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Serenity Perkins '24

The Power of Change: Serenity Perkins ’24 Creates New Major in Transformative Justice

Ever since she was young, Serenity Perkins ‘24 has been an advocate for change. Fueled by her passion to help people in her community, within her own family, and throughout the world, she created a path that will do just that: her very own college major.
Patrick Parsons '23

Patrick Parsons '23 Turns Successful Internship into Full-Time Job Offer at Granite Telecommunications

While many seniors may begin their final year of college with trepidation about the future ahead, Business Administration major Patrick Parsons ’23 is heading into his final stretch with confidence.
Brayden Gero of Team IMPACT signs letter of intent next to Head Coach Pete Roundy

Curry College Men's Hockey Signs Brayden Gero Through Team IMPACT

Curry College men’s ice hockey head coach Peter Roundy recently announced a new team member, signing 17-year-old Brayden Gero through Team IMPACT.
Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr.

President Quigley Announces Retirement in 2023

In a message to the Curry College community, President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. announced that he will leave office in Summer 2023, after serving as president since 1996.
Communication students pose for a photo at President Joe Biden's Cancer Moonshot speech

Communication, PR Students Cover President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Speech

This past Monday, three Curry College junior Communication and Public Relations majors got the experience of a lifetime as student-reporters for President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot speech.
Nic Clark '22 Poses at Chicago White Sox Stadium

Nic Clark ‘22 Hired as Youngest Sales Executive in Chicago White Sox Organization

Nic Clark’s lifelong dream has been to work in Major League Baseball. After graduating from Curry College this past May, he's turned that dream into a flourishing career.
New Curry College Faculty, 2022-2023

Welcome New Faculty! 2022-2023

The Curry College community welcomes our newest faculty members to campus for the 2022-2023 academic year. They are enthusiastic and ready to empower our students to excel, dedicating themselves to success inside and outside the classroom.
Class of 2026 Marches Through Westhaver Park during Convocation

Class of 2026 Encouraged to Try New Things, Connect with One Another at New Student Academic Convocation

During the College’s annual traditional kick-off of the fall semester, over 500 new students marched from the Academic Quad to Westhaver Park, flanked and greeted by lines of clapping end excited faculty and staff on a bright summer day.
Sarah Izidore Poses in Front of ABA Centers of America Sign

Photo Story: Curry Students Gain Valuable Experience Through Summer Internships

Curry students were career-focused in the summer of 2022, completing internships in healthcare, business and global finance, sports, media, criminal justice, and more. Check out what our hardworking Curry students have been up to this summer!

Academic News

Serenity Perkins '24

The Power of Change: Serenity Perkins ’24 Creates New Major in Transformative Justice

Ever since she was young, Serenity Perkins ‘24 has been an advocate for change. Fueled by her passion to help people in her community, within her own family, and throughout the world, she created a path that will do just that: her very own college major.
Patrick Parsons '23

Patrick Parsons '23 Turns Successful Internship into Full-Time Job Offer at Granite Telecommunications

While many seniors may begin their final year of college with trepidation about the future ahead, Business Administration major Patrick Parsons ’23 is heading into his final stretch with confidence.
Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr.

President Quigley Announces Retirement in 2023

In a message to the Curry College community, President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. announced that he will leave office in Summer 2023, after serving as president since 1996.
Communication students pose for a photo at President Joe Biden's Cancer Moonshot speech

Communication, PR Students Cover President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Speech

This past Monday, three Curry College junior Communication and Public Relations majors got the experience of a lifetime as student-reporters for President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot speech.
New Curry College Faculty, 2022-2023

Welcome New Faculty! 2022-2023

The Curry College community welcomes our newest faculty members to campus for the 2022-2023 academic year. They are enthusiastic and ready to empower our students to excel, dedicating themselves to success inside and outside the classroom.
Class of 2026 Marches Through Westhaver Park during Convocation

Class of 2026 Encouraged to Try New Things, Connect with One Another at New Student Academic Convocation

During the College’s annual traditional kick-off of the fall semester, over 500 new students marched from the Academic Quad to Westhaver Park, flanked and greeted by lines of clapping end excited faculty and staff on a bright summer day.
Sarah Izidore Poses in Front of ABA Centers of America Sign

Photo Story: Curry Students Gain Valuable Experience Through Summer Internships

Curry students were career-focused in the summer of 2022, completing internships in healthcare, business and global finance, sports, media, criminal justice, and more. Check out what our hardworking Curry students have been up to this summer!
Rosedina Blanc Dancing in IMPRINT Performance

Rosedina Blanc ’22 Explores Connection Between Dance and Wellness

For Rosedina Blanc ‘22, the connection between dance and health is beautifully unified. Inspired by Jean Appolon, Curry’s ’21-’22 Artist-in-Residence, Blanc decided to further explore this connection through an independent studio project.
Channing Elementary School Sign

Educate, Support, and Plan: Curry Faculty Connect with Channing Elementary Teachers in New Partnership

Curry’s Graduate Programs in Education and Mathematics Department formed a professional development partnership with the Channing Elementary School in Hyde Park, a neighborhood of Boston close to Curry’s campus.

