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Law Enforcement officer speaking with community members

Preparing the Next Generation of Police: CJ Program Offers Vibrant Opportunities for Students Interested in Law Enforcement

Responding to calls for change in American policing, Curry’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice faculty have updated and revised the Criminal Justice curriculum, including a new Law Enforcement (LE) concentration for students interested in pursuing policing, as well as offering engaging programming in and out of the classroom.
Curry College Dining Marketplace signage promoting sustainability efforts

Sustainability Efforts on Curry College’s Campus are Adding Up to a Significant Decrease in Waste

The variety of waste reduction options on the Curry campus reads like a menu of sustainable practices. From decreasing food loss to composting to recycling to local sourcing, and more, the leadership of the food services team is resulting in big savings.
Dr. Nate Lanning and students at Houghton's Pond

Dr. Nate Lanning Uses Hands-on Learning, and Curry’s Campus, to Teach Students about Biodiversity

How does human influence impact local tree species? Led by Dr. Nate Lanning, an associate lecturer in Curry’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, students studying environmental science set out to answer that question.
Curry students combine healthcare and acting in new course

New Nursing and Theatre Collab Creates Unique Course Offering for Students

Curry students now have the opportunity to take a unique new course that combines healthcare and…wait for it…ACTING?! No, you read that right, the School of Nursing recently received a grant to build a unique simulated participant program that trains theatre students to act as patients in real-life clinical scenarios.
Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Curry College Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023, the Cheer Team is All Smiles

Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather, Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023 was All Smiles

On October 20-22, Curry College once again welcomed alumni, families, and friends back to campus to celebrate our annual Homecoming and Family Weekend. And despite autumn showers at times, the spirit of the Curry community was never dampened.
Curry College Campus in Autumn

A Message from President Gonzalez: Concern for Our Community

Over the course of this past week, we and the rest of the world have been witness to barbaric acts and an escalating war in the Middle East. It is hard for any of us to process human tragedy at this scale, and it affects each of us as fellow human beings. But the events of this past week have been particularly hard for those in the Curry community who are Jewish or Palestinian and those who have friends or family in or a connection to Israel, the Gaza Strip or the region directly affected.
Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston.

SOC/CJ Students Get First-Hand Look at Federal Justice System

Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston. During this unique field opportunity, students and faculty/staff were able to meet Chief Circuit Court Justice David Barron, from the federal 1st Circuit.

Academic News

Law Enforcement officer speaking with community members

Preparing the Next Generation of Police: CJ Program Offers Vibrant Opportunities for Students Interested in Law Enforcement

Responding to calls for change in American policing, Curry’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice faculty have updated and revised the Criminal Justice curriculum, including a new Law Enforcement (LE) concentration for students interested in pursuing policing, as well as offering engaging programming in and out of the classroom.
Dr. Nate Lanning and students at Houghton's Pond

Dr. Nate Lanning Uses Hands-on Learning, and Curry’s Campus, to Teach Students about Biodiversity

How does human influence impact local tree species? Led by Dr. Nate Lanning, an associate lecturer in Curry’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, students studying environmental science set out to answer that question.
Curry students combine healthcare and acting in new course

New Nursing and Theatre Collab Creates Unique Course Offering for Students

Curry students now have the opportunity to take a unique new course that combines healthcare and…wait for it…ACTING?! No, you read that right, the School of Nursing recently received a grant to build a unique simulated participant program that trains theatre students to act as patients in real-life clinical scenarios.
Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Curry College Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston.

