Delta College is pleased to announce the hire of Dr. Reva Curry as the Vice President of Instruction and Learning Services. Dr. Curry begins her new position on June 16.
"We welcome Dr. Curry to Delta College. She is a proven leader with a wealth of teaching and administrative experience, which I’m confident will make her a valuable asset to the College," said Dr. Jean Goodnow, President.
Dr. Curry received her PhD in Educational Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania and was formerly Vice President of Student Services at Salem Community College (NJ) where she oversaw enrollment management, advising, transfer, academic success and athletics. She was recruited to Stockton College (NJ) where she served as Interim Dean of Baccalaureate and Graduate Programs in the School of Health Sciences and most recently, as Executive Director of the new Center for Community Engagement. Before transitioning to administration, Dr. Curry was a full-time faculty member at the Medical College of Georgia, Thomas Jefferson University and Harrisburg Area Community College (PA).
"After many years away, I’m excited to come back to my home state of Michigan to join the Delta College family," said Curry. "I am especially looking forward to working with President Goodnow and Delta’s outstanding faculty, staff and students."
Curry is married to husband Dwight and they have two adult daughters, Serena Curry, a Federal Agent in the Department of Homeland Security (LA), Dr. Tiana Curry-McCoy, an Assistant Professor of Clinical Laboratory Sciences at Georgia Regents University, son-in-law Jeremy and granddaughter Lena (GA).