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Inaugural Virtual Summer Institute a Runaway Success

Each summer our Endicott College faculty and staff take part in professional development. This year, the Summer Institute went virtual.

Collaborative Research on Mental Health During a Pandemic

Professors Sarah McMahon and Aubry Threlkeld, and doctoral student Maureen McLaughlin, worked on a pivotal issue during the COVID-19 pandemic: mental health.

“Business as Usual” for the Halle Library

While the shift to remote learning due to COVID-19 presented a learning curve for some, the Diane M. Halle was well-prepared after years of practice.

Endicott Students Dominate Boston Press Photographers Association Contest

Four Endicott College students took home awards in five out of the six total categories at the annual Boston Press Photographers Association (BPPA) Annual College Contest.

Student Teacher Initiative Proves to be a Success During COVID-19

With Massachusetts schools closed, School of Education student teachers volunteer to help the children of Endicott faculty and staff during the pandemic.

How to Finish the Academic Year Strong

As you prepare for the final week of the semester, we hope you know that all of us who work at Endicott College are here to support you.

What to Expect at our 2020 Academic Focus Days

Academic Focus Days is a multi-day event in February that gives senior applicants and their families the opportunity to explore their academic options at the College.

Endicott College School of Nursing 2019 Year-in-Review

Let’s take a moment to look back on the 2019 milestones and memories from the Endicott College School of Nursing.

2019: A Technology-Forward Year for the School of Arts & Sciences

Under the guidance and leadership of Dean, School of Arts & Sciences, Gene Wong, Associate Professor, Computer Science, Henry Feild and Professor, Biology, Joyce Shaw added and invented new technology.

Bringing Salem Witch Trials to Educators with NEH Grant

Endicott College has secured a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to host a three-week summer 2020 seminar for educators on the Salem witch trials.
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