If you were to choose to attend a large university, you would probably expect to sit anonymously in a big lecture hall in many of your courses. But in choosing Endicott College, you're opting for a different kind of educational experience - one with a more collaborative, close-knit learning community.
Ultimately, Endicott College is about people. Our students and faculty are well-rounded individuals who share a commitment to hard work and a passion for discovery. Our faculty are not only outstanding educators; they're also distinguished practitioners in their respective fields, and they consistently demonstrate genuine care and concern for our students' well-being and success. That's the kind of people we seek, and our size helps foster close student-instructor interaction. With a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:13, your instructors get to know you well and are in a position to advise and guide you on a consistent basis.
Your college education is a huge investment in your future. Shouldn't you expect your teachers to play an active role in your journey?
Bethany Nasser, Assistant Professor, NursingVideotape Caring Practice developed for RN recruitment and orientation, Massachusetts General Hospital
Cynthia Mitsakis, Associate Professor, NursingDr. Mitsakis was accepted to the distinguished Edmond J. Safra Visiting Nurse Faculty Program at the Parkinson’s Foundation. The highly prestigious Nurse Faculty Program improves Parkinson's disease nursing care by training faculty leaders across the U.S. to educate nursing students. As one of just 35 accepted faculty in 2018, Dr. Mitsakis joined an elite group of 228 alumni—Parkinson’s Foundation Nurse Scholars—who have completed the intensive training over the last nine years.
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingCertified Nurse Educator - CNE
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingCertified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse - CRRN
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingFellow National Academy of Practice - FNAP
Jessica Ochs, Associate Professor, NursingIn addition to publishing her doctoral degree research, Evaluating an Online Pedagogy for Teaching Transcultural Nursing, Dr. Ochs was an invited podium presenter at a regional healthcare-related conference on evidence-based practice. She also recently became certified as a nurse educator through the National League of Nursing.
Mark Kulakowski, Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities/Contest ManagementAt the conclusion of the 2020-21 academic year, Kulakowski was awarded the Class of 2021 Mingotide Yearbook Dedication award for his efforts in operating the COVID-19 Testing Center and the College`s COVID-19 strategic plan. The Class of 2021 Mingotide Yearbook Dedication is awarded to an individual or group for their hard work and dedication to the Endicott Community.
Nancy Meedzan, Dean, Cummings School of Nursing and Health Sciences2012 to present Certified Nurse Educator, National League of Nursing
Sara Quay, ProvostData Wise Coach Certification
Sara Quay, ProvostEnglish (grades 8-12) (Massachusetts) Certification
Enid Larsen, Assistant Dean, Prior Learning AssessmentCollaboration w/Comunidad de Madrid & Ministerio de Education, Madrid, Spain, 2010-present.
Paul Antonellis, Director Institutional Planning and AssessmentPaul has an extensive background in presenting at national and international conferences on “Curriculum map as an assessment tool” and other assessment topics (NEean Fall Forum, New England College Assessment Conference, IUPUI Assessment Conference, Drexel University, NECHE Annual meeting, University of Florida, Kansas State University, Academic Chairpersons Conference, Ohio Association for Intuitional Research and Planning Conference, Assessment Network of New York Annual Conference, AALHE Assessment conference, Virginia Assessment Group).
Brittany Potter, Associate Dean, Endicott Center for Teaching and LearningDoctoral Dissertation: Professional Advisor Practices for Student Identity Development
Bethany Nasser, Assistant Professor, Nursing2020: Poster Presentation at the Nursing Education Research Conference 2020. New Nurses` Experiences Caring for Patients & Their Families at the End-of-Life
Enid Larsen, Assistant Dean, Prior Learning AssessmentPresentation. “I Know More Than I Thought I Did”, CAEL Conference Round Table, November, 2019.
Lawrence Volk, Professor, PhotographyGroup Exhibition: "Transmutations", The Photographic Resource Center at Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, July, 2019.
Lawrence Volk, Professor, PhotographySolo Exhibition: "Visual Larder", Bromfield Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2019.
