Just down Hale Street from the undergraduate College, Endicott’s Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies has been quite busy with new programs, new campuses, and some fantastic student accomplishments. Take a look at some of the exciting news coming out of GPS!
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 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.
For twenty three Endicott College graduate students, spring break meant more class, not less. Through a partnership with IPADE (Panamericano… read more
Two days ago, Endicott made an exciting announcement – regarding a goal that many people have been working hard to… read more
Endicott’s Van Loan School will host an informal panel of Graduate School Alumni next Tuesday, November 8 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Courtyard Café of the Wax Center. All students are invited to attend and pizza will be served.
The summer issue (Volume 8, No. 3) of the journal for the Association for Science in Autism Treatment features an article from Dr. Thomas Zane, Professor of Education and Director of the Applied Behavior Analysis Online Program at The Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies Institute for Behavioral Studies. The article, “Apophenia: One Explanation for the Adoption of Fad Treatments in Autism,” discusses the possibility that a variety of new Autism treatments may be related to apophenia, the identification of meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data.