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.
Along with his exhibit, which has been on display in the Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery, artist-in-residence Caleb Neelon started his site specific installation Monday, February 27th, which will awaken the walls of the Center for the Arts lobby. With his expertise, Caleb will collaborate with Endicott College art students in assembling a wooden, quilt-like, montage. This project will extend to March 6th when we welcome students, community members, faculty and staff to witness the artwork pieced together by a savant of imagery and color conception.
By Avi Aronson Visual and Performing Arts student Avi Aronson will be bringing us regular updates from the Center for… read more
After serving Endicott well over the last 50 years, we are saying goodbye to the West Classroom Building (formerly the Art Center). It was turned over to Windover Construction yesterday, who will begin dismantling the building to make way for a new chapter in Endicott’s story, the new building for Life Science and Business. When completed in summer of 2013 this new structure will usher a new era for the College. With 67,000 square feet of space to be used for business, computer science, math, and life sciences, the School of Business will have state-of-the-art classrooms, seminar rooms, team-building rooms, research facilities, and offices.