Student Success

Serenity Perkins '24

The Power of Change: Serenity Perkins ’24 Creates New Major in Transformative Justice

Ever since she was young, Serenity Perkins ‘24 has been an advocate for change. Fueled by her passion to help people in her community, within her own family, and throughout the world, she created a path that will do just that: her very own college major.
Patrick Parsons '23

Patrick Parsons '23 Turns Successful Internship into Full-Time Job Offer at Granite Telecommunications

While many seniors may begin their final year of college with trepidation about the future ahead, Business Administration major Patrick Parsons ’23 is heading into his final stretch with confidence.
Communication students pose for a photo at President Joe Biden's Cancer Moonshot speech

Communication, PR Students Cover President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Speech

This past Monday, three Curry College junior Communication and Public Relations majors got the experience of a lifetime as student-reporters for President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot speech.
Nic Clark '22 Poses at Chicago White Sox Stadium

Nic Clark ‘22 Hired as Youngest Sales Executive in Chicago White Sox Organization

Nic Clark’s lifelong dream has been to work in Major League Baseball. After graduating from Curry College this past May, he's turned that dream into a flourishing career.
Class of 2026 Marches Through Westhaver Park during Convocation

Class of 2026 Encouraged to Try New Things, Connect with One Another at New Student Academic Convocation

During the College’s annual traditional kick-off of the fall semester, over 500 new students marched from the Academic Quad to Westhaver Park, flanked and greeted by lines of clapping end excited faculty and staff on a bright summer day.
Sarah Izidore Poses in Front of ABA Centers of America Sign

Photo Story: Curry Students Gain Valuable Experience Through Summer Internships

Curry students were career-focused in the summer of 2022, completing internships in healthcare, business and global finance, sports, media, criminal justice, and more. Check out what our hardworking Curry students have been up to this summer!
Meagan Young '25 makes heart with hands in hockey uniform

Meagan Young ’25 Aims to Break the Student-Athlete Mental Health Stigma with New Platform

This summer, Meagan Young '25 established the Curry College chapter of Morgan’s Message, a national platform dedicated to eliminating the stigma surrounding mental health within the student-athlete community, named after Morgan Rodgers, a former lacrosse player at Duke University who tragically took her own life in 2019.
Rosedina Blanc Dancing in IMPRINT Performance

Rosedina Blanc ’22 Explores Connection Between Dance and Wellness

For Rosedina Blanc ‘22, the connection between dance and health is beautifully unified. Inspired by Jean Appolon, Curry’s ’21-’22 Artist-in-Residence, Blanc decided to further explore this connection through an independent studio project.
Colleen Myers ’08, MSN ’22, and her son Andrew Myers ’22

Mother and Son: A Graduation Story 26 Years in the Making

Years of hard work, determination, and love led Colleen Myers ’08, MSN ’22, and her son Andrew Myers ’22 to be two of the 661 students who walked across the stage at Curry’s 2022 Commencement. Andrew received his bachelor’s in communication with honors and his mother Colleen earned her master’s in nursing.

Alumni Outcomes

Nic Clark '22 Poses at Chicago White Sox Stadium

Nic Clark ‘22 Hired as Youngest Sales Executive in Chicago White Sox Organization

Nic Clark’s lifelong dream has been to work in Major League Baseball. After graduating from Curry College this past May, he's turned that dream into a flourishing career.
Colleen Myers ’08, MSN ’22, and her son Andrew Myers ’22

Mother and Son: A Graduation Story 26 Years in the Making

Years of hard work, determination, and love led Colleen Myers ’08, MSN ’22, and her son Andrew Myers ’22 to be two of the 661 students who walked across the stage at Curry’s 2022 Commencement. Andrew received his bachelor’s in communication with honors and his mother Colleen earned her master’s in nursing.
Flyer listing seven criminal alumni that spoke on the panel

Criminal Justice Alumni Discuss Their College to Job Transitions

Seven recent criminal justice graduates talked about their experiences transitioning from college students to working professionals at a virtual alumni panel hosted by the Criminal Justice Honors Society.
NBS LOGO

Jake Force ’21 Wins Best Web News Article Award in National Media Competition

Last week, communication graduate Jake Force ’21 was recognized for writing the best web news article in the country by the National Electronic Media Association (NEMA/NBS-AERho) at its 80th Annual Convention.
Oprah Winfrey makes an appearance at virtual book club with Chloe Corrion ‘13.

