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Honors Program Events
Each fall, Honors students and faculty clean up the Fenway and prepare composting piles at Dorchester Community Gardens. Our work examines green spaces and food deserts in Boston.
Dr. Consolata Mutua
Last fall, guest speaker, Dr. Consolata Mutua, an African refugee expert, delivered a talk on United Nations designated status differences across immigrant and refugee groups. Focusing on African displacement in Albuquerque, NM, and Mankato, MN, Dr. Mutua lead a discussion on complexities of assimilation from the perspectives of populations of the African diaspora.
Habib Koite & Bamada Concert
Last fall, 51 Honors students attended a Habib Koite & Bamada concert as part of a co-curricular activity on the theme of "the influence of culture."
Volunteering at Rosie's Place
Every spring, Honors students and faculty volunteer to prepare and serve meals at Rosie's Place, a Boston shelter for homeless women.
Michael Willhoite - Author, Illustrator, Advocate
This past spring, Michael Willhoite, author, illustrator and advocate, delivered a talk on his children's books and current artistic projects.
Jessie Little Doe Baird
Jessie Little Doe Baird, a Native American linguist, visited Curry in 2018 and presented her work interpreting and preserving the Wampanoag language.
Performance: The White Card
In 2018, 50 Honors Program students and faculty attended the play, The White Card, at Harvard's American Repertory Theatre.
Every year on Accepted Student Day in April, we host an Honors Reception for students interested in the program.
The Honors Program hosts an annual weekend retreat every spring. The 2018 getaway at at Jacob's Pillow featured the theme, "The Power of Performance / Performing Power."