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Curry Faculty Pose in the Hall of Champions

ҹ첥 Faculty Accomplishments: Spring 2024

ҹ첥 faculty continuously demonstrate remarkable dedication and excellence in their craft, and are regularly published in academic journals, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded by peers at prestigious industry conferences.
Kendra Aucoin poses next to her poster at the Academic Forum

Mental Health, Activism, and Childhood Illness Prevention Among Student Presentations at 2024 Academic Forum

Curry students recently gathered in Katz Gymnasium for the annual Academic Forum, where they presented their research, creative portfolios, and other culminating projects to the College community. These presentations emphasize the significant mentorship and collaboration between faculty members and budding researchers and creators at Curry.
A proud ҹ첥 graduate holds up her diploma

ҹ첥 Holds 144th Commencement Ceremony at Xfinity Center

On Sunday, May 19, President Jay Gonzalez proudly conferred nearly 500 degrees during the 144th ҹ첥 Commencement ceremony held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
PR students pose together after presentation

Public Relations Students Gain Real-World Experience Collaborating with Non-Profit Organizations

This semester, five Curry students created campaigns for the needs of three clients: Girls on the Run, Make-A-Wish® Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and Great Dog Rescue of New England as part of the Public Relations capstone course. This semester-long project gives students a chance to experience what work in their future careers will entail, and helps them practice the skills they'll need to be successful.
Adrianne Haslet

Adrianne Haslet to Deliver Commencement Address

Former professional ballroom dancer and runner Adrianne Haslet, who survived the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, will serve as Commencement Speaker at ҹ첥’s 2024 Commencement on May 19 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
CLA Awards

Students, Faculty, and Staff Recognized at Curry LEAD Awards

ҹ첥 honored the best of the best during the second annual LEAD Awards on April 26th in Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium. Nearly 50 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Women in Sports panel pose with students

Women in Sports Panel Offers Words of Wisdom and Advice to Curry Students

Riding the wave of the recent national recognition of women in sports, the ҹ첥 Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Sport and Recreation Management major recently hosted an inclusive panel featuring six female trailblazers in the sports industry.
students and professors pose at alexander graham bell society

Curry Students Recognized with Mathematics Awards

Three ҹ첥 seniors were recently recognized for their outstanding academic performances with awards from the Mathematics Area at ҹ첥. Caroline McDonald, Harrison Dean, and Ashley Almeida were each given plaques marking their achievements and contributions to mathematics and mathematics education.
Sebastien signs on to the men's lacrosse team through Team Impact

ҹ첥 Men’s Lacrosse Signs New Team Member Through Team IMPACT

ҹ첥 men’s lacrosse head coach John Carroll recently announced a new team member, signing 11-year-old Sebastien through Team IMPACT.

Academic News

Kendra Aucoin poses next to her poster at the Academic Forum

Mental Health, Activism, and Childhood Illness Prevention Among Student Presentations at 2024 Academic Forum

Curry students recently gathered in Katz Gymnasium for the annual Academic Forum, where they presented their research, creative portfolios, and other culminating projects to the College community. These presentations emphasize the significant mentorship and collaboration between faculty members and budding researchers and creators at Curry.
A proud ҹ첥 graduate holds up her diploma

ҹ첥 Holds 144th Commencement Ceremony at Xfinity Center

On Sunday, May 19, President Jay Gonzalez proudly conferred nearly 500 degrees during the 144th ҹ첥 Commencement ceremony held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
PR students pose together after presentation

Public Relations Students Gain Real-World Experience Collaborating with Non-Profit Organizations

This semester, five Curry students created campaigns for the needs of three clients: Girls on the Run, Make-A-Wish® Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and Great Dog Rescue of New England as part of the Public Relations capstone course. This semester-long project gives students a chance to experience what work in their future careers will entail, and helps them practice the skills they'll need to be successful.
Adrianne Haslet

Adrianne Haslet to Deliver Commencement Address

Former professional ballroom dancer and runner Adrianne Haslet, who survived the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, will serve as Commencement Speaker at ҹ첥’s 2024 Commencement on May 19 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
students and professors pose at alexander graham bell society

Curry Students Recognized with Mathematics Awards

Three ҹ첥 seniors were recently recognized for their outstanding academic performances with awards from the Mathematics Area at ҹ첥. Caroline McDonald, Harrison Dean, and Ashley Almeida were each given plaques marking their achievements and contributions to mathematics and mathematics education.
President Gonzalez receives customized soccer jersey on stage

Jay Gonzalez Inaugurated as ҹ첥’s Fifteenth President

Jay Gonzalez was ceremoniously inaugurated as the fifteenth President of ҹ첥 on Friday, April 12, 2024 in a series of events that honored the history and future of the institution. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, college and university delegates, and other special guests gathered inside the Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium to celebrate Gonzalez, who began his tenure as President of the College on July 31, 2023.
Jay Gonzalez at the Podium during his Inauguration

