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‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

In the last three weeks, more than 100 employers met virtually with Curry College students to network and potentially fill hundreds of open positions, from internships to part and full-time jobs. The new "Industry Night" career fair series led by the Center for Career Development featured five virtual events organized by industry to allow students of related majors to meet with potential employers from their desired career fields.
https://www.curry.edu/about-us/news-and-events/news/industry-nights-help-students-make-key-job-connections

New Minors Expand Career Pathways for Students

This week as students begin to meet with their academic advisors to plan for fall classes and review academic goals, they can now consider adding a new minor. The College recently added art therapy, critical inequality studies, finance, photography, and video gaming studies to its academic catalog, all of which are designed to help students explore interests, build skills, and expand career pathways.
On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

In March, roughly 16 Curry College nursing students started new jobs to help administer COVID-19 vaccines at local mass vaccination sites, including the Gillette Mass Vaccination site and the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Resident Assistants Share Excitement for the Return of Traditional Campus Life this Fall

Resident Assistants Share Excitement for the Return of Traditional Campus Life this Fall

This fall, the College anticipates a near full capacity for most of the 19 residence halls on campus. All classes will be held in-person, and all other operations, including student activities and support and athletics, will resume in-person.
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.
Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

They might only be halfway through their last semester at the College, but many graduating seniors are already making plans for their next steps after graduating in May.
In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

“Music and dance practice gives us a way of processing our emotions, making meaning, keeping our bodies healthy, and building community in these challenging times,” says Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music, Emily Howe.
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.

Academic News

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

In the last three weeks, more than 100 employers met virtually with Curry College students to network and potentially fill hundreds of open positions, from internships to part and full-time jobs. The new "Industry Night" career fair series led by the Center for Career Development featured five virtual events organized by industry to allow students of related majors to meet with potential employers from their desired career fields.
https://www.curry.edu/about-us/news-and-events/news/industry-nights-help-students-make-key-job-connections

New Minors Expand Career Pathways for Students

This week as students begin to meet with their academic advisors to plan for fall classes and review academic goals, they can now consider adding a new minor. The College recently added art therapy, critical inequality studies, finance, photography, and video gaming studies to its academic catalog, all of which are designed to help students explore interests, build skills, and expand career pathways.
On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

In March, roughly 16 Curry College nursing students started new jobs to help administer COVID-19 vaccines at local mass vaccination sites, including the Gillette Mass Vaccination site and the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

They might only be halfway through their last semester at the College, but many graduating seniors are already making plans for their next steps after graduating in May.
In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

“Music and dance practice gives us a way of processing our emotions, making meaning, keeping our bodies healthy, and building community in these challenging times,” says Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music, Emily Howe.
College Launches First Annual Day of Giving on April 7

College Launches First Annual Day of Giving on April 7

Curry College will launch its first annual community-wide Day of Giving, scheduled for Wednesday, April 7. The new initiative will raise donations to support The Curry Fund, which aids institutional priorities such as extracurricular activities, faculty initiatives and student financial needs.
New Marketing Program Offers Students Versatility in Competitive Job Market

New Marketing Program Offers Students Versatility in Competitive Job Market

Graduating with a marketing degree offers students increased versatility in a competitive job market, says Dr. Gokhan Karaatli, one of the newest faculty members to join the Department of Business at the College. "Many students are not aware of how many different types of career opportunities there are in marketing outside of advertising and sales."
PR Intern Nicole Bousquet ’21 Gains A-List Experience at Hollywood Agency

PR Intern Nicole Bousquet ’21 Gains A-List Experience at Hollywood Agency

With her newest public relations internship, Nicole Bousquet ’21 is getting an inside look at agency life and has already decided it’s her desired path after graduating this spring.
Radio Students Named Winners and Finalists in National Collegiate Competition

Radio Students Named Winners and Finalists in National Collegiate Competition

Among a pool of radio students across the country, Curry College seniors Alex Fanikos and Dominic Manna placed as first-place winners and finalists at the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) 2020-2021 National Awards Conference.

