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I can't stress enough how amazing it is to have an opportunity to gain real world experience in the business world while still in school, especially at a company as well-known as Reebok. And I'm wasn't just sitting on the sidelines and observing; some of my responsibilities included supporting the U.S. Trade Marketing Team, attending photo shoots, working with our products during go-to-market roll outs, and much more.


Christine Nguyen '15
Major: Management




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Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society (Nursing)

Theta at Large Chapter

Our Chapter began 60 years ago when it was chartered as only the seventh Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. In 1953, a group of nurses attending Boston University set out to establish an organization that would represent the best of what nursing offered in this part of the world. Boston University would stand tall for the ensuing 37 years, as the "institution of record" for our Chapter, until in 1990 when we were re-chartered to include Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts and Simmons College in Boston - thereby establishing our "at-large" distinction.

Today, we have over 650 active members linked among three unique institutions. Theta at Large has many reasons to be proud as we forge into the new millennium. We are active in supporting local nursing scholars through our ongoing research and academic awards program. Our fall and spring programs offer members an opportunity connect with each other and engage in scholarly educational discourse. We are thrilled to routinely send members to destinations around this country and abroad, to leadership conferences, academic events, member forums and the biennial convention during which representatives from all chapters from around the world gather.

2016 Inductees:

Amanda Amorim
Carly Elizabeth Anderson
Beatrice Vivian Banda
Elizabeth Cara Barbarisi
Jessica Marie Bither
Jane M. Botelho
Cynthia Boyd
Katelyn M. Browning
Mary C. Cahill
Lisa Diane Cappello
Lisa M. Carroll
Katherine Cosgrove
Ana C. DeAguiar
Corey Gregory Dean
Nicole Emily Draicchio
Kathleen Marie Duckworth
Ukeme Essien
Jessica Ann Ezepik
Maureen Ann Flynn
Kendall Lauren Fox
Emily Elaine Gaffney
Christine Gagnon
Antonette Copeland Grant
Brusly Guerrier
Joshua David Harrison
Shannon Marie Hickey
Lynn A. Imbaro
Charlene Jeudy
Laurel E. Joseph
Nicole E. Juliano
Rachel Elizabeth Kakos
Jessica R. Kearney
Jessica Kender

Audrey Elizabeth Kenney
Briana J. Kissell
Meredith Kresser
Emily Lamb
Julie Elizabeth Leber
Megan Ann Leedberg
Evelyne Magalhaes
Joleen Marie McNamara
Diana L. Midgley
Hannah Mousette
Rebecca Elizabeth Nelson
Megan Lois O'Connor
Comfort Akuba O'Dell
Ashley Marie Orlowski
Taylor Leigh Pacheco
Emily Perry
Annemarie Bridget Powers
Ravy Sa Sun
Jocelyn Lauren Santos
Pragya Shrestha
Deborah Silva
Heather Leigh Stewart
Granis Jane Stewart
Paige Joan Sturtevant
Leigha Marie Sweeney
Kayla Michelle Thierwechter
Jennifer Rose Vaughan
Jeannette Vetiac
Carme Volcy
Katriona Eileen Walsh
Megan Elizabeth Welch
Zandra A. Williams
Ann Marie Worth

Membership Criteria

  • Satellite campuses and at-large chapters are allowed to invite students in the upper 35% of their class from each campus.
  • RN students in baccalaureate programs may be considered as a separate class when a generic program has an RN track. Therefore, you may invite the upper 35% of the RN class and the upper 35% of the generic class. Prospects from both groups must still meet the minimum 3.0 GPA requirement and have completed one-half of the nursing curriculum. If your RN class is particularly small, you may find it better to include them with the generic BSN class.
  • A class is interpreted to mean the group that is anticipated to graduate together at that same time (i.e. at completion of fall semester, spring semester, summer classes, etc.).
  • If the lowest GPA in the upper 35% of the class is 3.8, for example, only those with GPAs of 3.8 and higher would be eligible.
  • If the lowest GPA of the upper 35% of the class falls below 3.0, only those with a 3.0 and higher can be invited to join.
  • Chapters cannot go back and invite other students who did not fall into the upper 35% of their class if some prospects within the upper 35% of the class decline the membership invitation.
  • Students who attain the same GPA should not be counted as "one" when determining the top 35% of the class. (i.e. if ten students have a 4.0 GPA, each student should be counted as part of the top 35%). However, if there are multiple students holding the "cutoff" GPA, each student should be considered for membership (i.e. if 3.20 is the cutoff GPA, and three students have attained this, each should be invited to membership).

To be considered for membership under the Exception Rule, students:

  • May have a cumulative GPA below 3.0 or a GPA that is below the upper 35%;
  • Shall have a nursing major GPA of 3.0 or higher;
  • Shall otherwise meet the criteria for membership (1/2 of the nursing curriculum completed, expectation of academic integrity)

 
School of Nursing Hosts 1st Annual Nightingale Ceremony

The Curry College School of Nursing held their first annual Nightingale Ceremony on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 in the Katz Gymnasium.  Named for the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, the event celebrates Curry nursing students in their second year of the program as they begin their clinical education in area hospitals.

Curry College Student Nurses Association (CCSNA)
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The Curry College Student Nurses Association welcomes all students to join us as we use the things we learn in the nursing program to help in the community.

Men in Nursing

Recent Curry College male nursing alums, along with Curry nursing professor Dr. Don Anderson dispel many of the outdated stereotypes associated with men entering the nursing field in the 21st Century.

Meet Amber Soucy '13

Amber Soucy '13, a full-time medical surgical telemetry nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford and a former psych nurse at Westwood Lodge Hospital and correctional nurse at Massachusetts Correctional Institution explains the advantages of choosing the Curry Nursing program, "I was directly accepted into the Curry Nursing program...I received better scholarships from Curry...and I got to start my clinical rotations during sophomore year, so I gained real world experience right off the bat."

Nursing Faculty News
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Congratulations to members of the Curry nursing faculty for their on-going professional accomplishments!

Useful Websites
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These helpful links may be of interest to those students pursuing a nursing major.

Master of Science in Nursing
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Enhance your value to healthcare organizations by developing the leadership abilities required to measurably improve overall quality, reduce costs, raise the level of nursing practice and increase patient, family and physician satisfaction when you enroll in the Master of Science in Nursing-Clinical Nurse Leader (MSN-CNL®) program at Curry College.

 
 
 

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