Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Four Plymouth residents are among the Curry College students inducted into the Management Honor Society.
Wednesday, March 27
Ernest A. Silver, Professor and Chair of the Department of Management at Curry College, is pleased to announce the following Plymouth residents were inducted into the Management Honor Society, Sigma Beta Delta: The induction ceremony and dinner took place Thursday, March 21, at Curry College's Milton Campus. The 27 inductees were joined by their family and friends, Sigma Beta Delta chapter members, the Management Department faculty and the Administration. Junior and senior Management majors who have earned at least 60 credits from Curry and have a GPA of 3.4 or higher are eligible to join Sigma Beta Delta. Each inductee received a certificate and pin and will receive an honor cord to be worn at graduation. Follow Plymouth Patch on Twitter…
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Curry College's Chief Academic Officer David Potash is pleased to announce the following area residents attained membership to the Curry College Dean's List for the Fall 2012 term
Wednesday, January 16
Curry College Dean's List for Fall 2012 "Curry students who achieve the Dean's List demonstrate deep commitment to learning and academic success," said Dean Potash. "We are proud of them and their accomplishments." To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a 3.30 G.P.A., have no incompletes, and have no grade lower than a "C" for the semester. Full-time students must carry 12 or more graded credits for the semester; part-time students must be matriculated, carrying 6-11.5 graded credits for the semester, and must have earned a cumulative total of 15 graded credits in consecutive semesters. Did your college student make the Dean's List? Share the news on Patch by posting an announcment.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Students of Curry College assist the Friends of the Plymouth Pound.
Public Relations students always need a project on which to practice. This semester Curry College students took on Friends of the Plymouth Pound. "The best way to learn is hands on, or in this case a 'paws' on approach," Kirsten Whitten said. Whitten, a public relations professor is teaching the principles of public relations to a group of continuing education students at Curry. The students were able to choose any nonprofit organization and put together a public relations plan to assist in the areas which needed the most work. They quickly decided on the Friends of the Plymouth Pound. As part of the class’s detailed and comprehensive plan, the students designed a new and improved FPP website which will launch this summer. The public …