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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.
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MBA Students “Nailed It” With Recruitment Strategies for eClinical Solutions

In May, students in the MBA program delivered their capstone project to the leadership of eClinical Solutions. Each year, Curry’s MBA coursework culminates in a capstone project where the MBA cohort works as a team of consultants to a local organization on an applied research project.
Gladys Flores '22 Poses with Intern of the Year Award

Internship Spotlight: Gladys Flores ’22 Excels During Experience with U.S. Department of Labor

Criminal Justice major Gladys Flores ’22 received the ultimate professional legal experience this past spring, interning as a paralegal with the U.S. Department of Labor.
The Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics awarded Person of the Year for 2021-2022

53rd Annual Awards Recognition Ceremony Celebrates the Best of Curry College

Curry College honored the best and brightest during its 53rd Annual Awards Recognition Celebration. Over 60 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Michael Curry, Esq. is awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree from Curry College

Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2022 at Joyful Commencement Under Sunny Skies

Curry College honored 661 graduates from the Class of 2022 during its 142nd Commencement celebration in summer-like conditions on May 22. The ceremony was held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts with family members, friends, alumni, faculty, and staff among other Curry community members in attendance.
MSN Capstone Presenters Post at BID Milton

Master of Science in Nursing Students Present Culminating Capstone Research

Two cohorts of Master of Science in Nursing students gathered with School of Nursing faculty and staff to present their Capstone projects during two poster sessions held at Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton on Tuesday, May 10.
Four MACJ students post next to Capstone project poster

MACJ Capstone Projects Focus on Mental Health and Wellness for First Responders

Two cohorts of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) program presented their capstone projects in a poster session focused on the theme of “Supporting First Responder Health and Wellness” on Tuesday, May 10. The Capstone project is a signature culminating academic event that challenges students to carry out community-based projects applying their new advanced knowledge and skill. 
Felicity Monfils '22 posing in the quad

Felicity Monfils ’21 Wins National Award for Work with Victims of Abuse

Criminal justice major Felicity Monfils ‘21 won the Alpha Phi Sigma Student Member Achievement Award, a national award from the criminal justice honors society. Nominated students must make an extraordinary contribution to their local chapter of the honors society, demonstrate leadership of a chapter or campus project, and have an overall record of achievement.
Sarah Doran '22 Poses with Two Curry Education Professors

Sarah Doran ’22 Presents at New Hampshire Educators’ Conference

Sarah Doran ’22, an Elementary Education major, recently presented at TEACHAPALOOZA, an Educator Rising Conference for students in teacher preparation programs throughout New Hampshire. For her presentation titled “Shaping the Future With Coding-Why is it Meaningful?” Doran discussed and demonstrated robotic tools that can be used to teach coding skills to young students.

Academic News

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MBA Students “Nailed It” With Recruitment Strategies for eClinical Solutions

In May, students in the MBA program delivered their capstone project to the leadership of eClinical Solutions. Each year, Curry’s MBA coursework culminates in a capstone project where the MBA cohort works as a team of consultants to a local organization on an applied research project.
Gladys Flores '22 Poses with Intern of the Year Award

Internship Spotlight: Gladys Flores ’22 Excels During Experience with U.S. Department of Labor

Criminal Justice major Gladys Flores ’22 received the ultimate professional legal experience this past spring, interning as a paralegal with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Michael Curry, Esq. is awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree from Curry College

Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2022 at Joyful Commencement Under Sunny Skies

Curry College honored 661 graduates from the Class of 2022 during its 142nd Commencement celebration in summer-like conditions on May 22. The ceremony was held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts with family members, friends, alumni, faculty, and staff among other Curry community members in attendance.
MSN Capstone Presenters Post at BID Milton

Master of Science in Nursing Students Present Culminating Capstone Research

Two cohorts of Master of Science in Nursing students gathered with School of Nursing faculty and staff to present their Capstone projects during two poster sessions held at Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton on Tuesday, May 10.
Four MACJ students post next to Capstone project poster

MACJ Capstone Projects Focus on Mental Health and Wellness for First Responders

Two cohorts of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) program presented their capstone projects in a poster session focused on the theme of “Supporting First Responder Health and Wellness” on Tuesday, May 10. The Capstone project is a signature culminating academic event that challenges students to carry out community-based projects applying their new advanced knowledge and skill. 
Felicity Monfils '22 posing in the quad

Felicity Monfils ’21 Wins National Award for Work with Victims of Abuse

Criminal justice major Felicity Monfils ‘21 won the Alpha Phi Sigma Student Member Achievement Award, a national award from the criminal justice honors society. Nominated students must make an extraordinary contribution to their local chapter of the honors society, demonstrate leadership of a chapter or campus project, and have an overall record of achievement.
Sarah Doran '22 Poses with Two Curry Education Professors

Sarah Doran ’22 Presents at New Hampshire Educators’ Conference

Sarah Doran ’22, an Elementary Education major, recently presented at TEACHAPALOOZA, an Educator Rising Conference for students in teacher preparation programs throughout New Hampshire. For her presentation titled “Shaping the Future With Coding-Why is it Meaningful?” Doran discussed and demonstrated robotic tools that can be used to teach coding skills to young students.
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Curry College Hosts Early Education Conference with Little Sprouts, a Network of Child Care Centers

Early educators and those who care for young children from across the state will gather on Curry College’s campus on Saturday, May 7 for a one-day conference called, “The Power of Identity: Bringing Your Whole Self to the Classroom.”
Curry College Nursing Students in the SIM Lab

Curry College Announces the Eugene W. and Gloria Landy Dean of the School of Nursing

Curry College is pleased to announce the establishment of the Eugene W. and Gloria Landy Dean of the School of Nursing. Continuing their legacy as generous donors to the College, Sam Landy '82 and his family, their company, UMH Properties, Inc., and the Eugene W. and Gloria Landy Foundation made a $1 million gift to establish the deanship.

