, Students and Alumni

Curry faculty, staff, students, and alumni were featured in the NBC10 special, “Who’s Hiring? Careers on the Rise,” on Sunday, February 21.
Young Alum Plays Critical Role in Fight against COVID-19

Young Alum Plays Critical Role in Fight against COVID-19

Teryk Jang-Lapchak ’20 is among the newest team members to join the Broad Institute. He started in November as a Process Development Associate.
Middle Ground Philosophy Started at Curry, Says Housing Policy Leader Joe Ventrone '71

Middle Ground Philosophy Started at Curry, Says Housing Policy Leader Joe Ventrone '71

Before he began a distinguished career in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), Ventrone's "middle ground" philosophy was planted at Curry.

Faculty Accomplishments

Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

Emily Howe Awarded Grant to Research Music and Cultural Performance in Trinidad and Tobago

With funding awarded from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation, Ethnomusicologist and Curry Music Faculty Member Emily Howe will travel to Trinidad and Tobago next summer to research music, cultural performance, and festival in the Caribbean nation.
Faculty Members Honored with 2020-2021 Excellence in Teaching Awards

Faculty Members Honored with 2020-2021 Excellence in Teaching Awards

The Excellence in Teaching Committee has recognized 13 Curry College faculty members for their accomplishments in a variety of areas during the 2020-2021 academic year, including research, community engagement, partnerships, arts and humanities, collaboration and scholarship in the field.
Criminal Justice Faculty Reflect on Chauvin Verdict in Virtual Panel Event

Criminal Justice Faculty Reflect on Chauvin Verdict in Virtual Panel Event

On April 23, Curry students, faculty and staff gathered on Zoom for a conversation about the Derek Chauvin trial and an exploration of “Where do we go from here?”
Closing Women’s History Month by Honoring the Women of Curry

Closing Women’s History Month by Honoring the Women of Curry

As Women's History Month comes to a close, the Curry Community recognizes, celebrates, and appreciates the many women who have made an impact on our campus.
Dr. Eric Weiser Offers Expert Tips for Managing Financial Stress Amid Pandemic on WalletHub

Dr. Eric Weiser Offers Expert Tips for Managing Financial Stress Amid Pandemic on WalletHub

The biggest source of stress for Americans in 2021 is money problems, according to personal finance website WalletHub. Professor of Psychology Dr. Eric Weiser is featured this week on WalletHub to offer tips for reducing stress over finances.
Professor Lindsay Illich Brings Contemporary Poetry to High School English Students with New Book, “Teach Living Poets”

Professor Lindsay Illich Brings Contemporary Poetry to High School English Students with New Book, “Teach Living Poets”

Outside of her work teaching creative writing and leading Curry's Writing Program, Professor Lindsay Illich is a published poet. Her most recent poetry collection, Fingerspell, was published by Black Lawrence Press in November. This month, she's released a new book with the National Council of Teachers of English to help high school teachers integrate contemporary poetry within their English curriculum.
Three Criminal Justice Students Publish New Work on Racial Violence in the U.S.

Three Criminal Justice Students Publish New Work on Racial Violence in the U.S.

Seniors Devin Gatto, Kristy MacDougall, and Bella Shields will add the title academic author to their resumes this spring. The three published new work that will be featured in the 2022 edition of the Encyclopedia on the History of American Racial Violence.
In Uncertain Economy, Dr. Amanda Kennedy Weighs in on Current Job Market Trends

In Uncertain Economy, Dr. Amanda Kennedy Weighs in on Current Job Market Trends

Dr. Amanda Kennedy, associate professor of Sociology was recently featured on the career expert website Zippia.com to weigh in among a team of professors and experts on current job market trends.
With Prestigious Fellowship, Dr. Ishani Tewari to Help Revive Economics Education

With Prestigious Fellowship, Dr. Ishani Tewari to Help Revive Economics Education

Dr. Ishani Tewari was recently named a CORE-Teagle Fellow, a fellowship program led by CORE-USA and funded by the Teagle Foundation to transform the teaching of economics to college students throughout the country.

Upcoming Events

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October 16, 2021
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Fans in the football stands at Curry College Homecoming and Family Weekend
October 17, 2021
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