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02/27/2019

Sociology Professor’s Research Provides Valuable Answers About Veterinarian Diversity

Adilia James, an Endicott College assistant professor of sociology, has been researching the lack of veterinarian diversity. Her research provides a window into why this is happening.
02/27/2019

Jasmine Grace Inspired through Sharing her Story of Triumph with Students and Community Members

Grace shared how she is spreading hope to those affected by domestic sex trafficking, homelessness, domestic violence, and addiction.
02/26/2019

Internship, Co-op, & Career Fair Set to Provide Networking & Employment Opportunities

Networking event hosts 85+ employers and aims to offer internship and employment connections to students.
02/25/2019

Tupper Manor to Host 11th Annual Wedding Open House

Enjoy an afternoon of meeting the North Shore’s finest wedding professionals on Endicott College’s scenic oceanfront campus.
02/22/2019

Student Startup Living Proof of Endicott’s Entrepreneurial Spirit

Backed by Endicott’s entrepreneurial spirit, CropShop co-founders, AJ Marcinek’19 and Cam Bleck ’19, turned an idea into a thriving startup.
02/22/2019

How to Succeed in Washington D.C., from an Endicott Political Science Alumnus

Garrett Puckett ’18 is realizing his dream of working in Washington D.C., at the center of U.S. politics.
02/20/2019

Stories from Soundings: Destiny Strikes for International Soccer Student

Dario Neukom '18 began his undergraduate business degree at The College of International Studies Madrid before using the partnership with Endicott to finish his studies and build his resume through internships while winning a soccer championship for the Gulls.
02/20/2019

Experiential Learning Paves the Way for a Career in Hospitality Management

School of Hospitality students have the unique opportunity of practicing and perfecting their craft at establishments like La Chanterelle, a non-traditional classroom that offers an upscale dining experience to the community.
02/19/2019

In-Depth Clinical Experience Leads to Career at Vanderbilt Medical Center

The use of Clinical Simulation is one of many hands-on strategies nursing students use to enhance clinical judgement and handling real-life situations.
02/11/2019

“Why Prison Gangs Dominate Life in California's Prisons,” a Lecture with David Skarbek

Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Political Theory Project at Brown University, David Skarbek, will visit Endicott College on February 25 for a lecture.