10/31/2019 - Academics
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.
10/30/2019 - Press Releases
Today Endicott College announced the receipt of a $103,338 grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to host “The Salem Witch Trials: Their World and Legacy,” a three-week summer 2020 seminar for 16 middle and high school educators on the history, interpretations, and legacies of the renowned historical event. The grant, Endicott’s first from the NEH and second from the federal government, is part of $29 million awarded to 215 humanities projects across the country.
10/30/2019 - Internships and Careers
Kaitlyn Nadeau ’20, a bioengineering major, says her chemistry and biology courses—and their professors—were instrumental in teaching the laboratory basics she needed to excel in her internship at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command.
10/29/2019 - Students
If you are considering Endicott College for your undergraduate degree starting in 2020, chances are good that you have already scoped out our first-year student housing options online. We genuinely hope that you can join us on a tour or at an open house, but for those who have scheduling conflicts, or for people who just want the inside scoop, we’re ready to help you out.
10/22/2019 - Students
Molly Andrade '21 is a current Endicott College junior who is majoring in business management and political science while actively campaigning to be the next Miss America.
10/16/2019 - Internships and Careers
Today, we want to highlight two of student interns, Kaleigh Putnam '20, sport management, and Charles Barnard '20, also sport management, who are currently working for America East Conference under several bosses, including Marcus Bishop, assistant director, operations & championships.
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