ҹ첥 to be First in Massachusetts to Offer Job Guarantee

President Jay Gonzalez announced at his Inauguration this afternoon that ҹ첥 will be the first college in Massachusetts to offer a job guarantee program, called The Curry Commitment, beginning with the current freshmen Class of 2027.
Two students pose with "I Gave" stickers at Curry's Day of Giving

Fourth Annual Day of Giving Boasts Record-Setting Engagement

The Fourth Annual “Curry Counts” Day of Giving raised over $100,000 from 544 supporters, the highest participation total since the fundraiser’s launch in 2021. The community-wide crowdfunding event saw contributions from Curry alumni, faculty, staff, students, families, and friends, who came together and raised funds for institutional priorities such as academic programs, athletics, student financial needs, PAL, and more.
Two students post in academic quad

VITA Program Offers Tax Preparation Experience and Community Interaction for Curry Accounting Students

Since 2019, ҹ첥 has been easing the burden on local taxpayers by making it possible for a group of accounting students to become certified to serve in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. To get ready for their VITA work, students learn the TaxWise preparation software in the fall through Associate Lecturer Janet Peterson’s one-credit VITA class.

Student Success

A proud ҹ첥 graduate holds up her diploma

ҹ첥 Holds 144th Commencement Ceremony at Xfinity Center

On Sunday, May 19, President Jay Gonzalez proudly conferred nearly 500 degrees during the 144th ҹ첥 Commencement ceremony held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
CLA Awards

Students, Faculty, and Staff Recognized at Curry LEAD Awards

ҹ첥 honored the best of the best during the second annual LEAD Awards on April 26th in Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium. Nearly 50 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Jay Gonzalez at the Podium during his Inauguration

ҹ첥 to be First in Massachusetts to Offer Job Guarantee

President Jay Gonzalez announced at his Inauguration this afternoon that ҹ첥 will be the first college in Massachusetts to offer a job guarantee program, called The Curry Commitment, beginning with the current freshmen Class of 2027.
Students pose at AAFS Conference

Students, Faculty Attend Prestigious International Forensics Conference

Joining 3,500 of some of the most successful forensic science professionals in the United States and beyond, three Curry students recently attended the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) Conference in Denver.
Students pose in group photo at Adobe Conference

Curry Students Experience Adobe Creative Retreat in Boston

A group of ҹ첥 students recently had the opportunity to attend the two-day, immersive Adobe Creative Retreat held in Boston. Among the attendees were Kayla Hanuschak and Kyle MacDonald, both senior graphic design majors.
Students in the podcast studio of WMLN

Curry Radio Students Named Finalists for National Award

Chuy Gomez Padilla ‘26, Joshua Bracken ‘25, and Thomas Davis ’24 were nominated for their work in the category of "Best Show Intro" for the "WMLN Curry Sports Intro," while recent graduates Bobby Fanning ‘23 and Noah Barthelemy ’23 were nominated in the Best Liner/Sweeper category for "Always Sunny at WMLN."
Milton, Massachusetts and the ҹ첥 campus from above

We're #1! Milton Named Safest College Town in America

Milton, Massachusetts, home of ҹ첥's Milton Campus, has once again been recognized as the "Safest College Town in America," according to a new study.
Law Enforcement officer speaking with community members

Preparing the Next Generation of Police: CJ Program Offers Vibrant Opportunities for Students Interested in Law Enforcement

Responding to calls for change in American policing, Curry’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice faculty have updated and revised the Criminal Justice curriculum, including a new Law Enforcement (LE) concentration for students interested in pursuing policing, as well as offering engaging programming in and out of the classroom.
Dr. Nate Lanning and students at Houghton's Pond

Dr. Nate Lanning Uses Hands-on Learning, and Curry’s Campus, to Teach Students about Biodiversity

How does human influence impact local tree species? Led by Dr. Nate Lanning, an associate lecturer in Curry’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, students studying environmental science set out to answer that question.

Alumni Outcomes

A proud ҹ첥 graduate holds up her diploma

ҹ첥 Holds 144th Commencement Ceremony at Xfinity Center

On Sunday, May 19, President Jay Gonzalez proudly conferred nearly 500 degrees during the 144th ҹ첥 Commencement ceremony held at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
Olivia Smolster '24

Curry Education Program Offers Many Career Pathways

With various pathways, concentrations, minors, and tracks, our Education students and alumni are fully equipped to shape the minds of the next generation.
Arthur Bernard and Susan D. Griffin ’80

Two Appointed to ҹ첥 Board of Trustees

President Jay Gonzalez is pleased to announce that Arthur Bernard and Susan D. Griffin ’80 have been elected to serve on the ҹ첥 Board of Trustees.
Kieran Clarke ’84

