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September 15-17 Event at Endicott College Promotes Collaboration on Coding Solutions to Solve Problems Facing the World’s Oceans
For the second year in a row, Endicott College has been ranked as one of 20 institutions with stellar examples of internships/co-ops by U.S. News and World Report.
The Endicott College community is devastated to confirm that one of our students, Timothy Glendinning of Boxford, MA, was killed in an accident in the early hours of this morning on Route 128.
Van Loan School at Endicott College Holds First Separate Commencement Ceremony; First PhD Students to Graduate
The evening of Thursday, May 18th marks a special occasion and two firsts in the history of Endicott College. Starting at 6:00 p.m., the Van Loan School at Endicott for the first time will host a commencement ceremony exclusively for its adult education students who are graduating with associate’s, bachelors, master’s and doctoral degrees.
A feature-length documentary about the plight of cod fishermen in Gloucester, filmed by Endicott College professor Steve Liss, will air nationally on the Discovery Channel on Thursday, April 13, at 9pm EST.
On Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m., Salem native and motivational speaker Sean Stellato will speak in the Wax Academic Center Auditorium at Endicott College.
The Program Evaluation and Research Group (PERG) is celebrating its 40th anniversary at an event on March 28th at Endicott College. Founded in 1976 by two professors at Lesley College (now University) in Cambridge, MA, the group moved to Endicott in 2013.
Endicott College Director of Athletics Brian Wylie has announced plans to upgrade the Post Center Facility through an addition to the current building that will enhance the overall student-athlete experience, improve opportunities for the School of Sport Science and Fitness Studies, and modernize the MacDonald Gymnasium.
While LIGHThouse has been on campus since 2010, its popularity has continued to grow – mainly due to the annual LIGHThouse retreat. Held each fall at Camp Cody in Freedom, NH, the retreat is a three-day “escape” from campus where students remove themselves from all social media and electronics.
On Saturday, February 25th at 9:00 a.m., the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi will be holding their annual symposium at Endicott College's Ginger Judge Science Center.
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