Student Success

Gladys Flores '22 Poses with Intern of the Year Award

Internship Spotlight: Gladys Flores ’22 Excels During Experience with U.S. Department of Labor

Criminal Justice major Gladys Flores ’22 received the ultimate professional legal experience this past spring, interning as a paralegal with the U.S. Department of Labor.
The Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics awarded Person of the Year for 2021-2022

53rd Annual Awards Recognition Ceremony Celebrates the Best of Curry College

Curry College honored the best and brightest during its 53rd Annual Awards Recognition Celebration. Over 60 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Michael Curry, Esq. is awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree from Curry College

Curry College Celebrates the Class of 2022 at Joyful Commencement Under Sunny Skies

Curry College honored 661 graduates from the Class of 2022 during its 142nd Commencement celebration in summer-like conditions on May 22. The ceremony was held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts with family members, friends, alumni, faculty, and staff among other Curry community members in attendance.
Felicity Monfils '22 posing in the quad

Felicity Monfils ’21 Wins National Award for Work with Victims of Abuse

Criminal justice major Felicity Monfils ‘21 won the Alpha Phi Sigma Student Member Achievement Award, a national award from the criminal justice honors society. Nominated students must make an extraordinary contribution to their local chapter of the honors society, demonstrate leadership of a chapter or campus project, and have an overall record of achievement.
Sarah Doran '22 Poses with Two Curry Education Professors

Sarah Doran ’22 Presents at New Hampshire Educators’ Conference

Sarah Doran ’22, an Elementary Education major, recently presented at TEACHAPALOOZA, an Educator Rising Conference for students in teacher preparation programs throughout New Hampshire. For her presentation titled “Shaping the Future With Coding-Why is it Meaningful?” Doran discussed and demonstrated robotic tools that can be used to teach coding skills to young students.
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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.
President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. and Dean of Curry School of Nursing Michelle McMahon cut the ribbon at the Plymouth campus

Curry College Opens New School of Nursing Simulation Lab & Training Center in Plymouth

Members of the Curry College community along with healthcare, education, emergency response partners, and elected officials from the Plymouth and South Coast area were on hand to witness the official opening of Curry’s new School of Nursing Simulation Lab & Training Center.
Curry student holds Curry Counts sign

Continuing A New Tradition, Curry's Second Annual Day of Giving Tops $150K

The Second Annual Curry Counts College Day of Giving was a rousing success as the community-wide crowdfunding event brought together over 370 supporters who made gifts totaling more than $150,000.
Luke Robitaille ’22

Strong Ambition, Faculty Connections Help Luke Robitaille '22 Land Dream Job with New England Revolution

Months before he and his classmates walk across the stage at Commencement, Luke Robitaille ’22 has already secured his post-graduation career plans. The senior Communication major is a full-time Digital Content Producer for the New England Revolution, a role he accepted during the fall 2021 semester.

Alumni Outcomes

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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.
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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.
Kaylee Doherty ‘22 and Zoe Scangas ’22

School of Nursing Students and the Veterans Association: Careers, Connections, and Support

Last year, Curry College School of Nursing students and roommates Kaylee Doherty ‘22 and Zoe Scangas ’22 were both awarded highly selective scholarships through the Veterans Association (VA) Health Professional Scholarship Program (HPSP) for their senior years.
Sam '82 and Laurie Landy cut the ribbon for the opening of the Landy Family Student Services Area at Curry College

Best of Both Worlds: Sam Landy '82

Businessman and horse farm owner Sam Landy ’82 is grateful for the education he got at Curry and that he gets to share all aspects of his life with family. The family's most recent gift to the College is the Landy Family Student Services Area, a campus hub that houses the study abroad program, writing center, presentation center, and more.

Faculty Accomplishments

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.
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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.
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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.
Dr. Rebecca Kendall and Dr. Adam Stearn of Curry College’s Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology

Criminal Justice Faculty Partner with Brockton PD on Victim Assistance and Language Access

Police departments in culturally diverse communities need the ability to communicate effectively with crime victims. Two Curry professors, Dr. Rebecca Kendall and Dr. Adam Stearn from the Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology, are helping one local city figure out how to do just that.
Dr. Shavindrie Cooray

Dr. Shavindrie Cooray Publishes and Presents New Research on Bias in Machine Learning Data Analysis and Social Network Influence

This summer, Dr. Shavindrie Cooray, associate professor in management information systems, published her research in the Information Society journal (Taylor and Francis Group publishing) which has an acceptance rate of 5 to 6 percent and a 2020 impact factor of 4.57.

Upcoming Events

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October 16, 2022
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