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11/28/2018 - College News

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.
11/28/2018 - Academics

On-Campus Research Project Builds Real-World Experience for Abby Keim ’19

Working as a research assistant alongside Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. Alefiya Albers, has proved to be beneficial for Abby Keim '19 in more ways than one.
11/16/2018 - Arts and Culture

From the Heart to the Hand - Artists Who Inspire

From the Heart to the Hand: Artists Who Inspire provides an overview of four former art professors who taught at Endicott College.
11/15/2018 - Van Loan School

Winter Intersession 2019—Earn Credit While on Holiday Break

Winter is coming, and with it comes holiday break. Why not earn some college credit between semesters?
11/15/2018 - Students

Zach DeNike ’20 Turned His Classroom into a Recording Studio—Here’s How He Did It

He designed his own major and with a whole lot of grit, an insane drive, and work ethic, DeNike was able to build his education around his passions.
11/09/2018 - College News

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.
11/03/2018 - Campus Happenings

Field Hockey Back on Top as Conference Champions

Endicott field hockey beats rival UNE to capture championship glory.
11/02/2018 - Academics

High School Students Explore Life Science Careers at Biotech Futures

On October 12, 80 Massachusetts high school students traveled to Endicott to participate in Biotech Futures, a college and career exploration event that exposes students to the educational opportunities and diverse fields of study in the life sciences.
11/01/2018 - Academics

Pushing the Curriculum Envelope

Data analysis meets liberal arts through the Davis Educational Foundation Grant as part of Endicott’s Digital Liberal Arts and Critical Inquiry Initiative
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