SOC/CJ Students Get First-Hand Look at Federal Justice System

Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston. During this unique field opportunity, students and faculty/staff were able to meet Chief Circuit Court Justice David Barron, from the federal 1st Circuit.
Students March to the Student Center at Academic Convocation

Class of 2027 Encouraged to “Be Curry” at New Student Academic Convocation

On a warm summer day, nearly 600 Curry students officially kicked off their college journeys at the 2023 New Student Academic Convocation. Supported by a sea of excitement and applause from faculty and staff, new students marched from the Academic Quad over to Westhaver Park in a formal procession before entering Katz Gymnasium for the ceremony.
Olivia Perron poses in front of Dassault Systemes signage during her summer internship

Curry Students Spend Summer 2023 Gaining Real-World Industry Experience

Curry students are spending the summer gaining professional experience in their respective fields of study. Notable internship sites include Boston Children's Hospital, Burlington Police Department, the New England Recovery Center, the Cape Cod Baseball League, and more!
Catherine McCabe headshot

Q & A: Dean Catherine McCabe, School of Business and Computer Science

Meet Dr. Catherine McCabe, a leader in experiential education and administration, and dean of the School of Business and Computer Science.

Student Success

Law Enforcement officer speaking with community members

Preparing the Next Generation of Police: CJ Program Offers Vibrant Opportunities for Students Interested in Law Enforcement

Responding to calls for change in American policing, Curry’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice faculty have updated and revised the Criminal Justice curriculum, including a new Law Enforcement (LE) concentration for students interested in pursuing policing, as well as offering engaging programming in and out of the classroom.
Dr. Nate Lanning and students at Houghton's Pond

Dr. Nate Lanning Uses Hands-on Learning, and Curry’s Campus, to Teach Students about Biodiversity

How does human influence impact local tree species? Led by Dr. Nate Lanning, an associate lecturer in Curry’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, students studying environmental science set out to answer that question.
Curry students combine healthcare and acting in new course

New Nursing and Theatre Collab Creates Unique Course Offering for Students

Curry students now have the opportunity to take a unique new course that combines healthcare and…wait for it…ACTING?! No, you read that right, the School of Nursing recently received a grant to build a unique simulated participant program that trains theatre students to act as patients in real-life clinical scenarios.
Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Curry College Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston.

SOC/CJ Students Get First-Hand Look at Federal Justice System

Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston. During this unique field opportunity, students and faculty/staff were able to meet Chief Circuit Court Justice David Barron, from the federal 1st Circuit.
Olivia Perron poses in front of Dassault Systemes signage during her summer internship

Curry Students Spend Summer 2023 Gaining Real-World Industry Experience

Curry students are spending the summer gaining professional experience in their respective fields of study. Notable internship sites include Boston Children's Hospital, Burlington Police Department, the New England Recovery Center, the Cape Cod Baseball League, and more!
Jay Gonzalez, 15th President of Curry College

Jay Gonzalez Appointed as President of Curry College

Curry College’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Jay Gonzalez as the College’s 15th president. The board’s unanimous decision was the culmination of a thoughtful and thorough search process that was conducted over the past eight months. Gonzalez has a deep breadth of experience in the law, government, education, politics, advocacy, and business leadership.
PR Capstone students pose with Dr. Brenda Wrigley

Public Relations Students Impress Non-Profit Organizations with Capstone Research

This past fall, the Curry College School of Business and Computer Science added Public Relations to its portfolio of market-relevant majors. As a requirement for the program, a cohort of students recently completed the Public Relations Campaign and Research Design course, which is designed for students to work with a non-profit organization.

Alumni Outcomes

Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Curry College Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023, the Cheer Team is All Smiles

Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather, Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023 was All Smiles

On October 20-22, Curry College once again welcomed alumni, families, and friends back to campus to celebrate our annual Homecoming and Family Weekend. And despite autumn showers at times, the spirit of the Curry community was never dampened.
Brittany Bailey Out in the Science Research Field

Brittany Bailey ’23 Jumps into New Role as Medical Examiner Assistant with Confidence and Passion

Just four months after graduating with a Forensic Science degree and a double minor in Chemistry and Criminal Justice, Brittany Bailey ’23 is crushing her career goals as a Medical Examiner Assistant for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Boston.
Ryan Madden and Richkaard Verrier discuss new roles at Needham High School Athletics

