This weekend at Homecoming, Dr. Wylie led the dedication of our new Science and Business building, now home to the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business, the Ginger ’51 Judge Science Center, and the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship.
Meet Erika Walburg, a Digital Journalism major with a minor in Political Science. She’s getting ready to head into her sophomore year and will graduate as part of the Class of 2016. Today she’ll introduce us to her Endicott-focused blog and provide a few examples of what she covers. She has some great ideas for what to do in the Beverly areas surrounding our campus!
We sat down with James Daley, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Amanda Finnegan, Administrative Assistant to the School of Business, and Dr. Mark Herlihy, Associate Dean of Arts & Sciences, to talk about all things Boston Marathon 2013. We are so proud of their accomplishments and are very much looking forward to doing it again next year!
Earlier this month, Endicott was part of The International Robotic Sailing Competition, or SailBot 2013, an innovative event held annually… read more
Since the Keys to Degrees program started at Endicott in 1992, it has been a source of pride for us. As this model continues to grow and gain notice with higher education groups, we’ve begun working with other universities to set up similar programs and expand opportunities for single parents. We just announced some very exciting news on this front – Keys to Degrees has received a grant for $700,000 to replicate its program at Dillard University in New Orleans!
Since our first graduation ceremony in 1941, Endicott has welcomed over 21,000 Gulls to our family of alumni. Tomorrow at… read more
Congratulations to Endicott’s DECA team, who participated in the International Career Development Conference last month in Anaheim, CA and came… read more
Endicott’s Brendan Cronin, Operations Manager and Assistant Professor in the Hospitality Management program, is known on campus for not only his culinary abilities, but his enthusiasm for teaching the finer points of hospitality and restaurant services.
Brendan also recently released his first book – half memoir, half cookbook, Cheffin’: From Potatoes to Caviar takes readers on a journey through Chef Cronin’s life, beginning in Ireland and roaming through kitchens worldwide.
Student Emily Pineau is the first to appear in Ibbetson Street Press’ Young Poet Series.
Last week, we launched another thoughtful exhibit in the Halle Library Archive & Museum Gallery. Curated by Archives Director Barbara Broudo, with assistance from Office of Sustainability Director Sarah Creighton, Endicott Goes Green looks at how the College operates in an environmentally responsible manner and what steps we take to incorporate sustainability into our students’ academic and residential experience.