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03/29/2023 - Students

Their Biggest Fans: Endicott Students Coach Special Olympics Basketball Team

A new Endicott program offers student volunteers the opportunity to train young athletes in a local Special Olympics basketball league.
03/27/2023 - Students

Keeping the Ball Rolling

Members of the men’s soccer program are not only finding success on the field at home but on their study abroad sojourns, too.
03/22/2023 - Arts and Culture

Design Like a Girl

In a collaboration with her interior architecture students, professor Sarah Bischoff penned a new book that introduces young readers to the history of women in design.
03/20/2023 - Students

Endicott’s Accelerated Nursing Program Helps Address Nursing Shortage

Students in Endicott’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program have an opportunity to become a nurse within 16 months and make an immediate impact in healthcare.
03/16/2023 - Alumni

With Tuscan Village, This Endicott Alum is Building a City within a City

With the construction of Tuscan Village, Kenny Sturgess ’17 M’18 is working to make Salem, N.H., a year-round destination for New Englanders to work, live, and play.
03/16/2023 - Students

‘I’ve Always Wanted to Be an Interior Designer’

Backed by plenty of design experience already, Jalessi Aviles ’25 is poised for success.
03/16/2023 - Arts and Culture

Finding Success on ‘Succession’

After graduating from Endicott’s interior architecture program, Maeve Kelly ’19 is applying her expertise in the television industry.
03/08/2023 - Faculty and Staff

Life 101: How to Be a Good Listener

Listening is more than just not talking while someone else speaks—it’s a way to demonstrate both interest and respect in another person’s lived experience.
03/07/2023 - Alumni

What Do Healthy Relationships Look Like? That Question is this Alumna’s Job

Mya Kermelewicz ’21 M’22 is teaching young people how to navigate the complex world of romantic relationships, including intimate partner violence.
03/03/2023 - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging

Brandi Johnson is Just Getting Started

This year, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Brandi Johnson got married, opened the new Center for Belonging, and that’s only the beginning.
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