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.
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.
From the Heart to the Hand: Artists Who Inspire provides an overview of four former art professors who taught at Endicott College.
Winter is coming, and with it comes holiday break. Why not earn some college credit between semesters?
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.
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.
Endicott field hockey beats rival UNE to capture championship glory.
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.
Data analysis meets liberal arts through the Davis Educational Foundation Grant as part of Endicott’s Digital Liberal Arts and Critical Inquiry Initiative
Interior design alumnae return to their alma mater for an exhibit featuring the iconic brand—and their employer—Knoll.
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