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I always felt right at home at Curry. The small class sizes and the opportunity to build connections with the faculty members were other reasons that helped me choose Curry. I made incredible friendships and great connections with faculty members, inside and outside of the Psychology department.


Heather Flaherty '14
Major: Psychology




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Professor Ishani Tewari presented, "Durable Ownership, Time Allocation and Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from China's Home Appliances to the Countryside Rebate"  at the Williams College Economics Department (October 2017).

Professor Sheena Murray presented, "How Broadband and Cell phone Access have Impacted Marriage and Divorce in the US " at the Lafayette College Economics Department (October 2017).

Professor Ishani Tewari had her article, "Using Bankruptcy to Reduce Foreclosures: Does Strip-down of Mortgages Affect the Supply of Mortgage Credit?" " published in the Journal of Financial Services Research (May 2017).

Professor Elizabeth Delano-Dykas passed (and licensed in MA) the Certified Public Accountant exam (May 2017).

Professor Sheena Murray presented," How Demographic and Urban Density Patterns affect the Procyclicality of Marriage and Divorce" at the Western Economic Association Annual Conference (June 2017)

Professor Shavi Cooray had her article, "The Appreciative System, Learning and its Impact on Information Systems Design" in the Communications of the the Association for Information Systems (April 2017).

Professor Shavi Cooray had her article, "Virtual Action Research for Virtual Organizations" in Systems Practice and Action Research (April 2017).

Professor Sheena Murray had her article "Urban Density and the Procyclicality of Divorce," published in the Economics Bulletin (March 2017)

Professor Ishani Tewari presented ""Product Scope and Productivity: Evidence from India's Product Reservation Policy"  at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference (February 2017)

Professor Sheena Murray presented  "Divorce Spillover Effects: The Effects of Current Divorce Rates on Future Divorce Rates" at the Bentley College's Economics Department Seminar Series (February 2017).

Professor Steve Gunning and Professor Shavi Cooray had their article, "Analysing Online Social Networks from a Soft Systems Perspective"  published in the International Journal of Systems and Society (December 2016).

Professor Sheena Murray presented "The Effects of Educational Attainment on the Demographics of Female Families" at the Southern Economic Association Annual Conference (November 2016).

Professor Sheena Murray was an invited speaker at the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP) mentoring panel (November 2016).

Professor John A. Dicicco presented "Recognizing Alternative Learning Styles for College Students" at the Northeast Association of Business, Economics, and Technology conference (November 2016).

Professor Shavi Cooray had her article, "New Challenges for Action Research" Proceedings of the 58th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, UK (September 2016).

Professor Shavi Cooray had her article, "Virtual Teams and Conflicts- the Role of Action Research" published in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Humanities Systems Interaction (July 2016).

Professor Shavi Cooray had her article, "Using Soft Systems ideas within Virtual Teams" published in Strategic Management and Leadership for Systems Development in Virtual Spaces (January 2016).


 
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