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    The student to faculty ratio at Curry

  • First-year students who live on campus

    First-year students who live on campus

  • of first time, full-time students receive some form of financial aid

    of first time, full-time students receive some form of financial aid

  • Number of faculty and staff employed at Curry College

    Number of faculty and staff employed at Curry College

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When students first meet their orientation leaders, they're usually very quiet. But it's the role of their orientation leader to get them comfortable with each other, make friends, participate in the different activities. If students have any questions they should feel like they can ask that question without being judged or that they shouldn't ask - there is no such thing as a dumb question when it comes to orientation.

Jordan Rogers '15
Major: Criminal Justice

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Media Ecologist Professor Rob MacDougall edited this and authored two chapters of the recently published, "Communication and Control: Tools, Systems, and New Dimensions."

"Communication and Control" advocates a systems view of human communication in a time of intelligent, learning machines. This edited collection sheds new light on things as mundane-yet still profoundly consequential (and seemingly "low-tech")-as push buttons, pagers, and telemarketing systems. Contributors also investigate aspects of "remote control" related to education, organizational design, artificial intelligence, cyberwarfare, drones, and even binge-watching on Netflix. In line with a systems view, the collection takes up a media ecological view and will be of interest to students, scholars, and researchers in communication, new media, cognitive science, and science and technology studies.

According to one reviewer, "MacDougall has assembled a satisfying spectrum of voices to track how the pulsing, global spray of electrons we stubbornly call 'media' continues to transform us. From theory to case study, Communication and Control is truly cutting-edge stuff that will put you in the feedback loop."

COM Department Co-Chair Professor Dorria DiManno reports that the Department met on January 14 for a day-long retreat and workshop designing the COM Core Curriculum which will ensure continued success into the future.

Associate Professor Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA, has been appointed to the Public Relations Society of America's Board of Ethics and Professional Standards. In this role, Kirk will be working with his Board colleagues to provide advice, counsel and guidance to PRSA's 21,000 professional and 10,000 student members on issues relating to ethical considerations in public relations practice.

In addition, Kirk was asked by PRSA to provide his thoughts as a PR Industry Thought Leader for the Society's blog, "PRSAY," on what he sees as a major issue that the PR profession will have to cope with in 2014. This is the second consecutive year that Kirk has been tapped for comment.

Professor Alan Frank reports that the Radio Practicum (WMLN-FM) has had the highest total student enrollment in more than 20 years, with each semester (Fall '13 and Spring '14) having 80 students enrolled.

Associate Professor Jeff Lemberg is giving a presentation at the International Center for Academic Integrity's annual conference (Feb. 28-Mar. 2) in Jacksonville, FL. Jeff is a member of Curry's Undergraduate Academic Policy Committee, which has worked in recent years to strengthen the college's academic integrity policy and procedures. His presentation, in collaboration with Academic Success Coordinator Lynn Zlotkowski, is titled "Collecting the Data, Changing the Culture."

Jeff also says he will be presenting a working paper at the Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference at New York University on March 8. The paper features a discourse analysis of Brill's Content, a consumer magazine that covered the news and information industries from 1998 to 2001. Specifically, the paper examines how the magazine covered and framed the "Information Age"; Brill's claimed to be the "independent voice" of that age.

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The purpose of the Curry College Public Relations Student Association (CCPRSA) organization is to increase the knowledge of the public relations profession and to provide students with opportunities and skills for the future.

WMLN - FM Curry Radio
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WMLN-FM 91.5, our award winning non-commercial radio station, is operated by Curry students under the  supervision of the faculty director of broadcasting.

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The Speaking Center at Curry College helps students prepare for speeches and presentations by providing feedback on them before being graded in a particular class.

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The Currier Times and are Curry College's student-produced news publications.  Students blog, cover breaking campus news, write feature stories, and produce photo slideshows, podcasts and videos and gain a wealth of experience in print publishing, including long-form writing, copyediting, photography, photo editing and page design.

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