Sara Allen, Professor, CommunicationApril 2019: Panelist on discussion “Weird and Wonderful Ways to Publication” at the Stockholm Writers Festival.
Bethany Nasser, Assistant Professor, Nursing2018: Poster Presentation at the Institute for Palliative Care National Symposium
Myoung Joo Chun, Director of Interior Architecture ProgramsPresentation “Enhancing Student Learning in Interior Design through Technology”, Innovate Education Reimagined, 2018
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingMember of Endicott College Honor Society of Nursing
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingMember of Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society
Emily Smith, Associate Professor, NursingMember of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Sara Quay, ProvostMember, Deans for Impact, 2018-present
Susan Doheny, Adjunct FacultyCollege Arts Association - Session: Cacophony and the Matrices of Political Sublimation. Presentation title: The Imaginary Space of Film as Reinforcement and Resistance to Dominant Ideology
Susan Doheny, Adjunct FacultyThe Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College. Presentation title: Picturing the Invisible Realm of Philosophy
Susan Doheny, Adjunct FacultyThe Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College. Presentation title: A Fugitive`s Tale (in progress)
Cynthia Caruso, Professor, AccountingMember of Massachusetts Bar
Cynthia Caruso, Professor, AccountingMember of Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants and Academy of Legal Studies in Business
Gene Wong, Dean of the School of Science and TechnologyDr. Wong is one of the executive members of the National Office of Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society, which is now based out of Endicott College.
Steven Bruso, Assistant Professor, EnglishSteven Bruso. (2022, Forthcoming). Contesting Royal Power: The Ethics of Good Lordship, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and the March of Wales. in Evelyn Meyer and Melissa Ridley Elmes (Eds.) Arthurian Ethics, Boydell & Brewer.
Steven Bruso, Assistant Professor, EnglishSteven Bruso. (2022, Forthcoming). George R. R. Martin`s Muscular Medievalism: Masculinity, Violence, and Fantasy, Studies in Medievalism 32.
Charlotte Gordon, Distinguished Professor of HumanitiesGordon, C. (2022). Mary Shelley: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press.
Nancy Meedzan, Dean, Cummings School of Nursing and Health SciencesNicholas,P.K., Corless, I.B., Evans, L.A., Busisiwe P.N., Busisiwe R.B., Davis, S., Nokes, K.M., Demarco,R., Maryland,M., Meedzan, N.L., Moderi,L., Daw, C., Rugwizangoga,E., Benjenk, I.L., Zang, S. M., Krishnamurthi,S., & Driscoll, M.K. Peripheral neuropathy in HIV disease in South Africa. AIDS Research and Treatment.
Joy Dangora Erickson, Assistant Professor, EducationErickson, J.D. & Thompson, W. C. (2022). Engaging traits of reasonableness for civic and moral development: against an unchecked apprehension of indoctrination. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 54 (2), 210-222.
Joy Dangora Erickson, Assistant Professor, EducationErickson, J.D. (2022). Young children’s perceptions of a reading intervention: A longitudinal case study of motivation and engagement. Reading & Writing Quarterly.
Katharine Ogrady, Director of Student EngagementStango, K. (2022). Making Meaning Through Leadership: An Exploration Of College Men, Masculinity, And Motivation To Lead (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Vermont and State Agricultural College).
Krystal Demaine, Professor, Expressive TherapiesMochimaru, Y., & Demaine, K. (2022). Digital art therapy and social withdrawal in Japan. Creative Arts in Education and Therapy: Eastern and Western Perspectives, 8(1), 99-112.
Krystal Demaine, Professor, Expressive TherapiesDemaine, K. (2022) The Roots and Rhythm of the Heart: Our Musical Connection to Identity, Spirit, and Lineage, Krystal L. Demaine, ISBN: 979-8-9865128-3-9.
Anna McAlister, Faculty Department Lead and ProfessorMcAlister, A.R., & Kononova, A. (2022). Consumption of fruits, vegetables, and nuts can be increased when multitasking with screen devices. Health Communication, 37(2), 141-151, DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2020.1827527.