Now is the time to discover the Curry School. We know that you have high expectations for your college experience. And we have risen to the challenge. While at Curry you will learn from some of the most respected faculty in their fields. But it doesn't end there. Your time in the classroom is just the beginning. For us, the real goal is about making an impact. At Curry, you will be pushed to discover, create and change.
What needs do you see in your community, in your world? We need your eyes to discover them. Together, let's create innovative solutions to these challenges. Our faculty will inspire in you a new capacity for ideas. And then, the good part. Lets see how our ideas can create change in the world around us.
Is your interest in health and wellness, in speech and hearing, in global issues in education or in teaching? Come. Discover with us.
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A question we hear often is why are programs like Kinesiology or Speech Pathology & Audiology a part of the college of education. You, too, may be surprised by the variety of areas of study at the Curry School.
At Curry, we take very seriously our role as a thought leader in human development. We recognize the powerful connections between teaching, learning and wellness that happens in our nation's schools, clinics and communities. Whether we consider the early learning environments a toddler might experience with her family or how teaching people of all ages the importance of a nutritious diet, at Curry you will be pushed to think of your area of study in a broader context of the human experience.
Our students and faculty are working together to better understand how each of the areas at the Curry School impact the others.
Perhaps the best example of this is our Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services. At the Center, students in our Speech Pathology & Audiology program, our Counselor Ed, Clinical Psychology, and our Reading programs collaborate to assess the needs of clients from multiple perspectives.
We look forward to your being a part of our mission. Together, we can discover new ways of approaching needs, create innovative solutions and change our world.
Dean, Curry School of Education