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M.Ed. in Athletic Administration Program Introduces Faculty for Fall Courses

The Van Loan School at Endicott College announces the addition of seven new adjunct faculty members to its M.Ed. in Athletic Administration program.

Endicott College Singers Named Sing That Thing! Champion in the College Category

After six weeks of competition, the Endicott Singers were named the winner of the ‘College’ category on the May 19th Season 3 finale of WGBH’s Sing That Thing!.

Gulls Fly South (Africa) For The Winter To Serve

Three student-athletes spend the 2017 Winter Intersession in Cape Town, South Africa as part of the two-week-long Endicott College Intercultural Nursing trip and have the experience of a lifetime.

Meghan Parks

Meghan Parks, a senior enrolled in the Physical Education Teacher Licensure Program, has been selected by MAHPERD (Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) as a recipient of one of the five 2016 MAHPERD Outstanding Future Professional awards. These students have demonstrated dedication to the Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance profession and have made significant contributions to their college and community. These outstanding students will be recognized Sunday, April 10th, at the MAHPERD annual awards banquet.

​ENDICOTT COLLEGE ANNOUNCES "E-Cubed! Endicott College’s Expo for Entrepreneurs”

Please join us on March 9th, Wednesday, at 4:00 pm in the atrium of the Gerrish/Judge Building (LSB).

Baroness Campbell

The School of Sport Science congratulates Baroness Sue Campbell on her appointment as head of Women’s Football at The Football Association. Baroness Sue Campbell earned her honorary doctorate at Endicott College and was the commencement speaker at the 71st commencement in 2011.

3rd Annual Professional Sports Alumni Panel

3rd Annual Professional Sports Alumni Panel, co sponsored by the Sport Management Club and Endicott College Career Center.

Beverly nonprofit receives major Cummings Foundation grant

Endicott College has been selected as one of 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s “$100K for 100” program.

Girls Active Camp

Six Endicott School of Sport Science students spent a week in England this spring to volunteer as peer mentors at the Youth Sport Trust Inclusive Futures Camp and Girls Active Camp held at Loughborough University. The School of Sport Science has worked in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust for a number of years whose mission is to build a brighter future for young people through high quality physical education and sport.


On March 28th and 29th the Sport Management Club represented Endicott College at the 2015 Shooting Touch Spring Sports Conference on The Business of Sports hosted at Babson College.
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