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The Executive Board of the Endicott College Faculty Association stands in solidarity with our Black students, fellow faculty, staff, and community against racism and the perpetuation of racial injustice in American society.
Endicott College announces Beth M. Schwartz, Ph.D., as the new Provost and Professor of Psychology.
Endicott College’s Angle Center for Entrepreneurship and The Spark Collective announce North Shore Women’s Inventure 2020, to take place on Saturday, February 29, from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the College.
Endicott College’s Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, directed by Deirdre Sartorelli (pictured), and the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA) just announced the publication of an e-book entitled Launching Your Place-Based Neighborhood Entrepreneurship Center.
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.
Endicott College continues to place high in recognition among peer institutions and education industry leaders, according to the 2020 “Best Colleges Rankings” released on Monday, September 9, by U.S. News & World Report.
Misselwood Estate at Endicott College, recently named “Best Coastal Wedding Venue” in Boston magazine, will host a wedding show on August 14.
For one highly-anticipated weekend each year, Endicott College’s Misselwood Estate becomes New England’s classic car hub.
Kerry (Taylor) MacDonald, recipient of Endicott's 2019 Eleanor Tupper Award, and Alisa (Kriekis) de Gaspe Beaubien, recipient of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Award, will be honored at Endicott's upcoming Alumni Reunion Weekend.
Endicott College and Beverly Main Streets are pleased to announce that Beverly artist Brian Murphy will be the Arts Fest 2019 featured artist. Murphy is a multi-disciplinary artist whose creative output includes sculpture, mixed media, furniture and painting.
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