20 Questions with Juan Carlos Morales
New design professor Juan Carlos Morales wants to push Endicott students out of their comfort zones while also taking some creative risks himself.
By: Sarah Sweeney
Photo: David Le
Photo: David Le
Articles making waves.
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.
50 Years of School Spirit
On the eve of their 50th reunion, Class of 1972 alumnae reminisce about life at Endicott and giving back through the Big Giving Day Challenge.
A Bamboo Refuge
For Laura Ella Kocourek ’07, a 2005 study abroad trip to Prague kicked off an international adventure and forged a pathway to housing Ukrainian refugees displaced from the war.
With help from the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, Casey Arnold ’14 launched a startup to give people their caffeine jolt—the New England way.
Cycling, Squats, and Endicott
Wellness entrepreneurs Emily Skoniecki ’04 and Julianna Curtis ’08 have a lock on the North Shore’s spin and barre circuit.
Part of the Team
Since graduating from Endicott, Hannah Merritt ’20 M’21, Brittany Kane ’11, and Mariana Pabon ’18 have found career success at national sports organizations.
A Work In Progress
A revamped, renamed Interfaith Chapel is on the way, with even more programming and events to follow.