International education at Endicott is growing, thanks to increased student interest in travel, key new hires, and strong global partnerships.
Close Community, Big Opportunities
Now that Endicott’s undergraduate success has bloomed into an increasingly respected reputation, the time has come for the College’s graduate programs to step into the spotlight they deserve.
As inaugural recipients of the North Star Collective Faculty Fellowship, Drs. Annabelle Estera and Adilia James have found galvanizing support in their writing endeavors, as well as in community building and finding a healthy work-life balance.
Untangling a Mingo Beach Myth
Professor Elizabeth Matelski is researching the real history of Mingo Beach’s namesake, Robin Mingo, and getting students involved along the way.
Graduates of the Interior Architecture program succeed thanks to a well-rounded, intense curriculum at the forefront of design education.
Building a Lasting Partnership
Hosting 17 Endicott interns in just two years, Female Fan Nation has established a strong relationship with the Internship & Career Center.
From Coast Guard to Homeland Security
Jeremy Gillis ’21 earned his bachelor’s degree at Endicott following his Coast Guard service, and now enjoys the challenges of the Homeland Security master’s program.
Having a (Pin)Ball in Computer Science
Learning how electronic components and software work together is a uniquely fun experience for students in CSC 280 Computer Architecture.
Endicott Strengthens Humanities with New Center
While some colleges are phasing out humanities programs, the opposite is happening at Endicott.
Teaching News Literacy for Today’s Complicated Information Ecosystem
The grant-funded News & Information Literacy Across the Curriculum initiative teaches students the critical thinking skills needed to effectively engage with and evaluate information.