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06/21/2019

Building a Career in Advocacy to Strengthen the LGBTQ+ Community

Van Loan School at Endicott College alumna, Bianca Robinson M’18, pursued her MBA so that she could build a career in an area she truly cares about, LGBTQ+ rights.
04/11/2019

Endicott Announces 2019 Commencement Keynote Speakers

Keynote speakers for Endicott College’s 2019 Commencement ceremonies will be Emmy Award-Winning Morning Anchor of NBC10 Boston & Host of This Is New England, Latoyia Edwards, and Entrepreneur & CEO of HALO, Garold Miller.
03/27/2019

Endicott College Names New President, Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo

Endicott College announced that its seventh president will be Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D., a higher education leader with a track record of transformative success at multiple U.S. colleges and universities.
03/20/2019

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Student, Olivia Odermatt '19

Two-time softball captain, Olivia Odermatt ’19, displays leadership characteristics both on-and-off the field.
02/28/2019

Endicott’s Third Annual Random Acts of Kindness Week Aims to Make Kindness the Norm

Random Acts of Kindness Week was a success with more than 75 students volunteering for a variety of projects that inspired others to be kind and give back to their communities.
02/04/2019

Relay for Life Preparations Underway on #WorldCancerDay

More than 450 students and community members occupied the Post Center to take part in Endicott College’s 14th annual Relay for Life event in March 2018, raising $48,958 for cancer research.
02/01/2019

Chair of Visual Communications Teaches ‘Artful Awareness’ in Kuwait City

Endicott's Chair of Visual Communications, David Grey, recently traveled to Kuwait City to lend his expertise during a "Disruptive Design" conference.
01/25/2019

Endicott’s 10 Years of Growth

To say we've grown in 10 years would be an understatement. See how much growth we've experienced over the course of the last decade.
11/28/2018

Key Findings from Jeremiah Program Non-Residential Student-Parent Support Expansion in Boston

A new study by the Program Evaluation & Research Group (PERG), funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, reports on adaptations and implications of the shift to a non-residential approach in Jeremiah Program Boston, an anti-poverty organization serving low-income college-going single mothers and their children.
11/09/2018

Recognizing the Value of our Veterans

Recognizing and supporting the men and women who dedicate their talents, careers, and lives in the service of others is a top priority for Endicott.
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