In a Twist of Fate, Men’s Soccer Teammates Reunite as Colleagues at Needham High School

In 2016, two Curry College men’s soccer student-athletes crossed the stage as teammates and entered the work force as Sport and Recreation Management professionals. Now, Ryan Madden ’16 and Richkaard Verrier ’16 are working together as colleagues for the Needham High School Athletic Department.
Jesse Cinquini writing on his computer at football field bleachers

Jesse Cinquini ’22 Makes His Way to the Top as Celtics Writer for Sports Illustrated

2022 Communication graduate Jesse Cinquini recently made his career dreams come true, accepting a job as a Boston Celtics writer for Sports Illustrated. A basketball enthusiast through and through, Cinquini couldn’t be more excited for the opportunity to cover his favorite team.
Michael Davis '19 Accepts Emmy Award

Communication Alumni Recognized at 46th NATAS Emmy® Awards

Adding to the prestige of the Curry College Communication program, three alumni in the television industry were honored at the 46th Boston/New England National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Emmy® Awards ceremony.
Skubie Mageza

Trusting the Process, Skubie Mageza ’14 Makes Dream Job a Reality at ESPN

For Skubie Mageza, it’s always been about reps. Back in his Curry days, when Mageza was a star athlete for the Colonels football team, his coach would often ask him and his teammates where they see themselves in five years. His answer? Working for ESPN.
Cam Hoyt '16 Completes First Boston Marathon

Cameron Hoyt ’16 Carries on the Spirit and Legacy of Team Hoyt at Boston Marathon

In his first-ever marathon, Cam Hoyt '16 proudly donned a Team Hoyt bib for The Hoyt Foundation, a non-profit organization that aspires to build the individual character, self-confidence, and self-esteem of America’s disabled young people through inclusion in all facets of daily life.
Jackie Joseph '14 Headshot

Criminal Justice Alum Founds Non-Profit Working with Brockton Community Youth

When Jackie Anne Joseph ’14 first transferred to Curry College, she wasn’t entirely sure what she wanted to do for a major. She was the first in her family to attend college, and claims she wasn’t the best student at the time. But eventually, she found her passion at Curry, and it changed the course of her career.

Faculty Accomplishments

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Faculty pose at 2022 Convocation

Present, Publish, and Produce: Spring 2023 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.
Student and Staff pose at 2023 Curry LEAD awards ceremony

54th Annual Curry Awards Honor Outstanding Students, Faculty, and Staff

Curry College honored the best of the best during its 54th Annual Awards Recognition Celebration. Neary 90 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Dr. Khera poses with seniors who are helping her with research

Psychology Professor Engages Curry Students in Academic Research Development

During her own undergraduate experience, Dr. Gagan “Mia” Khera conducted research examining the experience of South Asian American women, particularly their identity and body image. Twenty-five years later, she’s thrilled to jump back to her study, but this time with the help of a pair of Curry College seniors.
Dr. Julie Grady

As an Advocate and Educator, Dr. Julie Grady Teaches Nursing From the Heart

As an associate professor in the School of Nursing; maternity and pediatric coordinator for the undergraduate and accelerated nursing programs; chair of the Educational Outcomes Committee; and interim co-director of the Master of Science in Nursing Program, Dr. Julie Grady is first and foremost a clinical educator.
Music Faculty Members Pose at Grammy Awards

Curry Music Faculty Receive GRAMMY® Nomination

Curry College faculty are often recognized for their talent, skill, and dedication to their craft. For music program faculty members Anna Williams and Mikhail Veselov, that meant being nominated at the most prestigious music award show in the world-The GRAMMYs®.
2022 year in reviews

Year in Review: Our Top 22 Stories of 2022

In 2022, Curry College celebrated growth, success, and change while being together as a community. As we look forward to 2023, here are the top 22 stories of another great year at Curry.
Faculty members pose in the Hall of Champions during academic Convocation

Distinction in their Craft: Fall 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.
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.

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