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05/16/2024 - Academics

As Long-Term Gulls Retire, Their Reflections on Leaving the Nest

It’s not just students that fly the Nest—it’s staff and faculty that retire and leave Endicott for exciting next chapters. Before their retirement at the end of the spring 2024 semester, we sat down with four faculty and staff members to reflect upon their careers at the College.
05/01/2024 - Students

Buoyed by Esports and the Power of Music

At Endicott, graduating senior Noah Macallister ’24 experienced some ups and downs, but found his calling—Esports—and got a boost during the tough times through music.
05/01/2024 - Students

Have Endicott Degree, Will Travel

At Endicott, education major Carissa Szabo ’24 flourished as a future teacher—and a traveler. After pursuing several international experiences at the Nest, she’s now off to Turkey to launch her classroom career.
04/24/2024 - Students

This Jack of All Trades Has, in Fact, Mastered Some

Experiences as diverse as soccer and volunteering to studying abroad and interning with Windover Construction have all led Tiago Frazao ’24 to realize a passion for real estate development and international travel.
04/12/2024 - Academics

Stephanie Land at Endicott: ‘Your Story is Priceless’

In a moving talk sponsored by the Tadler Center for the Humanities, author Stephanie Land discussed her bestselling memoirs Maid and Class, which chronicle the experience of being poor in America.
04/12/2024 - Academics

Leveling the Playing Field for Academic Coaching

The Salice Family Academic Support Scholarship Fund is making it possible for Endicott students to access the Center for Academic Coaching—and their dreams.
03/28/2024 - Academics

A “Life-Changing” Gift to the Humanities

The Tadler Center for the Humanities recently received an anonymous $250,000 gift, which is helping Charlotte Gordon, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities and Tadler Center Director, to bring luminaries like Stephanie Land to campus while fortifying a place for the arts at Endicott.
03/21/2024 - Academics

Faculty Scholarship in the Spotlight at March 27 Seaside Symposium

Faculty will showcase their research and accomplishments at a March 27 Seaside Symposium, held at the Klebanoff Auditorium, and sponsored by Academic Affairs.
03/20/2024 - Students

‘I Was Taught to Make as Many Connections as You Can’

Computer science major Ramsey Martinez ’26 is known as Rambo around campus, and it’s his outgoing personality that’s already the key to his success.
03/19/2024 - Academics

Students Play Pivotal Role in Endicott-Hosted Internet Crimes Conference

Endicott students provided research and on-the-ground support for more than 100 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers who attended the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Conference at the Wylie Center & Tupper Manor from March 1 through 7.
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