There are many things we’re proud of here at Endicott – and the community of employees and faculty that we’ve built is most certainly high on the list. So it was such a wonderful pleasure to see our inclusion once again on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of Great Colleges to Work For 2012.
We’re proud of the fact that environmental responsibility has long been a priority here at Endicott, but are especially pleased to have been commended for our efforts this year in the Princeton Review’s “Guide to 322 Green Colleges.”
In total, Endicott students, faculty, and staff contributed over 19,000 hours of Community Service at non-profits locally, nationally and internationally. 1,376 students and 77 staff/faculty volunteered their time to many local organizations such as the Open Door Food Pantry, North East ARC, Beverly Bootstraps and the Girdler House.
We are happy to announce that Emily Dyer, MA in Interior Design 2012, was awarded the ASID Foundation’s Joel Polsky Academic Achievement Award for her MA Thesis, “Dwelling in The Home: Designing for Mindfulness, Connection and Well-being.”
On May 19, 2012, Endicott held its 72nd Commencement on a beautiful, sunny day on our athletic field. With 750… read more
This Saturday, Endicott will hold its 72nd Commencement at 10:30am. We’re expecting gorgeous weather and will be setting up for the largest gathering we’ve seen at our Stadium.
We’re constantly amazed by the amount of volunteer work that goes on around campus and in the community, both among students and faculty/staff. To help recognize participants for their efforts and passion, we created a new event this year: the E.C.O. (Endicott Club & Organization) Awards. Organized and hosted by Endicott College Student Activities (ECSA), the April 11 evening event allowed us to turn the spotlight on those who work hard to plan events, offer support, and enhance our community. Please join us in congratulating all of the nominees and winners!
On April 28th, The Institute for Behavioral Studies at Endicott College is hosting “The Autism Puzzle: A Conference for Parents,” which aims to lessen challenges for parents with autistic children by increasing knowledge of ASD and discussing options for effective treatment, teaching strategies, and techniques for building leisure time activities.
See what milestones are recently been achieved by our active faculty – and as always, you can visit our Faculty Accomplishments webpage for additional, regularly-updated listings.
For twenty three Endicott College graduate students, spring break meant more class, not less. Through a partnership with IPADE (Panamericano… read more