Kieran Clarke ’84 Elected to Serve on the ҹ첥 Board of Trustees

President Jay Gonzalez is pleased to announce that Kieran Clarke ’84 has been elected to serve on the ҹ첥 Board of Trustees. Clarke, a senior executive with over 20 years of experience in the media industry, has maintained close connections with Curry since he graduated as a Business Management major.
Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

ҹ첥 Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023, the Cheer Team is All Smiles

Despite the Rainy Autumn Weather, Homecoming and Family Weekend 2023 was All Smiles

On October 20-22, ҹ첥 once again welcomed alumni, families, and friends back to campus to celebrate our annual Homecoming and Family Weekend. And despite autumn showers at times, the spirit of the Curry community was never dampened.
Brittany Bailey Out in the Science Research Field

Brittany Bailey ’23 Jumps into New Role as Medical Examiner Assistant with Confidence and Passion

Just four months after graduating with a Forensic Science degree and a double minor in Chemistry and Criminal Justice, Brittany Bailey ’23 is crushing her career goals as a Medical Examiner Assistant for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Boston.
Ryan Madden and Richkaard Verrier discuss new roles at Needham High School Athletics

In a Twist of Fate, Men’s Soccer Teammates Reunite as Colleagues at Needham High School

In 2016, two ҹ첥 men’s soccer student-athletes crossed the stage as teammates and entered the work force as Sport and Recreation Management professionals. Now, Ryan Madden ’16 and Richkaard Verrier ’16 are working together as colleagues for the Needham High School Athletic Department.
Jesse Cinquini writing on his computer at football field bleachers

Jesse Cinquini ’22 Makes His Way to the Top as Celtics Writer for Sports Illustrated

2022 Communication graduate Jesse Cinquini recently made his career dreams come true, accepting a job as a Boston Celtics writer for Sports Illustrated. A basketball enthusiast through and through, Cinquini couldn’t be more excited for the opportunity to cover his favorite team.

Faculty Accomplishments

Curry Faculty Pose in the Hall of Champions

ҹ첥 Faculty Accomplishments: Spring 2024

ҹ첥 faculty continuously demonstrate remarkable dedication and excellence in their craft, and are regularly published in academic journals, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded by peers at prestigious industry conferences.
Students pose at AAFS Conference

Students, Faculty Attend Prestigious International Forensics Conference

Joining 3,500 of some of the most successful forensic science professionals in the United States and beyond, three Curry students recently attended the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) Conference in Denver.
President Jay Gonzalez speaking on a panel

ҹ첥 Hosts Future of Work in Education Event

ҹ첥 recently hosted The Future of Work in Education event for Dartmouth College alumni and community members. President Jay Gonzalez, a Dartmouth alum himself, and Professor Jen McNally represented Curry on panels that led discussions on topics on the evolution of teaching in the post-pandemic era and the challenges that education leaders face.
ҹ첥 Seal

ҹ첥 Faculty Accomplishments Summer/Fall 2023

The cherished members of the ҹ첥 faculty are known for their tireless dedication and support to our students - but they are also leading scholars, scientists, artists, and trailblazers in their respective fields. See their many accomplishments from this past summer and fall.
Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Faculty pose at 2022 Convocation

Present, Publish, and Produce: Spring 2023 Faculty Accomplishments

Curry faculty are dedicated educators and caring mentors to students as well as leading scholars, scientists, artists, and trailblazers in their disciplines. They are regularly published in notable academic publications, quoted as experts in the media, and applauded among peers at prestigious industry conferences.
Student and Staff pose at 2023 Curry LEAD awards ceremony

54th Annual Curry Awards Honor Outstanding Students, Faculty, and Staff

ҹ첥 honored the best of the best during its 54th Annual Awards Recognition Celebration. Neary 90 awards were bestowed upon deserving recipients, highlighting the amazing feats achieved in academics, student life, the arts, and athletics.
Dr. Khera poses with seniors who are helping her with research

Psychology Professor Engages Curry Students in Academic Research Development

During her own undergraduate experience, Dr. Gagan “Mia” Khera conducted research examining the experience of South Asian American women, particularly their identity and body image. Twenty-five years later, she’s thrilled to jump back to her study, but this time with the help of a pair of ҹ첥 seniors.
Dr. Julie Grady

As an Advocate and Educator, Dr. Julie Grady Teaches Nursing From the Heart

As an associate professor in the School of Nursing; maternity and pediatric coordinator for the undergraduate and accelerated nursing programs; chair of the Educational Outcomes Committee; and interim co-director of the Master of Science in Nursing Program, Dr. Julie Grady is first and foremost a clinical educator.

Upcoming Events

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July 15, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Students pose for a picture on the ҹ첥 Academic Quad at Orientation
July 17, 2024
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September 27, 2024
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Fans in the football stands at ҹ첥 Homecoming and Family Weekend
September 28, 2024
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ҹ첥 Milton Campus
Fans in the football stands at ҹ첥 Homecoming and Family Weekend
September 29, 2024
12:01 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
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