Malden Hospital Alumni
The Malden Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association (MHSNAA) remains strong and active after joining the Endicott alumni community in 1989.
The dedicated members of the MHSNAA have stayed connected to Endicott and our nursing programs, and they come back to campus each year to hold their annual meeting. Malden Hospital alumni have kindly established an endowed scholarship fund at Endicott College to support both undergraduate and graduate nursing students. The members' commitment to nursing education is demonstrated through their continued support of this MHSNAA Scholarship, which is awarded annually to two deserving Endicott College nursing students.
Support the Malden Hospital Scholarship
If you are interested in learning more about supporting the scholarship fund, attending events, or connecting with fellow alumni, please contact Chrissy Dahlheimer, Senior Director of Multi-Channel Giving and Donor Relations or call 978-232-2906.
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You may know the hit HBO show ‘Succession’, which will air its final season starting on Sunday. Maeve Kelly ’19 has been part of the action as the show’s set decoration production assistant, working on the fourth season and eventually breaking down the final set. “I was nervous that I would feel like a fish out of water, but I really didn’t because they use plans and draft the same way that we were taught at Endicott,” said Kelly. “All of the ways that our projects were structured in school have helped me navigate similar things in TV.” Read more at the ➡️ link in bio #Alumni #Succession #HBO #SetDesign #Gulls #ThisisEndicott
This January, Aubry Threlkeld was named the inaugural Myrt Harper Rose ’56 Dean of the School of Education. As the first Myrt Harper Rose ’56 Dean, Threlkeld is committed to developing educators and leaders who demonstrate humility, compassion, and respect; engage in experiential and lifelong learning; implement evidence-based and culturally relevant practices; and disrupt injustice wherever it exists. “Being named the inaugural Myrt Harper Rose ’56 Dean of Education is fitting because we both made our own ways in the world—and I want anyone who loves education to feel free enough to be that way,” said Threlkeld. Read more at the ➡️ link in bio #Dean #Faculty #SchoolofEducation #ThisisEndicott
Tuscan Village, located in Salem, N.H., is a sprawling open-air marketplace with stores such as L.L. Bean, Williams-Sonoma, and Nike. The area even has office space, homes, condos, and apartments. Kenny Sturgess ’17 M’18 is part of the team working on the complex, as a senior associate where he’s focused on the development, leasing, and financial side of the location. “Real estate is one of those things you can see and feel and touch what you’ve done. Thirty years from now, I’ll be with my kids and family and say, ‘Hey, that was the first thing I ever worked on,’” said Sturgess. Read more at the ➡️ link in bio #Alumni #NewHampshire #Gulls #ThisisEndicott
In honor of Women’s History Month, almost 200 women from the Endicott community were nominated for being a Women of Impact, recognized by others due to their leadership, influence, and impact on those around them. These 10 are just a few handful of those who have made a difference at Endicott College and beyond. We invite you to join us for the Women of Impact Ceremony on Wednesday, March 29 at 4:45 p.m. in Lower Callahan where we will unveil the portraits of the Women of Impact. #WomenofImpact #WomensHistoryMonth #Gulls #ThisisEndicott