Alumna’s Curry Internship Leads to Ultimate Book Club Experience with Oprah

It’s not every day that Oprah Winfrey makes an appearance at your book club. For alumna Chloe Corrion ‘13 it was an exciting confluence of her education, work, and interests.
Laurie Lessage ’10

Laurie Lessage ’10 Named CFO of Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC

Laurie Lessage ’10 was named Chief Financial Officer at Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City. The 125-year-old nonprofit is the nation’s first and the city’s largest youth mentoring organization with the mission to build and support mentoring relationships to ignite the biggest possible futures for youth.
Samantha Valletta

Actor and Producer Samantha Valletta ‘13 Gives Back to the Community with New Short Film

Communication alum and actor/producer Samantha Valletta '13 is giving back to the state of Massachusetts in a big way. In an upcoming short film, “Let Tomorrow Be,” Samantha teamed up with rising North Shore filmmaker Peter Nogueira, benefiting a variety of Massachusetts small businesses, which were drastically impacted throughout the course of the pandemic.
Sean Ford ’20 Earns Prestigious International Nursing Award

Sean Ford ’20 Earns Prestigious International Nursing Award

Curry College School of Nursing graduate and now registered nurse Sean Ford ’20 was recently named as a Daisy Award recipient, an international award honoring extraordinary nurses who go above and beyond with their clinical skill and compassion for patients, who define patient/family-centered care.
National Electronic Media Association

Communication Student, Alums Announced as Finalists in National Competition

A short film and a web news series by Curry communication program alumni and a COM student were named among the finalists in the Annual Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition led by the National Electronic Media Association.

Faculty Accomplishments

New Curry College Faculty, 2022-2023

Welcome New Faculty! 2022-2023

The Curry College community welcomes our newest faculty members to campus for the 2022-2023 academic year. They are enthusiastic and ready to empower our students to excel, dedicating themselves to success inside and outside the classroom.
Channing Elementary School Sign

Educate, Support, and Plan: Curry Faculty Connect with Channing Elementary Teachers in New Partnership

Curry’s Graduate Programs in Education and Mathematics Department formed a professional development partnership with the Channing Elementary School in Hyde Park, a neighborhood of Boston close to Curry’s campus.
Curry College Seal

Produce, Present and Publish: 2022 Curry Faculty Accomplishments

Curry faculty are dedicated educators and caring mentors to students as well as leading scholars, scientists, artists, and trailblazers in their disciplines. They are regularly published in notable academic publications, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded among peers at prestigious industry conferences.
Jose Soto teaching private music lesson with student

Curry Music Instructor Selected as Live Arts Boston Grant Recipient

Curry College piano instructor Jose Arturo Soto Gamboa was recently selected as a recipient of the prestigious Live Arts Boston (LAB) grant awarded by the Boston Foundation with the support of the Barr Foundation.
Collage of Women in STEM area studies at Curry College

Celebrating Women in STEM at Curry College

Friday, February 11th marks International Day of Women and Girls in STEM - a day of encouragement, empowerment, and respect for women and young girls pursuing their passions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We honor the significant achievements of women in STEM at Curry College, both faculty and students, who have paved the way for future generations.
Top 21 Stories of 2021 Collage

Year in Review: Our Top 21 News Stories in 2021

The Curry College community rallied together in 2021 to accomplish great things and make this year memorable despite the continuing pandemic. As we look forward to 2022, here are the top 21 stories from another unforgettable year.
Professor Natalie West

Endless Opportunities: Q&A with Professor Natalie West, Sport and Recreation Management

Professor Natalie West, who leads the Sport and Recreation Management program at Curry, talks about the variety of opportunities available to students majoring in this area and how the College’s close proximity to one of the best sports towns in America is a benefit to enrollment.
Aviva Hollander '23 presents to the NorthEast Regional Computing Program

PAL Student Tutors Present on Learning How to Learn Through Technology

“Metacognition is learning about your learning and what type of learner you are,” said Matt Mariani, a senior software development major, during a webinar where he presented with fellow student Aviva Hollander, a senior sociology major, and Dr. Laura Vanderberg, director and professor in Curry’s Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL). The three gave an invited presentation to the NorthEast Regional Computing Program, a non-profit consortium serving higher education library and IT professionals.
Curry College Seal

Produce, Present & Publish: 2021 Curry Faculty Honors

Our faculty are not only dedicated educators and caring mentors to students, they also are among the leading scholars, scientists, artists, and trailblazers in their disciplines. Curry faculty are regularly published in notable academic publications, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded among peers at prestigious industry conferences.

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