Student Success

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

‘Industry Nights’ Help Students Make Key Job Connections

In the last three weeks, more than 100 employers met virtually with Curry College students to network and potentially fill hundreds of open positions, from internships to part and full-time jobs. The new "Industry Night" career fair series led by the Center for Career Development featured five virtual events organized by industry to allow students of related majors to meet with potential employers from their desired career fields.
https://www.curry.edu/about-us/news-and-events/news/industry-nights-help-students-make-key-job-connections

New Minors Expand Career Pathways for Students

This week as students begin to meet with their academic advisors to plan for fall classes and review academic goals, they can now consider adding a new minor. The College recently added art therapy, critical inequality studies, finance, photography, and video gaming studies to its academic catalog, all of which are designed to help students explore interests, build skills, and expand career pathways.
On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

On the Frontline of COVID Care, Curry Nursing Students Help Administer Vaccine

In March, roughly 16 Curry College nursing students started new jobs to help administer COVID-19 vaccines at local mass vaccination sites, including the Gillette Mass Vaccination site and the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Resident Assistants Share Excitement for the Return of Traditional Campus Life this Fall

Resident Assistants Share Excitement for the Return of Traditional Campus Life this Fall

This fall, the College anticipates a near full capacity for most of the 19 residence halls on campus. All classes will be held in-person, and all other operations, including student activities and support and athletics, will resume in-person.
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.
Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

Early Job Offers and Top Choice Graduate School Acceptances Pave Way for Class of 2021

They might only be halfway through their last semester at the College, but many graduating seniors are already making plans for their next steps after graduating in May.
In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

In Tough Times, Music and Dance Join Community and Offer Creative Outlet to Students

“Music and dance practice gives us a way of processing our emotions, making meaning, keeping our bodies healthy, and building community in these challenging times,” says Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music, Emily Howe.
College Launches First Annual Day of Giving on April 7

College Launches First Annual Day of Giving on April 7

Curry College will launch its first annual community-wide Day of Giving, scheduled for Wednesday, April 7. The new initiative will raise donations to support The Curry Fund, which aids institutional priorities such as extracurricular activities, faculty initiatives and student financial needs.
PR Intern Nicole Bousquet ’21 Gains A-List Experience at Hollywood Agency

PR Intern Nicole Bousquet ’21 Gains A-List Experience at Hollywood Agency

With her newest public relations internship, Nicole Bousquet ’21 is getting an inside look at agency life and has already decided it’s her desired path after graduating this spring.

Alumni Outcomes

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.
A collage of students socializing in masks on campus during COVID

Curry’s Community Propels College Forward in Face of Extraordinary Challenges

Through challenge and hardship, the coronavirus has only strengthened the Curry College community's commitment to one another, as faculty, students, staff and alumni have discovered new ways to thrive in uncertain times.
Curry Magazine Homepage collage of students in masks

Curry Magazine: Navigating the Pandemic - Safe, Healthy and Together

In the latest issue of Curry Magazine, learn more about how our College navigated the pandemic crisis last spring, our work to safely re-open campus this fall, and how we continue to work to ensure our students’ health and their success under even the most extraordinary of circumstances.
Jean Merisier ’20

Curry Alumni Help Combat Coronavirus

As doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, educators, law enforcement professionals and more, Curry alumni have given unsparingly of their time and energy for the greater public good at this moment of crisis.
A Collage of moments throughout PAL's 50 Years of existence

50 Years of Changing Lives, One Learner at a Time

The Program for Advancement of Learning celebrates a half century of educational innovation for students with learning differences.
Ken Carberry '80

Tuning In: Q&A with Ken Carberry '80

As an undergraduate majoring in communication, Ken Carberry was very involved in the on-air sound and operations at the Curry College student-led radio station, WMLN-FM. Today, after four decades leading in the Boston broadcast radio industry, Carberry returns to campus as the interim director of the radio program.

Faculty Accomplishments

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.
A collage of students socializing in masks on campus during COVID

Curry’s Community Propels College Forward in Face of Extraordinary Challenges

Through challenge and hardship, the coronavirus has only strengthened the Curry College community's commitment to one another, as faculty, students, staff and alumni have discovered new ways to thrive in uncertain times.
Curry Magazine Homepage collage of students in masks

Curry Magazine: Navigating the Pandemic - Safe, Healthy and Together

In the latest issue of Curry Magazine, learn more about how our College navigated the pandemic crisis last spring, our work to safely re-open campus this fall, and how we continue to work to ensure our students’ health and their success under even the most extraordinary of circumstances.
Curry Community Takes Up New Pandemic Pastimes

Curry Community Takes Up New Pandemic Pastimes

While safeguarding the community, members of the Curry community picked up new hobbies to combat a year full of challenges.

Upcoming Events

Dance Students in Black in the woods
April 30, 2021
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Virtual
Student Art and Design Exhibit - Fall 2020 Poster
May 31, 2021
12:00 - 12:00 a.m.
Virtual