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A variety of students in various disciplines pursuing a Communication Degree at Curry College

Discover Degrees and Programs in Communication

One of Curry College's largest and most diverse programs, communication provides a solid foundation in theory and analysis combined with hands-on courses where you learn the craft of your chosen concentration. In our major, minors, concentrations and numerous elective classes, you're sure to find the communication-related offering that best fits your professional goals.

Meet Our Faculty and Staff

Jayson Baker

Jayson Baker

Associate Professor, Communication

Department
Communication

Ken Carberry

Kenneth Carberry

Assistant Professor, Communication

Department
Communication

DL Garren

DL Garren

Professor

Department
Communication

Jerry Gibbs

Jerry Gibbs

Professor

Department
Communication

Melissa Kagen

Melissa Kagen

Assistant Professor, Communications

Department
Communication

Robert MacDougall

Robert MacDougall

Professor

Department
Communication

Brenda Wrigley

Brenda Wrigley

Professor

Department
Communication

Daniel Balel

Daniel Balel

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Hanna Baranchuk

Hanna Baranchuk

Lecturer

Department
Communication

John Barrett

John Barrett

Senior Lecturer, Communication

Department
Communication

Catherine Bednarz

Catherine Bednarz

Associate Lecturer

Department
Communication

Elizabeth Feldman

Elizabeth Feldman

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Erich Hochstrasser

Erich Hochstrasser

Associate Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Nina Hofman

Nina Hofman

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Marcy Holbrook

Marcy Holbrook

Senior Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Laurie Lesser

Laurie Lesser

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Robert MacNeil

Robert MacNeil

Senior Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

James Matte

James Matte

Senior Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Timothy Miller

Timothy Miller

Associate Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Erica Moura

Erica Moura

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Vicki Nelson

Vicki Nelson

Senior Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Dina O'Brien

Dina O'Brien

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Sarah Rozene

Sarah Rozene

Lecturer

Department
Communication

William Shanahan

William Shanahan

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Eli Singer

Eli Singer

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Sharon Sinnott

Sharon Sinnott

Senior Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith

Associate Lecturer

Department
Communication

Phone

Email
kevin.smith@curry.edu

Sarah Tardif

Sarah Tardif

Associate Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Keri Thompson

Keri Thompson

Associate Lecturer, Communications

Department
Communication

Kirsten Whitten

Kirsten Whitten

Lecturer

Department
Communication

James Young

James Young

Lecturer

Department
Communication

Highlights in Communication

‘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.
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.
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.
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.
Students Gain Life Skills, Career Advice from Silicon Valley CEO Dan Rosensweig

Students Gain Life Skills, Career Advice from Silicon Valley CEO Dan Rosensweig

For more than an hour in a Zoom presentation on Wednesday organized by the Curry College Business Students Association, Rosensweig answered questions from Curry President Ken Quigley and Curry students sharing reflections from his career as the current CEO of Chegg and ex-COO and CEO of Yahoo! and Guitar Hero.
For 10 Years Running, Comm Students Named Finalists in Annual NBS Awards Competition

For 10 Years Running, Com Students Named Finalists in Annual NBS Awards Competition

Even during a pandemic, Curry College communication students have shown they can succeed against national competition. Last week, two film and video students were named as finalists in the Annual Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition led by the National Electronic Media Association (NBS).
Theatre Students to Act in Real-Life Clinical Scenarios for Nursing Students with New Grant Award

Theatre Students to Act in Real-Life Clinical Scenarios for Nursing Students with New Grant Award

The School of Nursing received a $129,038 grant to build a unique simulated participant program that trains theatre students to act as patients in real-life clinical scenarios.

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