Endicott College’s engineering program may be new, but as the first cohort prepares to graduate, the program and its female faculty have already proven to be game changers for women in STEM.
Interior designer Hannah Oravec ’14 was named a winner of the 2022 New England Home Magazine “5 Under 40” prize, a prestigious award that has previously gone to some of the region’s most creative design and architecture professionals.
Renowned author and scholar Imani Perry stopped by Endicott to promote her New York Times bestselling new book, South to America: A Journey Below the Mason Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation.
The Endicott version of Shark Tank drew a mix of current students and alumni who showed up to pitch their business and vie to secure $10,000 in startup capital to further their plans.
From sage student speeches to the wisdom of Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh, Endicott’s 82nd Commencement was filled with messages of hope and perseverance in the face of adversity.
Associate Professor of History Elizabeth Matelski has been named the recipient of the inaugural Tadler Center Fellowship.
Doctoral student and Army veteran Michael Smith D’21 is identifying the barriers that inhibit veterans—specifically those pursuing their undergraduate degree—as they transition from military to civilian life.
When Ryan Curley ’23 signed up for the MTU-Angle Innovation Challenge, a 10-week international business competition, he didn’t realize he’d be tasked with such an unusual business problem. Or that he’d win for Best Technical Solution.
Endicott College and Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals Partner to Create a Pipeline for New Nurses
Endicott College and Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals have announced a new collaboration that will create an educational pipeline for new nurses while establishing a wellspring of crucial opportunities and initiatives for both institutions.
With multiple student-athletes who have left Endicott to play for professional or high-level recreational teams, the College has become known as a strong producer of quality rugby players, according to coaches Carly Baker and Charles Nastasi ’14 M’15.
Alumna Kimberly Pizzella Kiesling A’91 '22 is leveraging her past academic and professional experience to earn her bachelor's degree with the Van Loan School of Professional Studies, and to achieve a long time goal.
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Endicott Wins Fourth-Straight Women's CCC All-Sports Trophy
May 24, 2022
Endicott Wins Men's CCC All-Sports Trophy
May 24, 2022
NCAA TOURNAMENT: Endicott Captures Regional Championship Over Cortland, 7-5
May 22, 2022
NCAA TOURNAMENT: Gulls Force “If Necessary” Game In Cortland Regional Championship
May 22, 2022